3 edition of Large-Scale Scientific Computing found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Ivan Lirkov, Svetozar Margenov, Jerzy Waśniewski|
|Series||Lecture Notes in Computer Science -- 7116|
|Contributions||Margenov, Svetozar, Waśniewski, Jerzy, 1931-, SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
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Description Large Scale Scientific Computation is a collection of papers that deals with specialized architectural considerations, efficient use of existing computers, software developments, large scale projects in diverse disciplines, and mathematical approaches to basic algorithmic problems.
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Tolk  uses these insights to show the epistemological constraints of computer-based simulation research. A basic familiarity with undergraduate level mathematics and statistics is expected but not strictly required.
As a consequence, interest more and more focusses on such numerical methods that can be expected to cope with large scale computational problems. Participants included applied scientists with computational interests, numerical analysts, and experts on modern parallel computers.
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These standard components allow the construction of high speed parallel systems in the petascale range at a reasonable cost. The large scale distributed computing, which encompasses the concepts, models, patterns, technologies, systems, platforms, and applications, is the subject of this book.
In Chapter 3 we analyze current existing work in enabling high-performance communications in large scale distributed systems, presenting specific problems and existing solutions, as well as several future trends.
The access pattern of the shared L2 cache, which is dependent on how the application schedules and assigns processing work to each thread, can either enhance or hurt the ability to hide memory latency on a multi-core processor. Resource management is a central component in large scale systems.
While several issues related to scalability are still waiting for adequate solutions, some of successful large scale distributed systems and platforms incorporate stable, proved, innovative concepts and implementations which might constitute the subject of a book on this domain.
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Also it provides concrete cases of use in the actual distributed systems and platforms and clarifies the relation between the architecture and the enabling technology used in its instantiation.
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