schliessen

Filtern

 

Bibliotheken

Mapping conjugate gradient algorithms for neutron diffusion applications onto SIMD, MIMD, and mixed-mode machines

The Partionable SIMD/MIMD (PASM) architecture was found to be the most effective architecture to run the conjugate gradient algorithms for the solution of the system of linear equations that results form the finite-differencing of the neutron diffusion equation. PASM was found to outperform SIMD and... Full description

Journal Title: International journal of parallel programming 1998, Vol.26 (2), p.183-207
Main Author: SO, J. J. E
Other Authors: DOWNAR, T. J , JANARDHAN, R , SIEGEL, H. J
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
Subjects:
Publisher: New York, NY: Plenum Press
ID: ISSN: 0885-7458
Link: http://pascal-francis.inist.fr/vibad/index.php?action=getRecordDetail&idt=2211555
Zum Text:
SendSend as email Add to Book BagAdd to Book Bag
Staff View
recordid: cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_26655460
title: Mapping conjugate gradient algorithms for neutron diffusion applications onto SIMD, MIMD, and mixed-mode machines
format: Article
creator:
  • SO, J. J. E
  • DOWNAR, T. J
  • JANARDHAN, R
  • SIEGEL, H. J
subjects:
  • Algorithmics. Computability. Computer arithmetics
  • Algorithms
  • Applied sciences
  • Computer science
  • control theory
  • systems
  • Computer systems and distributed systems. User interface
  • Design and construction
  • Diffusion
  • Equipment and supplies
  • Exact sciences and technology
  • Methods
  • Network architecture
  • Parallel processing
  • Parallel programming (Computer science)
  • Queuing theory
  • Simulation
  • Software
  • Studies
  • Theoretical computing
ispartof: International journal of parallel programming, 1998, Vol.26 (2), p.183-207
description: The Partionable SIMD/MIMD (PASM) architecture was found to be the most effective architecture to run the conjugate gradient algorithms for the solution of the system of linear equations that results form the finite-differencing of the neutron diffusion equation. PASM was found to outperform SIMD and MIMD, both in execution time and number of processors used. The PASM architecture is based on the mapping of preconditioned and unpreconditioned conjugate algorithms on the SIMD MasPar MP-1 and the MIMD Intel Paragon XP/S.
language: eng
source:
identifier: ISSN: 0885-7458
fulltext: no_fulltext
issn:
  • 0885-7458
  • 1573-7640
url: Link


