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Comparing Intra- and Inter-Processor Parallelism on Multi-Core Cell Processors for Scientific Simulations

K.A. Hawick, A. Leist and D.P. Playne and M.J. Johnson
Computer Science, Institute for Information and Mathematical Sciences, Massey University, North Shore 102-904, Auckland, New Zealand
Technical Report CSTN-102, Massey University, 2010

@article{hawick2010comparing,

   title={Comparing Intra-and Inter-Processor Parallelism on Multi-Core CellBE Processors for Scientific Simulations},

   author={Hawick, KA and Leist, A. and Playne, DP and Johnson, MJ},

   year={2010}

}

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The Cell Broadband Engine (Cell BE) multi-core processor from the STI consortium of Sony, Toshiba and IBM is a powerful but complex processing device that has attracted much attention since its inclusion in Sony PlayStation (PS3) gaming consoles. We report on some performance experiments using the multicore Synergistic Processing Elements (SPE) concurrency capabilities of this chip. We compare performance and software implementation issues with conventional cluster computing techniques such as message-passing, in exploiting clusters of Cell BE processors for scientific simulations. We discuss performance and user programming issues for some hybrid solutions on clustered PS3 computers running Linux.
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