Lecture 2
Fundamentals of parallelism: Address space organization Control mechanism Performance The PRAM
Announcements
Homework #1 has been posted; due next Thursday in class Valkyrie is available - try it out! (See latest web posting) Web board

CSE 260 Homework #1 Due Tuesday 9/26/06 in class
Worth 10 points
1. Tell me about yourself. At what point are you in your graduate studies? What are your research interests? Are there any aspects of your technical background that you'd like to tell

Lecture 16
Irregular problems
Announcements
CSE 260 symposium date and time is set for Friday 12/1 2-5pm CSE Holiday party is Friday Dec 1st, staring at 3pm Need to shift time or date
11/9/06
Scott B. Baden / CSE 260 / Fall 2006
2
Partitionin

Lecture 17
Irregular problems (II)
Announcements
Come see my talk at the "Last Lecture Series"
Wed 11/22 at 12Noon Gallery A, Price Center Free Pizza and Drinks
Office hours on Weds 11/22 delayed to 2pm to 3pm Tuesday's Lecture
Be prepared

Lecture 1
Fundamentals of parallelism models, performance, message passing
Introduction
Your instructor is Scott B. Baden, baden@cs.ucsd.edu Office: room 3244 in EBU3B Office hours: Weds 1pm to 3pm or by appointment The class home page is
http:/

Parallel Multifrontal Methods
Information Sciences Institute, Computational Sciences Division
8 November 2006 Bob Lucas rflucas@isi.edu
Collaborators Over the Years Stanford
Bob Dutton (advisor) & Tom Blank (now Microsoft) Jerry Tiemann (GE CRD) &

Lecture 14
Solving systems of linear equations
Linear systems of equations
A common task in scientific computation is to solve a system of linear equations Often result from of discretizing a differential equation Example: linear system of 2 equ

Lecture 12
Shared memory programming
Announcements
UPC lecture on Thursday
10/31/06
Scott B. Baden/CSE 260/Fall 2006
2
Shared memory programming model
A collection of concurrent instruction streams, called threads, that share memory Each thr

Lecture 11
Shared memory: Architecture and programming
Announcements
Datastar accounts UPC lecture next week
10/26/06
Scott B. Baden/CSE 260/Fall 2006
2
Shared memory architecture
Every processor has direct access to all of memory The addres

Lecture 7
Matrix multiplication - continued Scalability Revisiting communication performance and correctness
Announcements
Dr. Bob Lucas will give a special lecture on sparse matrix linear algebra on Weds 11/8
Meeting time?
There will be only on

Lecture 6
Parallel Print function Matrix multiplication Memory hierarchy optimization MPI Communicators
Announcements Project proposals due today
10/10/06
Scott B. Baden / CSE 260 / Fall 2006
2
Parallel print function
Parallel print facility d

Lecture 5
Higher dimensional iterative methods Performance modeling
Announcements A2 due today - submit hard copy and electronic copy A3 is posted Project proposals due Tuesday Connected component labeling
10/5/06
Scott B. Baden /CSE 260/ Fall

Lecture 4
Writing parallel programs with MPI Measuring performance
Announcements
Wednesday's office hour moved to 1.30 A new version of Ring (Ring_new) that handles linear sequences of message lengths Project proposals due on Tuesday (10/10)
10/

Lecture 3
Programming with Message Passing
Announcements
Office hours change
Weds 1pm to 2pm Thurs 5pm to 6pm
HW #1 was posted : due on Thursday Try and run the "hello" program described in Assignment #2 Read over the Getting Started with Val

CSE 260 Assignment 2 Due Thursday, 10/5/06 in class
Changelog Date 26-Sep-06
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