TIDeFlow: The Time Iterated Dependency Flow Execution Model

The many-core revolution brought forward by recent advances in computer architecture has created immense challenges in the writing of parallel programs for High Performance Computing (HPC). Development of parallel HPC programs remains an art, and a universal doctrine for synchronization, scheduling and execution in general has not been found for many-core/multi-core architectures. These issues are exacerbated by the popularity of traditional execution models derived from the serial-programming school of thought. Previous solutions for parallel programming, such as OpenMP, MPI and similar models, require significant effort from the programmer to achieve high performance.

Provided by: University of Delaware Topic: Data Centers Date Added: Aug 2011 Format: PDF

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