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MPI: The Complete Reference
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.
MPI - The Complete Reference: Volume 1, The MPI Core
Accepted for publication
This research aims to provide wireless and distributed systems with the capability of self-monitoring, self-reconfiguration, and self-optimization at the presence of varying wireless link-quality.
Exploiting the Performance of 32 bit Floating Point Arithmetic in Obtaining 64 bit Accuracy (Revisiting Iterative Refinement for Linear Systems)
- J. Langou, P. Luszczek, J. Kurzak, A. Buttari, J. Dongarra
- Computer ScienceACM/IEEE SC Conference (SC'06)
- 11 November 2006
The motivation for this paper is to exploit single precision operations whenever possible and resort to double precision at critical stages while attempting to provide the full double precision results.
HeNCE: graphical development tools for network-based concurrent computing
- A. Beguelin, J. Dongarra, V. Sunderam
- Computer ScienceProceedings Scalable High Performance Computing…
- 26 April 1992
The purpose and use of the HeNCE software is described, which provides a graphical interface for creating, compiling, executing, and debugging parallel programs, as well as configuring a distributed virtual computer (using PVM).
An Introduction to the MPI Standard
The Message Passing Interface is a portable message-passing standard that facilitates the development of parallel applications and libraries and forms a possible target for compilers of languages such as High Performance Fortran.
PVM: Experiences, current status and future direction
- A. Beguelin, J. Dongarra, A. Geist, R. Manchek, S. Otto, J. Walpole
- Computer ScienceSupercomputing '93. Proceedings
- 19 November 1993
The computing requirements of many current and future applications, ranging from scientific computational problems in the material and physical sciences, to simulation, engineering design, and…
Exploring New Architectures in Accelerating CFD for Air Force Applications
- J. Dongarra, G. Peterson, S. Tomov, J. Allred, V. Natoli, D. Richie
- Computer ScienceDoD HPCMP Users Group Conference
- 14 July 2008
This paper addresses some main issues in this transition of multi/many-core microprocessor design trends and presents ideas on using the new architectures to accelerate CFD applications that are of interest to the air force.
Recent Advances in the Message Passing Interface - 17th European MPI Users' Group Meeting, EuroMPI 2010, Stuttgart, Germany, September 12-15, 2010. Proceedings
- Yiannis Cotronis, Anthony Danalis, Dimitrios S. Nikolopoulos, J. Dongarra
- Computer ScienceEuroMPI
PMI: A Scalable Parallel Process-Management Interface for Extreme-Scale Systems, Efficient MPI Support for Advanced Hybrid Programming Models, and Challenges and Issues of Supporting Task Parallelism in MPI.
Strengthening compute and data intensive capacities of Armenia
- H. Astsatryan, V. Sahakyan, Per Öster
- Computer Science14th RoEduNet International Conference…
- 24 September 2015
Key activities that will spur Armenia to strengthen its scientific computing capacity thanks to the analysis made of the current trends of e-Infrastructures in Europe and the USA are highlighted.