# Effective Monte Carlo simulation on System-V massively parallel associative string processing architecture

@article{dor1999EffectiveMC, title={Effective Monte Carlo simulation on System-V massively parallel associative string processing architecture}, author={G{\'e}za {\'O}dor and Anargyros Krikelis and Gyorgy Vesztergombi and Francois Rohrbach}, journal={Proceedings of the Seventh Euromicro Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Processing. PDP'99}, year={1999}, pages={281-288} }

We show that the latest version of massively parallel processing associative string processing architecture (System-V) is applicable for fast Monte Carlo simulation if an effective on-processor random number generator is implemented. Our lagged Fibonacci generator can produce 10/sup 8/ random numbers on a processor string of 12 K PE-s. The time dependent Monte Carlo algorithm of the one-dimensional non-equilibrium kinetic Ising model performs 80 faster than the corresponding serial algorithm on…

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