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         Parallel Computing:     more books (100)
  1. High-Performance Computing and the Art of Parallel Programming: An Introduction for Geographers, Social Scientists and Engineers by Stan Openshaw, Ian Turton, 2007-03-27
  2. Applied Parallel Computing: State of the Art in Scientific Computing (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  3. UPC: Distributed Shared Memory Programming (Wiley Series on Parallel and Distributed Computing) by Tarek El-Ghazawi, William Carlson, et all 2005-06-08
  4. Artificial Intelligence, Knowledge-Based Systems and Parallel Computing by V.K. Khanna, 2004
  5. Tools and Environments for Parallel and Distributed Computing (Wiley Series on Parallel and Distributed Computing)
  6. Communication Complexity and Parallel Computing by Juraj Hromkovic, 1997-04-11
  7. Parallel Algorithms and Cluster Computing: Implementations, Algorithms and Applications (Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering)
  8. Cost Optimization of Structures: Fuzzy Logic, Genetic Algorithms, and Parallel Computing by Hojjat Adeli, Kamal C Sarma, 2006-10-23
  9. Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: 13th International Workshop, LCPC 2000, Yorktown Heights, NY, USA, August 10-12, 2000, Revised Papers (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  10. A Practical Approach to Parallel Computing by S.K. Ghoshal, 2000-01-10
  11. Proceedings of the Seventh Siam Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing (Proceedings in Applied Mathematics) by David H. Bailey, 1995-02
  12. Parallel Computing and Communication Systems (Industrial Control, Computers and Communications Series) by David Schaefer, 2004-04
  13. Grid Computing: The New Frontier of High Performance Computing, Volume 14 (Advances in Parallel Computing)
  14. Parallel Algorithms for Numerical Linear Algebra (Advances in Parallel Computing) by Henk A. Van Der Vorst, 1990-02

ICPC (Imperial College parallel computing Centre) Imperial College. © ICPC Imperial College parallel computing Centre, 19979 180 Queens Gate, London SW7 2BZ Email

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PARA 02 Conference Home PageConference on Applied parallel computing. will host the sixth International Conference on Applied parallel computing on June 1518, 2002.

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parallel computing in Education Consortium parallel computing in Education Consortium. An initiative of OSC, promoting parallel computing in undergraduate and graduate education.

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65. Parallel Computing Tutorial
Tutorial on effective parallel computing, taught at conferences, corporations, government agencies, etc. Introduction to Effective parallel computing.
Parallel Computing 101
Quentin F. Stout
Christiane Jablonowski

Parallel computers are easy to build it's the software that takes work.
This tutorial provides a comprehensive overview of parallel computing, emphasizing those aspects most relevant to the user. It is suitable for new or prospective users, managers, students and anyone seeking a general overview of parallel computing. It discusses software and hardware, with an emphasis on standards, portability, and systems that are commercially or freely available. Systems examined include clusters, the Grid, and tightly integrated supercomputers. The tutorial provides training in parallel computing concepts and terminology, and uses examples selected from large-scale engineering, scientific, and data intensive applications. These real-world examples are targeted at distributed memory systems using MPI, Grid systems using Globus, shared memory systems using OpenMP, and hybrid systems that combine the MPI and OpenMP programming paradigms. The tutorial shows basic parallelization approaches and discusses some of the software engineering aspects of the parallelization process, including the use of state-of-the-art tools. The tools introduced range from parallel debugging tools to performance analysis and tuning packages. We use large-scale projects as examples to help the attendees understand the issues involved in developing efficient programs. Examples include: crash simulation (a complex distributed memory application parallelized for Ford Motor); climate modeling (an application highlighting distributed, shared, and vector ideas with examples from NCAR, NASA and ECMWF); data mining (an I/O and data intensive application); space weather prediction (an adaptive mesh code scaling to well over 1000 processors, funded by NASA/DoD/NSF); and design of ethical clinical trials (a memory-intensive application funded by NSF). Attendees find the lessons convincing, and occasionally humourous, because we discuss mistakes as well as successes.

