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Fuhrer, 2014: Using compiler directives to port large scientific applications to GPUs: An example from atmospheric science.
Originally formed as an application programming interface (API) in 1997, OpenMP is a platform-independent set of compiler directives that supports Fortran, C, and C++.
Now, its support of OpenMP will also allow code developers to use a standard set of compiler directives providing easy portability to other vendor systems.
Compiler directives are provided for specifying register alignment state, structure base address alignment, and likely flow paths at branch points.