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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Many scientists have contributed to the ideas and concepts behind these speci cations. They are too many to mention here, but we would like to cite the contributions of David E. Culler, Kathy Yelick, Eugene Brooks, and Karen Warren, who have contributed to the initial UPC language concepts and speci cations. We also would like to acknowledge the role of the participants in the rst UPC workshop, held in May 2000 in Bowie, Maryland, in which the speci cations of this version were discussed. In particular, we would like to acknowledge the support and participation of Compaq, Cray, HP, Sun, and CSC. We would like also to acknowledge the abundant input of Kevin Harris and Sebastien Chauvin and the efforts of Lauren Smith. The work by Brian Wibecan and Greg Fischer was invaluable in bringing these speci cations to version 1.0. Version 1.1 is the result of the contributions of many in the UPC community: most important, participants in the second UPC workshop held in March 2002 in Washington, DC. In addition to the continued support of all
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