Efficiency of Dynamic Load Balancing Based on Permanent Cells for Parallel Molecular Dynamics Simulation

@inproceedings{Hayashi2000EfficiencyOD,
  title={Efficiency of Dynamic Load Balancing Based on Permanent Cells for Parallel Molecular Dynamics Simulation},
  author={Ryoko Hayashi and Susumu Horiguchi},
  booktitle={IPDPS},
  year={2000}
}
This paper addresses a dynamic load balancing method of domain decomposition for 3-dimensional Molecular Dynamics on parallel computers. In order to reduce interprocessor communication overhead, we are introducing a concept of permanent cells to the dynamic load balancing method. Molecular Dynamics simulations on a parallel computer T3E prove that the proposed method using load balancing much improves the execution time. Furthermore, we analyze theoretical effective ranges of the dynamic load… CONTINUE READING

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