cs240a-introduction

cs240a-introduction - CS 240A Applied Parallel Computing...

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CS 240A Applied Parallel Computing John R. Gilbert gilbert@cs.ucsb.edu http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~cs240a Thanks to Kathy Yelick and Jim Demmel at UCB for some of their slides.
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Course bureacracy Read course home page http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~cs240a/homepage.html Join Google discussion group (see course home page) Accounts on Triton, San Diego Supercomputing Center: Use “ ssh –keygen –t rsa ” and then email your “ id_rsa.pub ” file to Stefan Boeriu, stefan@engineering.ucsb.edu If you weren’t signed up for the course as of last week, email me your registration info right away Triton logon demo & tool intro coming soon– watch Google group for details
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Homework 1 See course home page for details. Find an application of parallel computing and build a web page describing it. Choose something from your research area. Or from the web or elsewhere. Create a web page describing the application. Describe the application and provide a reference (or link) Describe the platform where this application was run Find peak and LINPACK performance for the platform and its rank on the TOP500 list Find the performance of your selected application What ratio of sustained to peak performance is reported? Evaluate the project: How did the application scale, ie was speed
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