CSE721 Homework 3
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Answer to question number 1 (Problem 4.3)
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Term Project
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Homework 1
Due 9:00am, Tuesday, 1/18/2011 (submit via Carmen) 1. (10 points) Problem 2.3 from text 2. (20 points) Problem 2.10 from text 3. (15 points) Problem 2.11 from text 4. (1
CSE721 Winter 2011 Homework 2 Naser Sedaghati (200116698)
Problem1: 4.3 from text
1) Run time for case a): Standard alltoall broadcast time on the ring: T = (P 1) (ts + m* tw) 2) Run time for case b
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Homework 2
Due 1/26/2011, 3:30pm (Submit via Carmen) 1. (10 points) Problem 4.3 from text 2. (15 points) Problem 4.5 from text 3. (15 points) Problem 4.6 from text 4. (15 points) P
CSE 721
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Homework 3
Due 2/2/2011, 3:30pm (Submit via Carmen) 1. (25 points) Problem 5.3 from text 2. (25 points) Problem 5.5 from text 3. (25 points) Problem 5.9 from text 4. (25 points) Pr
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