Z. Wenhao, L. Yingcheng, L. Delong, T. Changsheng, L. Jin
In China, natural disasters are characterized by wide distribution, severe destruction and high impact range, and they cause significant property damage and casualties every year. Following a disaster, timely and accurate acquisition of geospatial information can provide an important basis for disaster assessment, emergency relief, and reconstruction. In recent years, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) remote […]
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Z. Wenhao, L. Yingcheng, L. Delong, T. Changsheng, L. Jin
The increasingly heterogeneous modern hardware landscape is forcing database vendors to rethink basic design decisions: With more and more architectures to support, the traditional approach of building on hand-tuned operators might simply become too cost- and labor-intensive. With this problem in mind, we introduced the notion of a hardware-oblivious database engine, which avoids device-specific optimizations […]
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D. Muscat
A radio interferometer indirectly measures the intensity distribution of the sky over the celestial sphere. Since measurements are made over an irregularly sampled Fourier plane, synthesising an intensity image from interferometric measurements requires substantial processing. Furthermore there are distortions that have to be corrected. In this thesis, a new high-performance image synthesis tool (imaging tool) […]
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Juan Andres Fraire, Pablo Ferreyra, Carlos Marques
The number of space objects such as satellites, spacecraft, and debris are increasing significantly, and so is the need for tracking them for security and collision avoidance purposes. In this context, as parallelism is becoming a new paradigm, the need of implementing high performance propagators remain unmet. For this, we implemented Simplified General Perturbations No. […]
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Jianting Zhang, Simin You
Analyzing how species are distributed on the Earth has been one of the fundamental questions in the intersections of environmental sciences, geosciences and biological sciences. With world-wide data contributions, more than 375 million species occurrence records for nearly 1.5 million species have been deposited to the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) data portal. The sheer […]
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V. Weinberg, M. Allalen, G. Brietzke
This whitepaper aims to discuss first experiences with porting an MPI-based real-world geophysical application to the new Intel Many Integrated Core (MIC) architecture. The selected code SeisSol is an application written in Fortran that can be used to simulate earthquake rupture and radiating seismic wave propagation in complex 3-D heterogeneous materials. The PRACE prototype cluster […]
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P. Latcharote, Y. Kai
This paper proposes an application of high performance computing (HPC) to dynamic structural response analysis (DSRA) in order to enhance the capability and increase the efficiency of integrated earthquake simulation (IES). Object Based Structural Analysis (OBASAN) is a candidate DSRA program for IES. With OBASAN, the reliability of structural damage prediction can be increased by […]
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Emanuel Ey
High performance underwater acoustic models are of great importance for enabling real-time acoustic source tracking, geoacoustic inversion, environmental monitoring and high-frequency underwater communications. Given the parallelizable nature of raytracing, in general, and of the ray superposition algorithm in particular, use of multiple computing units for the development of real-time efficient applications based on ray tracing […]
Brian Kaplinger, Pavithra Premaratne, Christian Setzer, Bong Wie
This paper develops a modeling and simulation framework for determining mission effectiveness of a two-body Hypervelocity Asteroid Intercept Vehicle (HAIV). This HAIV concept has been being developed to overcome key difficulties in coupling energy from nuclear explosives to an asteroid target at high relative velocities of 5 – 30 km/s. It does so by blending […]
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Benjamin Jones
Lagrangian particle-tracking models are a computationally intensive, but massively parallelizable method for investigating marine larval dispersal processes, seed dispersal of plants, or a variety of other material transport processes. In order to fully capture the distribution of potential dispersal patterns, highly efficient models with the capacity to simulate tens of millions or more particles are […]
Mohamed Wahib, Naoya Maruyama
SCALE-LES is a non-hydrostatic weather model developed at RIKEN, Japan. It is intended to be a global high- resolution model that would be scaled to exascale systems. This paper introduces the full GPU acceleration of all SCALE-LES modules. Moreover, the paper demonstrates the strategies to handle the unique challenges of accelerating SCALE-LES using GPU. The […]
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Sushil K. Prasad, Shashi Shekhar, Michael McDermott, Xun Zhou, Michael Evans, Satish Puri
It is imperative that for scalable solutions of GIS computations the modern hybrid architecture comprising a CPUGPU pair is exploited fully. The existing parallel algorithms and data structures port reasonably well to multicore CPUs, but poorly to GPGPUs because of latter’s atypical fine-grained, single-instruction multiple-thread (SIMT) architecture, extreme memory hierarchy and coalesced access requirements, and […]
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