Masahiro Miwa

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MPI non-blocking collective operations offer a high level interface to MPI library users, and potentially allow communication to be overlapped with calculation. Progression, which controls communications running in the background of the calculation, is the key factor to achieve an efficient overlap. The most commonly used progression method is manual(More)
To enable overlap of computation and communication with non-blocking collective communication, it is required to progress asynchronously a sequence of communications. One of the naive implementation is to use a separate thread for communitation and run it in back of computation thread. However if the total number of threads is greater than the number of(More)
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