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- Christophe Cérin, Michel Koskas, Hazem Fkaier, Mohamed Jemni
- 16th Symposium on Computer Architecture and High…
- 2004

The aim of the paper is to introduce techniques in order to optimize the parallel execution time of sorting on heterogeneous platforms (processors speeds are related by a constant factor). We develop a constant time technique for mastering processor load balancing and execution time in an heterogeneous environment. We develop an analytical model for the… (More)

- Christophe Cérin, Michel Koskas, Hazem Fkaier, Mohamed Jemni
- Future Generation Comp. Syst.
- 2006

The aim of the paper is to introduce techniques in order to tune sequential in-core sorting algorithms in the frameworks of two applications. The first application is parallel sorting when the processor speeds are not identical in the parallel system. The second application is the Zeta-Data Project (Koskas , 2003) whose aim is to develop novel algorithms… (More)

- Christophe Cérin, Hazem Fkaier, Mohamed Jemni
- CCGRID
- 2003

The paper considers the problem of parallel external sorting in the context of a form of heterogeneous clusters. We introduce two algorithms and we compare them to another one that we have previously developed. Since most common sort algorithms assume high-speed random access to all intermediate memory, they are unsuitable if the values to be sorted don’t… (More)

- Christophe Cérin, Hazem Fkaier, Mohamed Jemni
- 2008 14th IEEE International Conference on…
- 2008

In this paper, we compare four libraries for efficiently running threads when the performance of a CPU cores are degraded. First, we are interested by 'brute performance' of the libraries when all the CPU resources are available and second, we would like to measure how the scheduling strategy impacts also the memory management in order to revisit, in the… (More)

This paper deals with the problem of broadcasting for cluster of clusters. The construction of partial minimum spanning trees being NP-complete, several heuristic algorithms have been already formulated. Many of these heuristics (like the heuristic of Kruskal) use the shortest path to connect the components of the tree. They are not relevant in case of… (More)

- Dominique Bernardi, Christophe Cérin, Hazem Fkaier, Mohamed Jemni, Michel Koskas
- 2006 15th IEEE International Conference on High…
- 2006

We study, in this work, the load balancing of sort algorithm executed on a two cluster grid. Our solution is based on data partitioning. We use mainly geometrical interpretations to find out the optimal partition that reduces both communication and computing times in an heterogeneous context

- Christophe Cérin, Hazem Fkaier, Mohamed Jemni
- IPDPS
- 2003

Hardware performance counters are available on most modern microprocessors. These counters are implemented as a small set of registers that count events related to the processor’s functions. The Perfctr toolkit is one of the most popular toolkits (for x86 processors) for monitoring these events. In this paper, it is used to discover the impact of L1 data… (More)

This paper deals with the problem of broadcasting for cluster of clusters. The construction of partial minimum spanning trees being NP-complete, several heuristic algorithms have been already formulated. Many of these heuristics (like the heuristic of Kruskal) use the shortest path to connect the components of the tree. They are not relevant in case of… (More)

- Christophe Cérin, Olivier Cozette, Gil Utard, Hazem Fkaier, Mohamed Jemni
- IJHPCN
- 2005

The paper addresses two problems. We investigate the problem of parallel external sorting in the context of a form of heterogeneous clusters then we investigate the impact of efficient disk remote accesses on the performance of external sorting. We explore three techniques to show how they can be deployed for clusters with proportional processor… (More)

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