Arun Kumar Singla

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One approach for building the next generation of parallel computers is based on large aggregates of multiproces-sor chips with support for hardware multithreading. An initial design for IBM's Blue Gene/C project exemplifies this approach. Such a machine might consist of a million processors , and is characterized by a low memory-to-processor ratio. To study(More)
PetaFLOPS-class computers, based on the current or foreseeable CMOS generation, appear to be feasible in the near future. An emulator for a petaFLOPS-class programming environment is necessary to facilitate offline development and debugging of applications, and exploration of programming models. Such an emulator must be able to run on large traditional(More)
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