Introduction to high performance computing for scientists and engineers / Georg Hager, Gerhard Wellein

By: Hager, GeorgContributor(s): Wellein, Gerhard []Material type: TextTextSeries: Chapman & Hall/CRC Computational Science seriesPublication details: Boca Raton : Chapman & Hall, 2011 Description: XXV, 330 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9781439811924Subject(s): InformáticaSummary: Designed for scientists, engineers, and students, this book presents a concise, practical introduction to high performance computing (HPC). It discusses the architecture of modern processors, providing a solid understanding of the performance potentials and limitations of current architectures and code. Movingfrom basic to advanced topics, the text covers key issues in HPC, including serial optimization, parallelism, OpenMP, MPI, and hybrid programming techniques. The authors also address advanced issues, such as solving affinity problemsby pinning and writing efficient C++ code.
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Designed for scientists, engineers, and students, this book presents a concise, practical introduction to high performance computing (HPC). It discusses the architecture of modern processors, providing a solid understanding of the performance potentials and limitations of current architectures and code. Movingfrom basic to advanced topics, the text covers key issues in HPC, including serial optimization, parallelism, OpenMP, MPI, and hybrid programming techniques. The authors also address advanced issues, such as solving affinity problemsby pinning and writing efficient C++ code.

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