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MPI: The Complete Reference
TLDR
MPI: The Complete Reference is an annotated manual for the latest 1.1 version of the standard that illuminates the more advanced and subtle features of MPI and covers such advanced issues in parallel computing and programming as true portability, deadlock, high-performance message passing, and libraries for distributed and parallel computing.
ScaLAPACK: a scalable linear algebra library for distributed memory concurrent computers
The authors describe ScaLAPACK, a distributed memory version of the LAPACK software package for dense and banded matrix computations. Key design features are the use of distributed versions of the
Design and Implementation of the ScaLAPACK LU, QR, and Cholesky Factorization Routines
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The details of the implementation of the ScaLAPACK factorization routines, as well as performance and scalability results on the Intel iPSC/860, Intel Touchstone Delta, and Intel Paragon System are presented.
A Proposal for a Set of Parallel Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms
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The PBLAS are targeted at distributed vector-vector, matrixvector and matrix-matrix operations with the aim of simplifying the parallelization of linear algebra codes, especially when implemented on top of the sequential BLAS.
ScaLAPACK: A Portable Linear Algebra Library for Distributed Memory Computers - Design Issues and Performance
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The content and performance of ScaLAPACK, a collection of mathematical software for linear algebra computations on distributed memory computers, are outlined and alternative approaches to mathematical libraries are suggested, explaining how Sca LAPACK could be integrated into efficient and user-friendly distributed systems.
UDDIe: an extended registry for Web services
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UDDIe is implemented -an extension to UDDI, which supports the notion of "blue pages", to record user defined properties associated with a service - and to enable discovery of services based on these.
A message passing standard for MPP and workstations
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Commercial and free, public-domain implementations of MPI have been available since 1994 and are under development, running on both tightly coupled, massively parallel processing (MPP) machines and on networks of workstations (NOWs).
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