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📒High Performance Computing ✍ Thomas Sterling
✏High Performance Computing Book Summary : High Performance Computing: Modern Systems and Practices is a fully comprehensive and easily accessible treatment of high performance computing, covering fundamental concepts and essential knowledge while also providing key skills training. With this book, domain scientists will learn how to use supercomputers as a key tool in their quest for new knowledge. In addition, practicing engineers will discover how supercomputers can employ HPC systems and methods to the design and simulation of innovative products, and students will begin their careers with an understanding of possible directions for future research and development in HPC. Those who maintain and administer commodity clusters will find this textbook provides essential coverage of not only what HPC systems do, but how they are used. Covers enabling technologies, system architectures and operating systems, parallel programming languages and algorithms, scientific visualization, correctness and performance debugging tools and methods, GPU accelerators and big data problems Provides numerous examples that explore the basics of supercomputing, while also providing practical training in the real use of high-end computers Helps users with informative and practical examples that build knowledge and skills through incremental steps Features sidebars of background and context to present a live history and culture of this unique field Includes online resources, such as recorded lectures from the authors’ HPC courses
📒Parallel I O For High Performance Computing ✍ John M. May
✏Parallel I O for High Performance Computing Book Summary : "I enjoyed reading this book immensely. The author was uncommonly careful in his explanations. I'd recommend this book to anyone writing scientific application codes." -Peter S. Pacheco, University of San Francisco "This text provides a useful overview of an area that is currently not addressed in any book. The presentation of parallel I/O issues across all levels of abstraction is this book's greatest strength." -Alan Sussman, University of Maryland Scientific and technical programmers can no longer afford to treat I/O as an afterthought. The speed, memory size, and disk capacity of parallel computers continue to grow rapidly, but the rate at which disk drives can read and write data is improving far less quickly. As a result, the performance of carefully tuned parallel programs can slow dramatically when they read or write files-and the problem is likely to get far worse. Parallel input and output techniques can help solve this problem by creating multiple data paths between memory and disks. However, simply adding disk drives to an I/O system without considering the overall software design will not significantly improve performance. To reap the full benefits of a parallel I/O system, application programmers must understand how parallel I/O systems work and where the performance pitfalls lie. Parallel I/O for High Performance Computing directly addresses this critical need by examining parallel I/O from the bottom up. This important new book is recommended to anyone writing scientific application codes as the best single source on I/O techniques and to computer scientists as a solid up-to-date introduction to parallel I/O research. Features: An overview of key I/O issues at all levels of abstraction-including hardware, through the OS and file systems, up to very high-level scientific libraries. Describes the important features of MPI-IO, netCDF, and HDF-5 and presents numerous examples illustrating how to use each of these I/O interfaces. Addresses the basic question of how to read and write data efficiently in HPC applications. An explanation of various layers of storage - and techniques for using disks (and sometimes tapes) effectively in HPC applications.
📒High Performance Computing ✍ Thomas Sterling
✏High Performance Computing Book Summary : High Performance Computing: Modern Systems and Practices is a fully comprehensive and easily accessible treatment of high performance computing, covering fundamental concepts and essential knowledge while also providing key skills training. With this book, domain scientists will learn how to use supercomputers as a key tool in their quest for new knowledge. In addition, practicing engineers will discover how supercomputers can employ HPC systems and methods to the design and simulation of innovative products, and students will begin their careers with an understanding of possible directions for future research and development in HPC. Those who maintain and administer commodity clusters will find this textbook provides essential coverage of not only what HPC systems do, but how they are used. Covers enabling technologies, system architectures and operating systems, parallel programming languages and algorithms, scientific visualization, correctness and performance debugging tools and methods, GPU accelerators and big data problems Provides numerous examples that explore the basics of supercomputing, while also providing practical training in the real use of high-end computers Helps users with informative and practical examples that build knowledge and skills through incremental steps Features sidebars of background and context to present a live history and culture of this unique field Includes online resources, such as recorded lectures from the authors' HPC courses
📒Software Optimization For High Performance Computing ✍ Kevin R. Wadleigh
✏Software Optimization for High performance Computing Book Summary : The hands-on guide to high-performance coding and algorithm optimization. This hands-on guide to software optimization introduces state-of-the-art solutions for every key aspect of software performance - both code-based and algorithm-based. Two leading HP software performance experts offer comparative optimization strategies for RISC and for the new Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing (EPIC) design used in Intel IA-64 processors. Using many practical examples, they offer specific techniques for: Predicting and measuring performance - and identifying your best optimization opportunities Storage optimization: cache, system memory, virtual memory, and I/0 Parallel processing: distributed-memory and shared-memory (SMP and ccNUMA) Compilers and loop optimization Enhancing parallelism: compiler directives, threads, and message passing Mathematical libraries and algorithms Whether you're a developer, ISV, or technical researcher, if you need to optimize high-performance software on today's leading processors, one book delivers the advanced techniques and code examples you need: Software Optimization for High Performance Computing.
📒High Performance Computing ✍ United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science. Subcommittee on Basic Research
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📒High Performance Computing And Networking ✍ Wolfgang Gentzsch
✏High Performance Computing and Networking Book Summary : The conference, coorganized by INRIA and Ecole des Mines de Paris, focuses on Discrete Event Systems (DES) and is aimed at engineers, scientists and mathematicians working in the fields of Automatic Control, Operations Research and Statistics who are interested in the modelling, analysis and optimization of DES. Various methods such as Automata theory, Petri nets, etc. are proposed to describe and analyze such systems. Comparison of these different mathematical approaches and the global confrontation of theoretical approaches with applications in manufacturing, telecommunications, parallel computing, transportation, etc. are the goals of the conference.
