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A Distributed Object Model for Solving Irregularly Structured Problems on Cluster

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A Distributed Object Model for Solving Irregularly Structured Problems on Cluster
This paper presents a distributed object model MOIDE for solving irregularly structured problems on cluster. The primary appeal of MOIDE is its flexible system structure that is adaptive to heterogeneous architecture of a cluster. MOIDE integrates the object-oriented and multithreaded methodologies to set up a unified computing environment. Both the shared-data access and remote messaging are incorporated in a two-layer communication mechanism for efficient inter-object communication with the common communication interface. MOIDE supports dynamic load balancing by its autonomous load scheduling technique. A runtime support system implements the MOIDE model as a platform-independent infrastructure for developing and executing irregularly structured applications. N-body, ray tracing, and conjugate gradient applications are implemented to illustrate the advantages of MOIDE model.
Yudong Sun, Cho-Li Wang
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Type Conference
Year 2001
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Authors Yudong Sun, Cho-Li Wang
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