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Performance of Distributed and Parallel Systems

Proceedings of the Ifip Tc 7/Wb 7.3 International Seminar, Kyoto Japan 7.9 December, 1988

by Toshiharu Hasegawa

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Published by North-Holland .
Written in English

Edition Notes

ContributionsYutaka Takahashi (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages540
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7533182M
ISBN 100444874976
ISBN 109780444874979

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• Massively Parallel Processors (MPP) - proprietary systems – High cost and a low performance/price ratio. • Symmetric Multiprocessors (SMP) – Suffers from scalability • Distributed Systems – Difficult to use and hard to extract parallel performance • Clusters –commodity and highly popularFile Size: 1MB.   This book covers the scope of parallel programming for modern high performance computing systems. It first discusses selected and popular state-of-the-art computing devices and systems available today, These include multicore CPUs, manycore (co)processors, such as Intel Xeon Phi, accelerators, such as GPUs, and clusters, as well as programming Pages:

Distributed and Cloud Computing From Parallel Processing to the Internet of Things Kai Hwang Geoffrey C. Fox Jack J. Dongarra AMSTERDAM † BOSTON † HEIDELBERG † LONDON NEW YORK † OXFORD † PARIS † SAN DIEGO SAN FRANCISCO † SINGAPORE † SYDNEY † TOKYO Morgan Kaufmann is an imprint of Elsevier. Multiple View of Parallel Application Execution (Ming C. Hao). A Performance Tool for The CRAY T3D (Douglas M. Pase). 4. Tools: An Applications Point of View. Issues of Running Codes on Very Large Parallel Processing Systems (Don Heller). Opportunities and Tools for Highly Interactive Distributed and Parallel Computing (Karsten Schwan).

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In view of the growing presence and popularity of multicore and manycore processors, accelerators, and coprocessors, as well as clusters using such computing devices, the development of efficient parallel applications has become a key challenge to be able to .