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Kato Mivule, Benjamin Harvey, Crystal Cobb, Hoda El Sayed
The advent of high performance computing (HPC) and graphics processing units (GPU), present an enormous computation resource for Large data transactions (big data) that require parallel processing for robust and prompt data analysis. While a number of HPC frameworks have been proposed, parallel programming models present a number of challenges, for instance, how to fully […]
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Paula Roquero Fuentes
Traffic analysis is an essential part of capacity planning, quality of service assurance and reinforcement of security in current telecommunication networks. As the network speed increases so does the traffic volume and the analysis of large traffic traces is computationally intensive. This document presents a flow extraction software that allows obtaining TCP flow records at […]
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Alan Humphrey, Qingyu Meng, Martin Berzins, Todd Harman
The Uintah Computational Framework was developed to provide an environment for solving fluid-structure interaction problems on structured adaptive grids on large-scale, long-running, data-intensive problems. Uintah uses a combination of fluid-flow solvers and particle-based methods for solids, together with a novel asynchronous task-based approach with fully automated load balancing. Uintah demonstrates excellent weak and strong scalability […]
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Yifeng Chen, Xiang Cui, Hong Mei
This paper introduces a programming interface called PARRAY (or Parallelizing ARRAYs) that supports system-level succinct programming for heterogeneous parallel systems like GPU clusters. The current practice of software development requires combining several low-level libraries like Pthread, OpenMP, CUDA and MPI. Achieving productivity and portability is hard with different numbers and models of GPUs. PARRAY extends […]
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Konstantinos Sideris
High quality cloth simulation is based on implicit methods. A variety of methods have been proposed to solve the linear systems of equations, with the conjugate gradient and multi-grid being the most commonly used. In this technical report we examine the preconditioned conjugate gradient method .More precisely, we analyze the quality of different preconditioning schemes […]
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Eugene Cartwright, Sen Ma, David Andrews, Miaoqing Huang
FPGA densities have continued to follow Moore’s law and can now support a complete multiprocessor system on programmable chip. The benefits of the FPGA include the ability to build a customized MPSoC system consisting of heterogeneous processing resources, interconnects and memory hierarchies that best match the requirements of each application. In this paper we outline […]
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Sandeep Koranne
Handbook of Open Source Tools introduces a comprehensive collection of advanced open source tools useful in developing software applications. The book contains information on more than 200 open-source tools which include software construction utilities for compilers, virtual-machines, database, graphics, high-performance computing, OpenGL, geometry, algebra, graph theory, GUIs and more. Special highlights for software construction utilities […]
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Julien Thibault, Inanc Senocak
Graphics processor units (GPU) that are originally designed for graphics rendering have emerged as massively-parallel “co-processors” to the central processing unit (CPU). Small-footprint multi-GPU workstations with hundreds of processing elements can accelerate compute-intensive simulation science applications substantially. In this study, we describe the implementation of an incompressible flow Navier-Stokes solver for multi-GPU workstation platforms. A […]

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