66. Web Resources For Parallel Computing
Collection of selected web resources in parallel computing, maintained by Quentin Stout. Selected Web Resources for parallel computing.
Selected Web Resources for Parallel Computing
This list is maintained at where the entries are linked to the resource. Rather than creating a comprehensive, overwhelming, list of resources, I have tried to be selective, pointing to the best ones that I am aware of in each category.
  • A slightly whimsical explanation of parallel computing.
  • Glossary of terms pertaining to high-performance computing.
  • Online training material:
  • Introduction to Effective Parallel Computing , a tutorial for beginning and intermediate users, managers, people contemplating purchasing or building a parallel computer, etc.
  • ParaScope , a very thorough and up-to-date listing of parallel and supercomputing sites, vendors, agencies, and events, maintained by the IEEE Computer Society.
  • Nan Schaller's extensive list of links related to parallel computing , including classes, people, books, companies, software.

Research on Runtime Support for parallel computing and LV Kale, ``Chare Kernel a runtime support system for parallel computation, Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, Vol.11, pp.198211, 1991.

68. Parallel And Distributed Computing Lab Of The VUB
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69. Scientific And Parallel Computing Group - Home Page
University of Geneva Centre Universitaire d'Informatique
Ecole d'ingénieurs de Genève, HES-SO
University of Geneva Centre Universitaire d'Informatique
Ecole d'ingénieurs de Genève, HES-SO

70. IBM Systems Journal - Vol. 34, No. 2, 1995 - Scalable Parallel Computing
34, No. 2 Scalable parallel computing - Table of Contents. Scalable parallel computing. The power and promise of parallel computing, I. Wladawsky-Berger, p. 146.
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The growth of technical and commercial applications for high-performance computing, combined with the decline in the price of computers overall and the need to deliver new capabilities quickly, has led to the emergence of parallel computers and parallel computing. IBM has addressed this broad new territory with solutions that are general purpose and scalable and that operate readily within existing technical and commercial computing environments. These solutions are built on the firm foundation of RISC System/6000 click to enlarge Please note: All papers are available in PDF format. A feature paper and abstracts are available in HTML. HTML PDF Papers may be viewed by clicking on the title of interest Preface
Gene F. Hoffnagle p. 144 The power and promise of parallel computing I. Wladawsky-Berger p. 146 SP2 system architecture p. 152 The SP2 High-Performance Switch p. 185 The communication software and parallel environment of the IBM SP2 M. Snir, P. Hochschild, D. D. Frye, and K. J. Gildea

71. Bibliographies On Parallel Processing
1822, Bibliography of the journal parallel computing, (2003). 653, Bibliography of High Performance Compilers for parallel computing , (1994).
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72. Cluster Computing Info Centre
Links to parallel computing resources.
Cluster Computing Info Centre Vol. 1 High Performance Cluster Computing: Architectures and Systems , Rajkumar Buyya (editor), ISBN 0-13-013784-7, Prentice Hall PTR , NJ, USA, 1999.
Vol. 2 High Performance Cluster Computing: Programming and Applications , Rajkumar Buyya (editor), ISBN 0-13-013785-5, Prentice Hall PTR , NJ, USA, 1999.
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73. CSCI6356 (Parallel Computing) Courseware -- Xiannong Meng
CSCI6356 (parallel computing) Courseware Xiannong Meng. This is CSCI6356, parallel computing, online courseware. The web pages are under experiment.
CSCI6356 (Parallel Computing) Courseware Xiannong Meng
This is CSCI6356, Parallel Computing , on-line courseware. The web pages are under experiment. If you have any comments or suggestions, please send mail to me . Thank you very much.
  • Course Syllabus and Schedule
  • Some MPI notes
  • Project One Project Two Term Paper ... Project Three
  • Texts and major references
  • Parallel Programming Techniques and Applications Using Networked Workstations and Parallel Computers by Barry Wilkinson and Michael Allen, Prentice Hall , 1999, required.
  • Author's book web site
  • Parallel Programming with MPI by Peter Pacheco, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers , 1997, required.
  • Author's book web site
  • Parallel Programming with MPI by
  • Introduction to Parallel Computing Design and Analysis of Algorithms by Vipin Kumar, Ananth Grama, Anshul Gupta, and George Karypis, The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing, 1994.
  • High Performance Cluster computing: Architectures and Systems vol. 1 and vol. 2, Rajkumar Buyya (ed.), Prentice Hall 1999
  • Design and Building Parallel Programs by Ian Foster, Addison Wesley Publishing
  • Parallel Computation Models and Methods by Selim G. Akl
  • 74. .::Welcome To HPClab::.
    University of Patras High Performance Computing Lab researches system software for parallel computing. Project descriptions and papers.