@attributes
NO1
SEARCH_ENGINEprimo_central_multiple_fe
SEARCH_ENGINE_TYPEPrimo Central Search Engine
RANK1.6345764
LOCALfalse
PrimoNMBib
record
control
sourceidgale_proqu
recordidTN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_26655460
sourceformatXML
sourcesystemPC
galeidA20560212
sourcerecordidA20560212
originalsourceidFETCH-LOGICAL-1354t-c135595c472779635ef856d3a0ec36eb6c0a538035c10341cdba1e32441ba8130
addsrcrecordideNptkM9rFTEQx4Mo-KyevQYRT66d_Nyst0erbaGPHqrnZV42u81jN3lNslD_e1MtKCIDM8Pwme_8IOQtg08MuDjdfmbATNvpDoRS4hnZMNWKptUSnpMNGKOaVirzkrzK-QAAXWvMhtzv8Hj0YaI2hsM6YXF0Sjh4FwrFeYrJl7sl0zEmGtxaUgx08OO4Zl-z2jp7i6XmmcZQIr292p1_pLtfHsNAF__ghmaJg6ML2jsfXH5NXow4Z_fmKZ6Q71-_fDu7bK5vLq7OttcNE0qWxtagOmVly9t6lFBuNEoPAsFZod1eW0AlTL3VMhCS2WGPzAkuJdujYQJOyIffuscU71eXS7_4bN08Y3BxzT3XWimpoYLv_gEPcU2h7tZzkLzjouN_oAln1_swxpLQPir2Ww5KA2ePUPMfqNrgFl8f7EZf63_z758mY7Y4jwmD9bk_Jr9g-tFzzphSCn4CweaP9Q
sourcetypeAggregation Database
isCDItrue
recordtypearticle
pqid204292392
display
typearticle
titleMapping conjugate gradient algorithms for neutron diffusion applications onto SIMD, MIMD, and mixed-mode machines
creatorSO, J. J. E ; DOWNAR, T. J ; JANARDHAN, R ; SIEGEL, H. J
creatorcontribSO, J. J. E ; DOWNAR, T. J ; JANARDHAN, R ; SIEGEL, H. J
descriptionThe Partionable SIMD/MIMD (PASM) architecture was found to be the most effective architecture to run the conjugate gradient algorithms for the solution of the system of linear equations that results form the finite-differencing of the neutron diffusion equation. PASM was found to outperform SIMD and MIMD, both in execution time and number of processors used. The PASM architecture is based on the mapping of preconditioned and unpreconditioned conjugate algorithms on the SIMD MasPar MP-1 and the MIMD Intel Paragon XP/S.
identifier
0ISSN: 0885-7458
1EISSN: 1573-7640
2DOI: 10.1023/A:1018796903553
3CODEN: IJPPE5
languageeng
publisherNew York, NY: Plenum Press
subjectAlgorithmics. Computability. Computer arithmetics ; Algorithms ; Applied sciences ; Computer science; control theory; systems ; Computer systems and distributed systems. User interface ; Design and construction ; Diffusion ; Equipment and supplies ; Exact sciences and technology ; Methods ; Network architecture ; Parallel processing ; Parallel programming (Computer science) ; Queuing theory ; Simulation ; Software ; Studies ; Theoretical computing
ispartofInternational journal of parallel programming, 1998, Vol.26 (2), p.183-207
rights
01998 INIST-CNRS
1Plenum Publishing Corporation 1998
lds50peer_reviewed
links
openurl$$Topenurl_article
thumbnail$$Usyndetics_thumb_exl
backlink$$Uhttp://pascal-francis.inist.fr/vibad/index.php?action=getRecordDetail&idt=2211555$$DView record in Pascal Francis
search
creatorcontrib
0SO, J. J. E
1DOWNAR, T. J
2JANARDHAN, R
3SIEGEL, H. J
title
0Mapping conjugate gradient algorithms for neutron diffusion applications onto SIMD, MIMD, and mixed-mode machines
1International journal of parallel programming
descriptionThe Partionable SIMD/MIMD (PASM) architecture was found to be the most effective architecture to run the conjugate gradient algorithms for the solution of the system of linear equations that results form the finite-differencing of the neutron diffusion equation. PASM was found to outperform SIMD and MIMD, both in execution time and number of processors used. The PASM architecture is based on the mapping of preconditioned and unpreconditioned conjugate algorithms on the SIMD MasPar MP-1 and the MIMD Intel Paragon XP/S.
subject
0Algorithmics. Computability. Computer arithmetics
1Algorithms
2Applied sciences
3Computer science; control theory; systems
4Computer systems and distributed systems. User interface
5Design and construction
6Diffusion
7Equipment and supplies
8Exact sciences and technology
9Methods
10Network architecture
11Parallel processing
12Parallel programming (Computer science)
13Queuing theory
14Simulation
15Software
16Studies
17Theoretical computing
issn
00885-7458
11573-7640
fulltextfalse
rsrctypearticle
creationdate1998
recordtypearticle
recordideNptkM9rFTEQx4Mo-KyevQYRT66d_Nyst0erbaGPHqrnZV42u81jN3lNslD_e1MtKCIDM8Pwme_8IOQtg08MuDjdfmbATNvpDoRS4hnZMNWKptUSnpMNGKOaVirzkrzK-QAAXWvMhtzv8Hj0YaI2hsM6YXF0Sjh4FwrFeYrJl7sl0zEmGtxaUgx08OO4Zl-z2jp7i6XmmcZQIr292p1_pLtfHsNAF__ghmaJg6ML2jsfXH5NXow4Z_fmKZ6Q71-_fDu7bK5vLq7OttcNE0qWxtagOmVly9t6lFBuNEoPAsFZod1eW0AlTL3VMhCS2WGPzAkuJdujYQJOyIffuscU71eXS7_4bN08Y3BxzT3XWimpoYLv_gEPcU2h7tZzkLzjouN_oAln1_swxpLQPir2Ww5KA2ePUPMfqNrgFl8f7EZf63_z758mY7Y4jwmD9bk_Jr9g-tFzzphSCn4CweaP9Q
