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Using virtual processors for SPMD parallel programs 1.0
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Using virtual processors for SPMD parallel programs 1.0
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Using virtual processors for SPMD parallel programs 1.0 Description
Description: In this paper I describe some results on the use of virtual processors technology for parallelize some SPMD computational programs. The tested technology is the INTEL Hyper Threading on real processors, and the programs are MATLAB scripts for floating points computation. The conclusions of the work concern on the utility and limits of the used approach. The main result is that using virtual processors is a good technique for improving parallel programs not only for memory-based computations, but in the case of massive disk-storage operations too.

Paper submitted to ArXiv archive, www.arxiv.org, december 21, 2003.

License: Shareware

Related: Improving, Parallel, memorybased, technique, Limits, Approach, result, Computations, massive

O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X

File Size: 81.9 KB

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