Minjung Kim

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The argyle illusion (Adelson, 1993) is a brightness illusion in which lines, triangles, and diamonds are arranged to resemble patterns on knitted garments. The standard explanation is that, due to shapes forming x-junctions, the visual system perceives strips of dark and light transparent filters over the argyle. Since diamonds under the two different(More)
Complex interplay of tightly coupled but disparate computation and communication operations poses several challenges for simulating atomic scale dynamics on multi-petaflops systems. OpenAtom addresses these challenges by exploiting overdecomposition and asyn-chrony in Charm++, and scales to thousands of cores for realistic scientific systems with only a few(More)
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