Scientific Computing on Supercomputers II

Willi Schönauer and Reinhard Strebler Rechenzentrum der Universität Karlsruhe, Postfach 6980, D-7500 Karlsruhe 1, F.R.G. ABSTRACT The requirements for a supercomputer in a versatile engineering scientific computing environment are ...

Author: J.T. Devreese

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Category: Technology & Engineering

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The International Workshop on "The Use of Supercomputers in Theoretical Science" took place on November 29 and 30, 1989 at the University of Antwerp (UIA), Antwerpen, Belgium. It was the fifth in a series of workshops, the first of which took place in 1984. The principal aim of these workshops is to present the state-of-the-art in scientific large scale and high speed computation. Computational science has developed into a third methodology equally important now as its theoretical and experimental companions. Gradually academic researchers acquired access to a variety of supercomputers and as a consequence computational science has become a major tool for their work. It is a pleasure to thank the Belgian National Science Foundation (NFWO-FNRS) and the Ministry of Scientific Affairs for sponsoring the workshop. It was organized both in the framework of the Third Cycle "Vectorization, Parallel Processing and Supercomputers" and the "Governemental Program in Information Technology"~ We also very much would like to thank the University of Antwerp (Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen - UIA) for financial and material support. Special thanks are due to Mrs. H. Evans for the typing and editing of the manuscripts and for the preparation of the author and subject index.
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Scientific Computing on Supercomputers III

REFERENCES 1. W.H. Press, B.P. Flannery, S.A. Teukolsky and W.T. Vetterling, "Numerical Recipes: The Art of Scientific Computing", Cambridge (1986). 2. R.W. Hockney and C.R. Jesshope, Parallel Computers 2, Adam Hilger, Bristol (1988).

Author: J.T. Devreese

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ISBN: 9781489925817

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The International Workshop on "The Use of Supercomputers in Theoretical Science" took place on January 24 and 25, 1991, at the University of Antwerp (UIA), Antwerpen, Belgium. It was the sixth in a series of workshops, the fIrst of which took place in 1984. The principal aim of these workshops is to present the state of the art in scientific large-scale and high speed-computation. Computational science has developed into a third methodology equally important now as its theoretical and experimental companions. Gradually academic researchers acquired access to a variety of supercomputers and as a consequence computational science has become a major tool for their work. It is a pleasure to thank the Belgian National Science Foundation (NFWO-FNRS) and the Ministry of ScientifIc Affairs for sponsoring the workshop. It was organized both in the framework of the Third Cycle "Vectorization, Parallel Processing and Supercomputers" and the "Governemental Program in Information Technology". We also very much would like to thank the University of Antwerp (Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen -VIA) for fInancial and material support. Special thanks are due to Mrs. H. Evans for the typing and editing of the manuscripts and for the preparation of the author and subject indexes. J.T. Devreese P.E. Van Camp University of Antwerp July 1991 v CONlENTS High Perfonnance Numerically Intensive Applications on Distributed Memory Parallel Computers .................... . F.W. Wray Abstract ......................................... .
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Scientific Computing on Supercomputers

97 II . SUPERCOMPUTER LANGUAGES AND ALGORITHMS Design of Numerical Algorithms for Supercomputers. . . . . . . . . . 101 D. J. Evans 1. Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 2.

Author: J.T. Devreese

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ISBN: 9781461308195

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The International Workshops on "The Use of Supercomputers in Theoretical Science" have become a tradition at the Univer sity of Antwerp, Belgium. The first one took place in 1984. This volume combines the proceedings of the second work shop (December 12, 1985), of the third (June 16, 1987) and of the fourth (June 9, 1988). The principal aim of the International Workshops is to present the state-of-the-art in scientific high speed computa tion. Indeed, during the past ten years computational science has become a third methodology with merits equal to the theo retical and experimental sciences. Regretfully, access to supercomputers remains limited for academic researchers. None theless, supercomputers have become a major tool for scientists in a wide variety of scientific fields, and they lead to a realistic solution of problems that could not be solved a decade ago. It is a pleasure to thank the Belgian National Science Foundation (NFWO-FNRS) for the sponsoring of all the workshops. These workshops are organized in the framework of the Third Cy cle "Vectorization, Parallel Processing and Supercomputers", which is also funded by the NFWO-FNRS. The other sponsor I want to thank is the University of Antwerp, where the workshops took place. The University of Antwerp (UIA), together with the NFWO-FNRS, are also the main sponsors of the ALPHA-project, which gives the scientists of Belgium the opportunity to obtain an easy supercomputer connection.
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Applications of Supercomputers in Engineering II

Conf. on Supercomputing, Cologne, Germany, June 17 - 21, 1991. H. Häfner, W. Schönauer, Micro-measurements of the CRAY Y-MP and models for memory contention, submitted to Sympos. for High Performance Computation, Montpellier, France, ...

Author: C.A. Brebbia

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This book comprises an edited version of the Proceedings of the 2nd Interna tional Conference on Applications of Supercomputers in Engineering which took place at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA during August 1991. The Conference was organized by the Wessex Insti tute of Technology, Southampton, UK with the support of the International Society for Boundary Elements. The first International Conference on Ap plications of Supercomputers in Engineering held in Southampton, UK in September 1989 was a very successful meeting and the resulting Conference Proceedings are now widely distributed throughout the world. The revolutionary aspects of the next generation of computers are now fully recognised by many engineers and scientists. Vector and parallel computers form the basis of the computing power needed to address the complex prob lems with which engineers are faced. The new machines not only increase the size of the problems which can be solved, but also require a different computational approach to obtain the most efficient results.
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Frontiers of Supercomputing II

Overview of Industrial Supercomputing Kenneth W. Neves Kenneth W. Neves is a Technical Fellow of the Boeing Company ( in the discipline of scientific computing ) and Manager of Research and Development Programs for the Technology ...

