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WestGrid Seminar - Feb.20
Advanced Topics: MPI programming models
Roman Baranowski, University of British Columbia
12:00 PST / 13:00 MST / 14:00 CST
The main goal of parallel programming is to utilize all processors and minimize the elapsed time of the user program. Message Passing Interface allows users to realize various parallel models such as SPMD (Single program multiple data) and MPMD (Multiple programs multiple data). The focus of this presentation will be on various programming techniques using MPI in designing a parallel program or parallelizing existing serial code. The talk is addressed to all researchers interested in parallel computations in distributed memory environments.
To attend this seminar, please refer to the list of locations to find a participating Access Grid location nearest you: http://www.westgrid.ca/support/training/attending_seminars.
A live stream will not be available for this seminar, but an archive will be made available at: http://www.westgrid.ca/support/training/seminars_2008_spring
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