Asynchronous iterations with flexible communication : contracting operators

@inproceedings{Baza2004AsynchronousIW,
  title={Asynchronous iterations with flexible communication : contracting operators},
  author={Didier El Baza and Andreas Frommerb and Pierre Spiteric},
  year={2004}
}
  • Didier El Baza, Andreas Frommerb, Pierre Spiteric
  • Published 2004
The concept of flexible communication permits one to model efficient asynchronous iterations on parallel computers. This concept is particularly useful in two practical situations. Firstly, when communications are requested while a processor has completed the current update only partly, and secondly, in the context of inner/outer iterations, when processors are also allowed to make use of intermediate results obtained during the inner iteration in other processors. In the general case of… CONTINUE READING

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