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IPPS
2009
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Early experiences with large-scale Cray XMT systems
  Several 64‐processor XMT systems have now been shipped to  customers and there have been 128‐processor, 256‐processor and 512‐ processor systems teste...
David Mizell, Kristyn J. Maschhoff
IPPS
2009
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
An analysis of the impact of multi-threading on communication performance
Although processors become massively multicore and therefore new programming models mix message passing and multi-threading, the effects of threads on communication libraries rema...
François Trahay, Elisabeth Brunet, Alexandr...
IPPS
2009
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Portable builds of HPC applications on diverse target platforms
—High-end machines at modern HPC centers are constantly undergoing hardware and system software upgrades – necessitating frequent rebuilds of application codes. The number of p...
Magdalena Slawiñska, Jaroslaw Slawinski, Va...
IPPS
2009
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
MGST: A framework for performance evaluation of Desktop Grids
Desktop Grids are rapidly gaining popularity as a costeffective computing platform for the execution of applications with extensive computing needs. As opposed to grids and cluste...
Majd Kokaly, Issam Al-Azzoni, Douglas G. Down
IPPS
2009
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Accelerating error correction in high-throughput short-read DNA sequencing data with CUDA
Emerging DNA sequencing technologies open up exciting new opportunities for genome sequencing by generating read data with a massive throughput. However, produced reads are signif...
Haixiang Shi, Bertil Schmidt, Weiguo Liu, Wolfgang...
IPPS
2009
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Understanding the design trade-offs among current multicore systems for numerical computations
In this paper, we empirically evaluate fundamental design trade-offs among the most recent multicore processors and accelerator technologies. Our primary aim is to aid application...
Seunghwa Kang, David A. Bader, Richard W. Vuduc
IPPS
2009
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Performance prediction for running workflows under role-based authorization mechanisms
When investigating the performance of running scientific/ commercial workflows in parallel and distributed systems, we often take into account only the resources allocated to the ...
Ligang He, Mark Calleja, Mark Hayes, Stephen A. Ja...
IPPS
2009
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
On scheduling dags to maximize area
A new quality metric, called area, is introduced for schedules that execute dags, i.e., computations having intertask dependencies. Motivated by the temporal unpredictability enco...
Gennaro Cordasco, Arnold L. Rosenberg
IPPS
2009
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Phaser accumulators: A new reduction construct for dynamic parallelism
A reduction is a computation in which a common operation, such as a sum, is to be performed across multiple pieces of data, each supplied by a separate task. We introduce phaser a...
Jun Shirako, David M. Peixotto, Vivek Sarkar, Will...
IPPS
2009
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Measurement of eDonkey activity with distributed honeypots
—Collecting information about user activity in peer-to-peer systems is a key but challenging task. We describe here a distributed platform for doing so on the eDonkey network, re...
Oussama Allali, Matthieu Latapy, Clémence M...
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