David E. Womble

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Dense linear systems of equations are quite common in science and engineering, arising in boundary element methods, least squares problems and other settings. Massively parallel computers will be necessary to solve the large systems required by scientists and engineers, and scalable parallel algorithms for the linear algebra applications must be devised for(More)
This paper describes three applications of the boundary element method and their implementations on the Intel Paragon supercomputer. Each of these applications sustains over 99 Gflops/s based on wall-clock time for the <i>entire</i> application and an actual count of flops executed; one application sustains over 140 Gflops/s! Each application accepts the(More)