Quantifying the Potential Benefit of Overlapping Communication and Computation in Large-Scale Scientific Applications

@article{Sancho2006QuantifyingTP,
  title={Quantifying the Potential Benefit of Overlapping Communication and Computation in Large-Scale Scientific Applications},
  author={J. C. Sancho and K. J. Barker and D. J. Kerbyson and K. Davis},
  journal={ACM/IEEE SC 2006 Conference (SC'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={17-17}
}
The design and implementation of a high performance communication network are critical factors in determining the performance and cost-effectiveness of a largescale computing system. The major issues center on the trade-off between the network cost and the impact of latency and bandwidth on application performance. One promising technique for extracting maximum application performance given limited network resources is based on overlapping computation with communication, which partially or… CONTINUE READING
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