Frontiers'99: The Seventh Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation : February 21-25, 1999, Annapolis, Maryland : Proceedings
Proceedings from the February 1999 symposium illustrate the path that massively parallel technology follows in going from long range research to strategic resource to commercial application. Thirty-six contributions address such topics as parallel numerical computation and applications, optical computing, quantum computing, petaflops, and configurable computing. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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Scalability Analysis of Multidimensional Wavefront Algorithms on Large
A System for Evaluating Performance and Cost of SIMD Array Designs
Design TradeOffs of LowCost Multicomputer Network Switches
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algorithm analysis application ARC3D architecture array elements bandwidth benchmark block buffer cache cliq cluster collective I/O communication compiler configuration Cray J90 Cray T3E cycle data distribution data items data parallel data sieving destination processor distributed computing domain dynamic broadcast efficient equations Ethernet evaluation execution Figure Fortran function global grid High Performance hypercube IEEE implementation Intel Paragon interface interprocedural itemsets iteration Java latency layout load balancing loop machines memory mesh module NEC SX-4 node number of processors operations optimal packet parallel computer parallel programs problem Proc procedure random redistribution redundant ROMIO RSFQ runtime scalability Section segments SIMD simulation source processor space specification speedup star graphs step sub-problem Supercomputing switch task and data task parallelism techniques Theorem tion torus tree values variables vector virtual channel