The deep computing messaging framework: generalized scalable message passing on the blue gene/P supercomputer

@inproceedings{Kumar2008TheDC,
  title={The deep computing messaging framework: generalized scalable message passing on the blue gene/P supercomputer},
  author={Sameer Kumar and G{\'a}bor D{\'o}zsa and Gheorghe Alm{\'a}si and Philip Heidelberger and Dong Chen and Mark Giampapa and Michael Blocksome and Ahmad Faraj and Jeff Parker and Joe Ratterman and Brian E. Smith and Charles Archer},
  booktitle={ICS},
  year={2008}
}
We present the architecture of the Deep Computing Messaging Framework (DCMF), a message passing runtime designed for the Blue Gene/P machine and other HPC architectures. DCMF has been designed to easily support several programming paradigms such as the Message Passing Interface (MPI), Aggregate Remote Memory Copy Interface (ARMCI), Charm++, and others. This support is made possible as DCMF provides an application programming interface (API) with active messages and non-blocking collectives… CONTINUE READING
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