Thomas Patrick Murphy
Thomas Patrick Murphy

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Publication count12
Publication years2000-2014
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July 2014 XSEDE '14: Proceedings of the 2014 Annual Conference on Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment
Publisher: ACM
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The LittleFe/BCCD Project is a combination of hardware, software, and curriculum to facilitate the inclusion of high-performance computing (HPC), data-enabled science (DES), and computational science (CS) education in high school, undergraduate, and graduate settings. The hardware is a six-node computational cluster whose parts cost $2800, easily assembled by students in ...
Keywords: CS, DES, Education, HPC, cluster computing, curriculum, data-enabled science, graduate students, high-performance computing, outreach, parallel programming, scientific computing, undergraduate faculty, undergraduate students

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March 2013 SIGCSE '13: Proceeding of the 44th ACM technical symposium on Computer science education
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LittleFe buildout events are training and infrastructure opportunities for teams of accepted faculty and students from educational institutions across the United States to assemble LittleFe educational appliances (http://littlefe.net) and learn to use them in the classroom to teach parallel programming, cluster computing, and computational/data enabled science & engineering (CDESE). The ...
Keywords: distributed computing, education, parallel computing

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February 2013 ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE): Volume 13 Issue 1, January 2013
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Much of computing education research is devoted to introductory computer science. The articles in this special issue look at the other end of the spectrum: learning advanced subjects, here, concurrent, parallel and distributed computation. The articles present four approaches for teaching these subjects using infra-structure that is feasible for educational ...
Keywords: Graphics processing units, MapReduce, gaming consoles, Z, multicore, temporal logic of actions

4 published by ACM
March 2010 SIGCSE '10: Proceedings of the 41st ACM technical symposium on Computer science education
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Although Moore's Law continues to hold at present, Moore's Dividend - where software developers could rely on increasingly faster CPUs to make their software faster - has expired [5]. Instead of manufacturing uni-core CPUs with faster clocks, hardware manufacturers are producing multi-core CPUs, and many-core CPUs (with 32 or more ...
Keywords: concurrency, curriculum, faculty, languages, many-core, multi-core, parallel, programming, training, workshops

5 published by ACM
March 2009 SIGCSE '09: Proceedings of the 40th ACM technical symposium on Computer science education
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Keywords: curriculum design, parallel programming
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March 2009  ACM SIGCSE Bulletin - SIGCSE '09: Volume 41 Issue 1, March 2009

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September 2008 Computing in Science and Engineering: Volume 10 Issue 5, September 2008
Publisher: IEEE Educational Activities Department
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Most current models for delivering HPC education, outreach, and training lack support for the next generation of HPC users. The authors present lessons learned in developing and disseminating HPC-enabled tools and curriculum, including their efforts at developing low-cost hardware, software, and curricular platforms for easy classroom and workshop deployment.
Keywords: Collaborative learning, education, computing milieux, computer-assisted instruction, distance learning, computational science education, high-performance computing, HPC in Education, distance learning, HPC in Education, computational science education, high-performance computing, Collaborative learning, computer-assisted instruction, computing milieux, education

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September 2008 Computing in Science and Engineering: Volume 10 Issue 5, September 2008
Publisher: IEEE Educational Activities Department
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Many successful efforts are currently addressing the critical shortage of a diverse, well-prepared high-performance computing (HPC) workforce. The guest editors' goal, with this issue, is to stimulate large-scale international discourse to accelerate the adoption of the educational tools, curriculum, and pedagogy that reflect the increasing role of computational methods in ...
Keywords: education, large-scale computing, petascale computing, CiSE, HPC, HPC, high-performance computing, education, large-scale computing, petascale computing, computational science, computational science engineering, CiSE, computational science, computational science engineering, high-performance computing

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August 2007 IEEE Distributed Systems Online: Volume 8 Issue 8, August 2007
Publisher: IEEE Educational Activities Department
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If high-performance computing in community colleges seems odd, HPC in high schools is even stranger. This article will help readers grok the nature of the author's version of high school HPC.
Keywords: high-performance computing, community colleges, high school curriculum

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May 2006 Computing in Science and Engineering: Volume 8 Issue 3, May 2006
Publisher: IEEE Educational Activities Department
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The simplicity of ingredients would amaze even the three wyrd sisters, as would the resultant mixture's power and versatility: start with a little BSD "ports" and a smidgen of Gentoo's "emerge," and then blend in a pinch of Linux-from-scratch and a healthy dollop of crosstool. Upon forging the edaphic build ...
Keywords: CD, bootable disk, BCCD, BCCD, bootable disk, CD

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April 2006 IEEE Distributed Systems Online: Volume 7 Issue 4, April 2006
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Although most community colleges don't have high-performance computing programs, a consortium of four community colleges developed an HPC curriculum with help from the US National Science Foundation. Contra Costa College's HPC program is vocational, training students to be Linux cluster administrators. Courses also prepare students for various Computing Technology Industry ...
Keywords: high-performance computing, HPC, Linux, community college, education

11 published by ACM
March 2006 PPoPP '06: Proceedings of the eleventh ACM SIGPLAN symposium on Principles and practice of parallel programming
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In 2002, we first brought High Performance Computing (HPC) methods to the college classroom as a way to enrich Computational Science education. Through the years, we have continued to facilitate college faculty in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines to stay current with HPC methodologies. We have accomplished this ...
Keywords: diskless clusters, high performance computing education, parallel computing education, parallel computing environments, performance analysis of parallel or distributed software, tools for developing parallel or distributed software

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October 2000 SIGUCCS '00: Proceedings of the 28th annual ACM SIGUCCS conference on User services: Building the future
Publisher: ACM
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