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N-Body Simulation and Collective Communication (SC '08 Education Program's Workshop on Parallel & Cluster Computing)
An N-body problem is a problem involving N “bodies” – that is, particles (e.g., stars, atoms) – each of which applies a force to all of the others. For example, if you have N stars, then each of the N stars exerts a ...
Monte Carlo Simulation (SC '08 Education Program's Workshop on Parallel & Cluster Computing)
An application is known as embarrassingly parallel if its parallel implementation: can straightforwardly be broken up into roughly equal amounts of work per processor, AND has minimal parallel overhead (e.g., communication ...
OSCER State of the Center Address 2002
The State of the OU Supercomputing Center for Education & Research (OSCER)
Supercomputing in plain English : teaching high performance computing to inexperienced programmers
Oct 24 2002 Supercomputing in Plain English: Teaching High Performance Computing to Inexperienced Programmers (paper)