Luiz Gustavo Fernandes

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This paper proposes the use of Stochastic Automata Networks (SAN) to develop models that can be efficiently applied to a large class of parallel implementations: master/slave (m/s) programs. We focus our technique in the description of the communication between master and slave nodes considering two standard behaviors: synchronous and asynchronous(More)
—Currently, parallel platforms based on large scale hierarchical shared memory multiprocessors with Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA) are becoming a trend in scientific High Performance Computing (HPC). Due to their memory access constraints, these platforms require a very careful data distribution. Many solutions were proposed to resolve this issue.(More)
In geophysics, the appropriate subdivision of a region into segments is extremely important. ICTM (Interval Cat-egorizer Tesselation Model) is an application that categorizes geographic regions using information extracted from satellite images. The categorization of large regions is a computational intensive problem, what justifies the proposal and(More)
This paper presents a theoretical performance analysis of a parallel implementation of a tool called Performance Evaluation for Parallel Systems (PEPS). This software tool is used to analyze Stochastic Automata Networks (SAN) models. In its sequential version, the execution time becomes impracticable when analyzing large SAN models. A parallel version of(More)
This paper presents a theoretical study to evaluate the performance of a family of parallel implementations of the propagation algorithm. The propagation algorithm is used to an image interpolation application. The theoretical performance analysis is based on the construction of generic models using Stochastic Automata Networks (SAN) formalism to describe(More)
High volume print jobs are getting more common due to the growing demand for personalized documents. In this context, Variable Data Printing (VDP) has become a useful tool for marketers who need to customize messages for each customer in promotion materials or marketing campaigns. VDP allows the creation of documents based on a template with variable and(More)
Solvers for linear equation systems are commonly used in many different kinds of real applications, which deal with large matrices. Nevertheless, two key problems appear to limit the use of linear system solvers to a more extensive range of real applications: computing power and solution correctness. In a previous work, we proposed a method that employs(More)