Andrzej Jordan

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The speculative method is intended to conduct transient states analysis in electrical circuits in which the transient state is described by a system of ordinary differential equations (ODE), linear or non-linear. A general idea of this method is based on the decomposition of the time domain. Computations in subintervals of time are conducted in parallel(More)
This paper presents a visualization technique based on the OpenGL graphic standard of the parallel simulations of the electromagnetic field propagation. Such simulations are based on the parallel implementation of the Finite Differences Time Domain method. The algorithm is implemented in a homogeneous cluster system and uses the :stripe" decomposition of(More)
This paper presents the results of an example of a single-criterion problem which can be a link to a bigger decision making chain. Load balancing is the key issue for high performance of a parallel implementation of the problem. Due to its importance, load balancing is a wellstudied problem in parallel and distributed systems in general. We would like to(More)