Jose Luis Guisado

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The classical modeling approach for laser study relies on the differential equations. In this paper, a cellular automaton model is proposed as an alternative for the simulation of population dynamics. Even though the model is simplified it captures the essence of laser phenomenology: (i) there is a threshold pumping rate that depends inversely on the(More)
This paper presents an analysis on the performance of a parallel implementation of a discrete model of laser dynamics, which is based on cellular automata. The performance of a 2D parallel version of the model is studied as a first step to test the feasibility of a parallel 3D version, which is needed to simulate specific laser systems. The 3D version will(More)
In order to analyze the feasibility of executing a parallel bioinspired model of laser dynamics on a heterogeneous non-dedicated cluster, we evaluate its performance including artificial load to simulate other tasks or jobs submitted by other users. As the model is based on a synchronous cellular automaton (CA), using the SPMD (Single Program, Multiple(More)
We present an analysis of the feasibility of executing a parallel bioinspired model of laser dynamics, based on cellular automata (CA), on the usual target platform of this kind of applications: a heterogeneous non-dedicated cluster. As this model employs a synchronous cellular automaton, using the SPMD (Single Program, Multiple Data) paradigm, it is not(More)