📒High Performance Computing For Computational Science Vecpar 2008 ✍ José M. Laginha M. Palma
✏High Performance Computing for Computational Science VECPAR 2008 Book Summary : VECPAR is an international conference series dedicated to the promotion and advancement of all aspects of high-performance computing for computational science, as an industrial technique and academic discipline, extending the fr- tier of both the state of the art and the state of practice. The audience and participants of VECPAR are researchers in academic departments, government laboratories and industrial organizations. There is now a permanent website for the conference series inhttp://vecpar.fe.up.pt where the history of the conference is described. The8theditionofVECPARwasorganizedinToulouse(France),June24–27, 2008. It was the third time the conference was celebrated outside Porto after Valencia (Spain) in2004andRio deJaneiro(Brazil)in 2006. Theconferenceprogrammeconsistedof6invitedtalksand53acceptedpapers out of 73 contributions that were initially submitted. The major themes are divided into: – Large-ScaleSimulationsandNumericalAlgorithmsinComputerScienceand Engineering (aerospace, earth, environment, ?nance, geoscience) – Computing in Healthcare and Biosciences – Multiscale and Multiphysics Problems – Cluster Computing and Grid Computing – Data-Centric and High-Productivity Computing – Cooperative Engineering – Problem-Solving Environments – Imaging and Graphics Twoworkshops,inadditiontotutorials,wereorganizedbeforetheconference: HPDGrid 2008—InternationalWorkshoponHigh-PerformanceDataMana- ment in Grid Environments on June 24 and Sparse Days at CERFACS on June 23 and 24. The most signi?cant contributions are made available in the present book, edited after the conference and after a second review of all orally presented papers at VECPAR 2008 and at the workshops.
📒High Performance Computing ✍ Michèle Weiland
✏High Performance Computing Book Summary : This book constitutes the refereed post-conference proceedings of 13 workshops held at the 34th International ISC High Performance 2019 Conference, in Frankfurt, Germany, in June 2019: HPC I/O in the Data Center (HPC-IODC), Workshop on Performance & Scalability of Storage Systems (WOPSSS), Workshop on Performance & Scalability of Storage Systems (WOPSSS), 13th Workshop on Virtualization in High-Performance Cloud Computing (VHPC '18), 3rd International Workshop on In Situ Visualization: Introduction and Applications, ExaComm: Fourth International Workshop on Communication Architectures for HPC, Big Data, Deep Learning and Clouds at Extreme Scale, International Workshop on OpenPOWER for HPC (IWOPH18), IXPUG Workshop: Many-core Computing on Intel, Processors: Applications, Performance and Best-Practice Solutions, Workshop on Sustainable Ultrascale Computing Systems, Approximate and Transprecision Computing on Emerging Technologies (ATCET), First Workshop on the Convergence of Large Scale Simulation and Artificial Intelligence, 3rd Workshop for Open Source Supercomputing (OpenSuCo), First Workshop on Interactive High-Performance Computing, Workshop on Performance Portable Programming Models for Accelerators (P^3MA). The 48 full papers included in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected. They cover all aspects of research, development, and application of large-scale, high performance experimental and commercial systems. Topics include HPC computer architecture and hardware; programming models, system software, and applications; solutions for heterogeneity, reliability, power efficiency of systems; virtualization and containerized environments; big data and cloud computing; and artificial intelligence.
📒High Performance Computing And Communications ✍ Michael Gerndt
✏High Performance Computing and Communications Book Summary : Welcome to the proceedings of the 2006 International Conference on High- Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC 2006), which was held in Munich, Germany, September 13–15, 2006. This year’s conference marks the second edition of the HPCC conference series, and we are honored to serve as the Chairmen of this event with the guidance of the HPCC Steering Chairs, Beniamino Di Martino and Laurence T. Yang. Withthe rapidgrowthincomputingandcommunicationtechnology,thepast decadehas witnessed a proliferationof powerfulparallelanddistributed systems and an ever-increasing demand for the practice of high-performance computing and communication (HPCC). HPCC has moved into the mainstream of c- puting and has become a key technology in future research and development activities in many academic and industrial branches, especially when the so- tion of large and complex problems must cope with very tight time constraints. The HPCC 2006 conference provides a forum for engineers and scientists in academia, industry, and governmentto address all resulting profound challenges and to present and discuss their new ideas, research results, applications, and experience on all aspects of HPCC. There was a very large number of paper submissions (328), not only from Europe, but also from Asia and the Paci?c, and North and South America. This number of submissions represents a substantial increase of contributions compared to the ?rst year of HPCC, which clearly underlines the importance of this domain. AllsubmissionswerereviewedbyatleastthreeProgramCommitteemembers or external reviewers. It was extremely di?cult to select the presentations for theconferencebecausethereweresomanyexcellentandinterestingsubmissions.
📒High Performance Computing And Applications ✍ Wu Zhang
✏High Performance Computing and Applications Book Summary : This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the Second International Conference on High Performance Computing and Applications, HPCA 2009, held in Shangahi, China, in August 2009. The 71 revised papers presented together with 10 invited presentations were carefully selected from 324 submissions. The papers cover topics such as numerical algorithms and solutions; high performance and grid computing; novel approaches to high performance computing; massive data storage and processsing; and hardware acceleration.