MICE : A Prototype MPI Implementation in Converse Environment

@inproceedings{Bhandarkar2001MICEA,
  title={MICE : A Prototype MPI Implementation in Converse Environment},
  author={Milind A. Bhandarkar and Laxmikant V. Kal{\'e}},
  year={2001}
}
This paper describes MICE, a prototype implementation of MPI on the Converse interoperable parallel programming environment. It is based on MPICH, a public-domain implementation of MPI and uses the Abstract Device Interface (ADI) which has been retargeted on top of Converse. MICE makes use of message-managers and allows use of thread-objects to let MPI modules co-exist with other types of computations and communication (such as a library computation in Charm++ or asynchronous computations in… CONTINUE READING
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