Huoping Chen

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The development of efficient parallel algorithms for large scale wildfire simulations is a challenging research problem because the factors that determine wildfire behavior are complex. These factors make static parallel algorithms inefficient, especially when large number of processors is used because we cannot predict accurately the propagation of the(More)
Large-scale distributed applications are highly adaptive and heterogeneous in terms of their computational requirements. The computational complexity associated with each computational region or domain varies continuously and dramatically both in space and time throughout the whole life cycle of the application execution. Consequently, static scheduling(More)