    Monte Carlo Methods in parallel computingMonte Carlo Methods in parallel computing. Pseudorandom Number Generation on Parallel Computers Fast RNGs with long periods required

    76. Welcome To The SACHPCC
    The South Australian Centre for parallel computing. The SACPC is a cooperative venture providing supercomputing facilities to the
    The South Australian Centre for Parallel Computing
    The SACPC is a cooperative venture providing supercomputing facilities to the Universities of Adelaide Flinders and South Australia , and the Defense Science Technology Organisation

    77. QMUL > Department Of Computer Science
    Department of Computer Science. Research groups Information, media and communication; Logic and foundations of programming; parallel computing; Vision; Risk assessment and decision analysis; Knowledge representation and reasoning; Distributed systems. Host for Hypatia, a directory of research workers in Computer Science and Pure Mathematics and a library of their papers.
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    Home Undergraduate Postgraduate Research Staff Business News/Events Contacts About Welcome In this area : Undergraduate
    Welcome to the Department of Computer Science at Queen Mary, University of London. Computer scientists have a tremendous opportunity to make a difference in future where billions of computing devices will interact with people, the environment and each other to help us live, work, learn and play. At Queen Mary our world leading computer scientists work on core developments - like building fast reliable networks and smart secure software - as well as on novel technologies applied in things like insect motion, playing jazz, recognising faces, evaluating legal evidence, finding useful documents, and learning online. Undergraduate We have an extensive range of undergraduate degree programmes, including three or four year Computer Science degrees, and the opportunity to combine Computer Science with Business Management, Language, Linguistics, Mathematics, Multimedia or Web Informatics. We also work in conjunction with various organisations to provide degrees by open and distance learning to their employees. Our graduates work everywhere from start-ups to major players like Microsoft and Hewlett Packard.

    78. Sivasubramaniam, Anand
    Pennsylvania State University Computer architecture, operating systems, parallel computing, simulation and evaluation of computer systems.

    79. WANG'S BOOKSHELF (Parallel Computing)
    Why parallel computing? 2. parallel computing 2.1 Messsage Passing PVM Univeristy of Tennessee, some examples can be found at Kansas State .
    Welcome to Jonathan Wang's Bookshelf on Parallel Computing
    WELCOME: // Local time: Fri Feb 3 14:16:36 EST 1995
    Why parallel computing? ( Introduction
    How fast can it be? (The top 500 super computers, in postscript, size 10M) Contents:
  • Distributed Batch Processing
  • Parallel Computing
  • Message Passing
  • Shared Object
  • Misc (yet to be sorted)
  • Super Computers/labs
  • Compiler/Parallelizer
  • Benchmarks
  • Fault Tolerance and Load Balance
  • Parallel Software
  • Comprehensive Links at Other Institutes
  • Personal Stuff
  • Mail Drop 1. Distributed Batch Processing
  • 80. 7th Int'l Conference On Parallel Computing Technologies (PaCT-2003) : PaCT : SSD
    parallel computing Technologies(PaCT2003). Seventh International Conference September 15-19, Nizhni Novgorod, Russia.
    self.resizeTo(800,580) Parallel Computing Technologies(PaCT-2003) Seventh International Conference
    September 15-19, Nizhni Novgorod, Russia
    If you are looking for the International Conference on Parallel Architectures and Computational Techniques (PACT)
    please, following this link:
    The Institut of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics (former Computing Center) of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Academgorodok, Novosibirsk) and Nizhni Novgorod State University are jointly organizing the Seventh International Conference on PARALLEL COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES (PaCT-2003).
    The conference will be held in Nizhni Novgorod , September 15-19, 2003. Six previous conferences have been held in Novosibirsk (1991), Obninsk (1993), St.-Petersburg (1995), Yaroslavl (1997), St.-Petersburg (1999) and Novosibisk (2001).
    The aim of PaCT-2003 is to give an overview of new developments, applications, and trends in parallel computing technologies. We sincerely hope this conference will help to deepen our understanding of parallel computing technologies by providing a forum for an exchange of views between scientists and specialists from over the world.
    We welcome your active participation.

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