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May 1991 ICSE '91: Proceedings of the 13th international conference on Software engineering
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
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October 1986 SAC '86: Proceedings of the 1986 workshop on Applied computing
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May 2016 HPDC '16: Proceedings of the 25th ACM International Symposium on High-Performance Parallel and Distributed Computing
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In this talk we will look at the current state of high performance computing and look at the next stage of extreme computing. With extreme computing there will be fundamental changes in the character of floating point arithmetic and data movement. In this talk we will look at how extreme ...
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December 1983 ACM SIGARCH Computer Architecture News: Volume 11 Issue 5, December 1983
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In this note we compare a number of different computer systems for solving dense systems of linear equations using the LINPACK software in a Fortran environment. There are about 50 computers compared, ranging from a Cray X-MP to the 68000 based systems such as the Apollo and SUN Workstations.
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June 1992 ACM SIGARCH Computer Architecture News: Volume 20 Issue 3, June 1992
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This report compares the performance of different computer systems in solving dense systems of linear equations. The comparison involves approximately a hundred computers, ranging from a CRAY Y-MP to scientific workstations such as the Apollo and Sun to IBM PCs.
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May 2012 ATIP '12: Proceedings of the ATIP/A*CRC Workshop on Accelerator Technologies for High-Performance Computing: Does Asia Lead the Way?
Publisher: A*STAR Computational Resource Centre
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March 1990 ACM SIGARCH Computer Architecture News: Volume 18 Issue 1, March 1990
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This report compares the performance of different computer systems in solving dense systems of linear equations. The comparison involves approximately a hundred computers, ranging from a CRAY Y-MP to scientific workstations such as the Apollo and Sun to IBM PCs.
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March 1988 ACM SIGARCH Computer Architecture News: Volume 16 Issue 1, March, 1988
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This note compares the performance of different computer systems while solving dense systems of linear equations using the LINPACK software in a Fortran environment. About 100 computers, ranging from a CRAY X-MP to the 68000 based systems such as the Apollo and SUN Workstations to IBM PC's, are compared.
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December 1982 ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS): Volume 8 Issue 4, Dec. 1982
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Keywords: eigensystem improvement, iterative method, matrix eigensystems
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January 1992 ACM SIGNUM Newsletter: Volume 27 Issue 1, Jan. 1992
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LAPACK is a transportable library of Fortran 77 subroutines for solving the most common problems in numerical linear algebra: systems of linear equations, linear least squares problems, eigenvalue problems, and singular value problems. It has been designed to be efficient on a wide range of modern high-performance computers.
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March 1985 ACM SIGARCH Computer Architecture News: Volume 13 Issue 1, March 1985
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This note compares the performance of different computer systems while solving dense systems of linear equations using the LINPACK software in a Fortran environment. About 100 computers, ranging from a CRAY X-MP to the 68000 based systems such as the Apollo and SUN Workstations to IBM PC's, are compared.
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January 1984 ACM SIGNUM Newsletter: Volume 19 Issue 1, January 1984
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In this note we compare a number of different computer systems for solving dense systems of linear equations using the LINPACK software in a Fortran environment. There are about 50 computers compared, ranging from a Cray X-MP to the 68000 based systems such as the Apollo and SUN workstations.
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June 2012 SPAA '12: Proceedings of the twenty-fourth annual ACM symposium on Parallelism in algorithms and architectures
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GPU-based heterogeneous clusters continue to draw attention from vendors and HPC users due to their high energy efficiency and much improved single-node computational performance, however, there is little parallel software available that can utilize all CPU cores and all GPUs on the heterogeneous system efficiently. On a heterogeneous cluster, the ...
Keywords: distributed runtime, heterogeneous clusters, hybrid CPU-GPU architectures, linear algebra, manycore scheduling
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April 2006 IPDPS'06: Proceedings of the 20th international conference on Parallel and distributed processing
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As the size of today's high performance computers increases from hundreds, to thousands, and even tens of thousands of processors, node failures in these computers are becoming frequent events. Although checkpoint/rollbaek-reovery is the typical technique to tolerate such failures, it often introduces a considerable overhead. Algorithm-based fault tolerance is a ...
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November 2006 SC '06: Proceedings of the 2006 ACM/IEEE conference on Supercomputing
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We are on the verge of a paradigm shift with our software for the new multicore architectures and there is no free lunch for conventional software. Power consumption and heat dissipation issues are pushing the microprocessor industry towards multicore design patterns. With the number of cores on multicore chips expected ...
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June 2014 ICS '14: Proceedings of the 28th ACM international conference on Supercomputing
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While the growing number of cores per chip allows researchers to solve larger scientific and engineering problems, the parallel efficiency of the deployed parallel software starts to decrease. This unscalability problem happens to both vendor-provided and open-source software and wastes CPU cycles and energy. By expecting CPUs with hundreds of ...
Keywords: manycore systems, numa, performance analysis, runtime system
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May 2012 ATIP '12: Proceedings of the ATIP/A*CRC Workshop on Accelerator Technologies for High-Performance Computing: Does Asia Lead the Way?
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DESCRIPTION LU factorization is an important step in solving systems of linear equations. It is the most computationally intensive step compared to the subsequent backward substitution. Hence, to solve a linear system fast requires performing LU factorization fast. Accelerator-based approach for linear algebra has been steadily gaining attention over recent ...
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June 2001 JGI '01: Proceedings of the 2001 joint ACM-ISCOPE conference on Java Grande
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This paper reports on the design of a FORTRAN-to-Java translator whose target language is the instruction set of the Java Virtual Machine. The goal of the translator is to generate Java implementations of legacy FORTRAN numerical codes in a consistent and reliable fashion. The benefits of directly generating bytecode are ...
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November 2011 SC '11: Proceedings of 2011 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis
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This paper introduces a novel implementation in reducing a symmetric dense matrix to tridiagonal form, which is the preprocessing step toward solving symmetric eigenvalue problems. Based on tile algorithms , the reduction follows a two-stage approach, where the tile matrix is first reduced to symmetric band form prior to the ...
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November 1996 Supercomputing '96: Proceedings of the 1996 ACM/IEEE conference on Supercomputing
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This paper presents a new system, called NetSolve, that allows users to access computational resources, such as hardware and software, distributed across the network. The development of NetSolve was motivated by the need for an easy-to-use, efficient mechanism for using computational resources remotely. Ease of use is obtained as a ...
Keywords: Networking, Heterogeneity, Load Balancing, Client-Server, Fault Tolerance, Numerical Computing, Virtual Library
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