Author: Karyn R Ames

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520084012

Category: Business & Economics

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"Will be welcomed by many communities--academic, federal, and industrial. With new and little-known information on high-performance computing, it is the great compendium describing the last seven years of activities and looking to the future."--Charles Bender, Director, The Ohio Supercomputer Center "A valuable resource and an important contribution to thinking in this area. . . . I am impressed with the scope and coherence of this material, ranging from technical projections to the political context to market and user perspectives on supercomputers and supercomputing."--James G. Glimm, State University of New York at Stonybrook
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Visualization in Scientific Computing

10 Supercomputing Visualization Systems for Scientific Data Analysis and Their Applications to Meteorology Philip C. Chen ABSTRACT Two supercomputer-based scientific visualization systems implemented over a halfyear period are augmented ...

Author: Michel Grave

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ISBN: 9783642779022

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Visualization in scientific computing is getting more and more attention from many people. Especially in relation with the fast increase of com puting power, graphic tools are required in many cases for interpreting and presenting the results of various simulations, or for analyzing physical phenomena. The Eurographics Working Group on Visualization in Scientific Com puting has therefore organized a first workshop at Electricite de France (Clamart) in cooperation with ONERA (Chatillon). A wide range of pa pers were selected in order to cover most of the topics of interest for the members of the group, for this first edition, and 26 of them were presented in two days. Subsequently 18 papers were selected for this volume. 1'he presentations were organized in eight small sessions, in addition to discussions in small subgroups. The first two sessions were dedicated to the specific needs for visualization in computational sciences: the need for graphics support in large computing centres and high performance net works, needs of research and education in universities and academic cen tres, and the need for effective and efficient ways of integrating numerical computations or experimental data and graphics. Three of those papers are in Part I of this book. The third session discussed the importance and difficulties of using stan dards in visualization software, and was related to the fourth session where some reference models and distributed graphics systems were discussed. Part II has five papers from these sessions.
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Supercomputers

REPORT OF THE FOCSET WORKING GROUP ON ACCESS TO SUPERCOMPUTERS II . Present Status of Scientific Computing Background The Issue During the decade of the 1970's , the government laboratories rapidly began to acquire supercomputers ...

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Selected Papers from the Second Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing

[ 7 ] — Good approximation by splines with variable knots II , in Lecture Notes in Mathematics 363 , Springer - Verlag ... [ 16 ] J. S. Kowalik , Ed . , Parallel MIMD Computation : the HEP Supercomputer and its Applications , MIT Press ...

Author: Charles William Gear

Publisher: SIAM

ISBN: 0898712165

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Proceedings -- Parallel Computing.
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High Speed and Large Scale Scientific Computing

The supercomputing center at KISTI began as the KIST (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) computer ... SMP (Symmetric Multiprocessing) Cluster system System Item Phase I Phase II Phase I Phase II Manufacturer & Model IBM p 595 ...

Author: Wolfgang Gentzsch

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ISBN: 9781607500735

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Summary: This work combines selected papers from a July 2008 workshop held in Cetraro, Italy, with invited papers by international contributors. Material is in sections on algorithms and scheduling, architectures, GRID technologies, cloud technologies, information processing and applications, and HPC and GRID infrastructures for e-science. B&w maps, images, and screenshots are used to illustrate topics such as nondeterministic coordination using S-Net, cloud computing for on-demand grid resource provisioning, grid computing for financial applications, and the evolution of research and education networks and their essential role in modern science. There is no subject index. The book's readership includes computer scientists, IT engineers, and managers interested in the future development of grids, clouds, and large-scale computing. Gentzsch is affiliated with the DEISA Project and Open Grid Forum, Germany.
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Large Scale Scientific Computing

very large environmental models on the computers available at present even when the above three conditions are satisfied. The treatment of UNI–DEM on different supercomputers is discussed in [2,5,6,16,17,18,19,20].

Author: Ivan Lirkov

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The 7th International Conference on Large-Scale Scienti?c Computations (LSSC 2009) was held in Sozopol, Bulgaria, June 4–8, 2009. The conference was organized and sponsored by the Institute for Parallel Processing at the B- garian Academy of Sciences. The conference was devoted to the 70th birthday anniversary of Professor Zahari Zlatev. The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences awarded him the Marin Drinov medal on ribbon for his outstanding results in environmental mat- matics and for his contributions to the Bulgarian mathematical society and the Academy of Sciences. The plenary invited speakers and lectures were: – P. Arbenz, “?Finite Element Analysis of Human Bone Structures” – Y. Efendiev, “Mixed Multiscale Finite Element Methods Using Limited Global Information” – U. Langer, “Fast Solvers for Non-Linear Time-Harmonic Problems” – T. Manteu?el, “First-Order System Least-Squares Approach to Resistive Magnetohydrodynamic Equations” – K. Sabelfeld, “Stochastic Simulation for Solving Random Boundary Value Problems and Some Applications” – F. Tro ¨ltzsch,“OnFinite ElementErrorEstimatesforOptimalControlPr- lems with Elliptic PDEs” – Z. Zlatev, “On Some Stability Properties of the Richardson Extrapolation Applied Together with the ?-method” The success of the conference and the present volume in particular are an outcome of the joint e?orts of many partnersfrom various institutions and or- nizations. Firstwe wouldlike to thank allthe membersofthe Scienti?c Comm- tee for their valuable contribution forming the scienti?c face of the conference, as well as for their help in reviewing contributed papers. We especially thank the organizers of the special sessions.
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