startdate1998
enddate1998
creator
0SO, J. J. E
1DOWNAR, T. J
2JANARDHAN, R
3SIEGEL, H. J
general
0Plenum Press
1Springer
2Springer Nature B.V
scope
0IQODW
1BSHEE
23V.
37SC
47WY
57WZ
67XB
787Z
88AL
98FD
108FE
118FG
128FK
138FL
148G5
15ABUWG
16ARAPS
17AZQEC
18BENPR
19BEZIV
20BGLVJ
21DWQXO
22FRNLG
23F~G
24GNUQQ
25GUQSH
26HCIFZ
27JQ2
28K60
29K6~
30K7-
31L.-
32L7M
33L~C
34L~D
35M0C
36M0N
37M2O
38MBDVC
39P5Z
40P62
41PADUT
42PQBIZ
43PQBZA
44PQEST
45PQQKQ
46PQUKI
47PRINS
48PYYUZ
49Q9U
sort
creationdate1998
titleMapping conjugate gradient algorithms for neutron diffusion applications onto SIMD, MIMD, and mixed-mode machines
authorSO, J. J. E ; DOWNAR, T. J ; JANARDHAN, R ; SIEGEL, H. J
facets
frbrtype5
frbrgroupidcdi_FETCH-LOGICAL-1354t-c135595c472779635ef856d3a0ec36eb6c0a538035c10341cdba1e32441ba8130
rsrctypearticles
prefilterarticles
languageeng
creationdate1998
topic
0Algorithmics. Computability. Computer arithmetics
1Algorithms
2Applied sciences
3Computer science; control theory; systems
4Computer systems and distributed systems. User interface
5Design and construction
6Diffusion
7Equipment and supplies
8Exact sciences and technology
9Methods
10Network architecture
11Parallel processing
12Parallel programming (Computer science)
13Queuing theory
14Simulation
15Software
16Studies
17Theoretical computing
toplevelpeer_reviewed
creatorcontrib
0SO, J. J. E
1DOWNAR, T. J
2JANARDHAN, R
3SIEGEL, H. J
collection
0Pascal-Francis
1Academic OneFile (A&I only)
2ProQuest Central (Corporate)
3Computer and Information Systems Abstracts
4ABI/INFORM Collection
5ABI/INFORM Global (PDF only)
6ProQuest Central (purchase pre-March 2016)
7ABI/INFORM Global (Alumni Edition)
8Computing Database (Alumni Edition)
9Technology Research Database
10ProQuest SciTech Collection
11ProQuest Technology Collection
12ProQuest Central (Alumni) (purchase pre-March 2016)
13ABI/INFORM Collection (Alumni Edition)
14Research Library (Alumni Edition)
15ProQuest Central (Alumni Edition)
16Advanced Technologies & Aerospace Collection
17ProQuest Central Essentials
18ProQuest Central
19Business Premium Collection
20Technology Collection
21ProQuest Central Korea
22Business Premium Collection (Alumni)
23ABI/INFORM Global (Corporate)
24ProQuest Central Student
25Research Library Prep
26SciTech Premium Collection
27ProQuest Computer Science Collection
28ProQuest Business Collection (Alumni Edition)
29ProQuest Business Collection
30Computer Science Database
31ABI/INFORM Professional Advanced
32Advanced Technologies Database with Aerospace
33Computer and Information Systems Abstracts – Academic
34Computer and Information Systems Abstracts Professional
35ABI/INFORM Global
36Computing Database
37Research Library
38Research Library (Corporate)
39Advanced Technologies & Aerospace Database
40ProQuest Advanced Technologies & Aerospace Collection
41Research Library China
42ProQuest One Business
43ProQuest One Business (Alumni)
44ProQuest One Academic Eastern Edition
45ProQuest One Academic
46ProQuest One Academic UKI Edition
47ProQuest Central China
48ABI/INFORM Collection China
49ProQuest Central Basic
jtitleInternational journal of parallel programming
delivery
delcategoryRemote Search Resource
fulltextno_fulltext
addata
au
0SO, J. J. E
1DOWNAR, T. J
2JANARDHAN, R
3SIEGEL, H. J
formatjournal
genrearticle
ristypeJOUR
atitleMapping conjugate gradient algorithms for neutron diffusion applications onto SIMD, MIMD, and mixed-mode machines
jtitleInternational journal of parallel programming
date1998
risdate1998
volume26
issue2
spage183
epage207
pages183-207
issn0885-7458
eissn1573-7640
codenIJPPE5
abstractThe Partionable SIMD/MIMD (PASM) architecture was found to be the most effective architecture to run the conjugate gradient algorithms for the solution of the system of linear equations that results form the finite-differencing of the neutron diffusion equation. PASM was found to outperform SIMD and MIMD, both in execution time and number of processors used. The PASM architecture is based on the mapping of preconditioned and unpreconditioned conjugate algorithms on the SIMD MasPar MP-1 and the MIMD Intel Paragon XP/S.
copNew York, NY
pubPlenum Press
doi10.1023/A:1018796903553