Recent Advances in the Message Passing Interface

Recent Advances in the Message Passing Interface

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Parallel Computing is at the verge of a new era. Multi-core processors make parallel computing a fundamental skill required by all computer scientists. At the same time, high-end systems have surpassed the Peta?op barrier, and s- ni?cant e?orts are devoted to the development of hardware and software te- nologies for the next-generation Exascale systems. To reach this next stage, processor architectures, high-speed interconnects and programming models will go through dramatic changes. The Message Passing Interface (MPI) has been the most widespread programming model for parallel systems of today. A key questions of upcoming Exascale systems is whether and how MPI has to evolve inordertomeettheperformanceandproductivitydemandsofExascalesystems. EuroMPI is the successor of the EuroPVM/MPI series, a ?agship conf- ence for this community, established as the premier international forum for - searchers, usersandvendorsto presenttheir latestadvancesinMPIandmessage th passingsystemingeneral.The17 EuropeanMPIusersgroupmeetingwasheld in Stuttgart during September 12-15, 2010.The conferencewasorganizedbythe High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart at the University of Stuttgart. ThepreviousconferenceswereheldinEspoo(2009), Dublin(2008), Paris(2007), Bonn(2006), Sorrento(2005), Budapest(2004), Venice(2003), Linz(2002), S- torini (2001), Balatonfured (2000), Barcelona (1999), Liverpool (1998), Krakow (1997), Munich (1996), Lyon (1995) and Rome (1994). The main topics of the conference were message-passing systems a€“ especially MPI, performance, scalability and reliability issues on very large scale systems.The union is computed by scanning through the processors of G2 setting bit mj in the work array, next scanningthrough G1 resettingbit mi, then listing the processors of G1 in order followed by the processors of G2 in order for which the anbsp;...


Title:Recent Advances in the Message Passing Interface
Author: Rainer Keller
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-09-02
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