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Open MPI: Goals, Concept, and Design of a Next Generation MPI Implementation
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Open MPI is an all-new, production-quality MPI-2 implementation that is fundamentally centered around component concepts. Expand
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FT-MPI: Fault Tolerant MPI, Supporting Dynamic Applications in a Dynamic World
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We present a new implementation of MPI called FT-MPI that allows the semantics and associated failure modes to be completely controlled by the application. Expand
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Acidic amino acid binding sites in mammalian neuronal membranes: their characteristics and relationship to synaptic receptors
This review summarizes studies designed to label and characterize mammalian synaptic receptors for glutamate, aspartate and related acidic amino acids using in vitro ligand binding techniques. TheExpand
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Automatically Tuned Collective Communications
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The performance of the MPI's collective communications is critical in most MPI-based applications. Expand
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Fault tolerant high performance computing by a coding approach
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This paper explores the use of the floating-point arithmetic coding approach to build fault survivable high performance computing applications so that they can adapt to node failures without aborting themselves. Expand
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HARNESS and fault tolerant MPI
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We present a new implementation of MPI called fault tolerant MPI that allows the semantics and associated modes of failures to be explicitly controlled by an application via a modified MPI API. Expand
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Building and Using a Fault-Tolerant MPI Implementation
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In this paper we discuss the design and use of a fault-tolerant MPI (FT-MPI) that handles process failures in a way beyond that of the original MPI static process model. Expand
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Implementation and Usage of the PERUSE-Interface in Open MPI
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We extend the tracing library of the Paraver-toolkit to support tracing Peruse-events and show how this helps detecting performance bottlenecks. Expand
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The Internet Backplane Protocol: a study in resource sharing
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We present the Internet Backplane Protocol (IBP), a middleware created to allow the sharing of storage resources, implemented as part of the network fabric. Expand
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