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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Programming Models and Applications in HPC Systems

SESSION: BE Session IVB: Parallel Programming - Introduction Sessions

EVENT TYPE: HPC Interconnections (BE, Undergraduates, Cluster)

TIME: 11:00AM - 11:30AM

SESSION CHAIR: Tony Drummond

Presenter(s):Khaled Ibrahim

ROOM:290

ABSTRACT:

The architectural trends in HPC systems show increase in heterogeneity, decrease in physical memory per core, increase in core count per node, and the possibility of having slower cores. These trends exacerbate the need to support hybrid programming models within the same system.
In this talk, we visit the dominant programming models in HPC systems including the MPI two-sided, the PGAS one-sided, and the accelerator-based models. We discuss how these programming models influence the application development strategy, for instance for maintaining data consistency, structuring communication, decomposing tasks, and managing the data layout.

Chair/Presenter Details:

Tony Drummond (Chair) - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Khaled Ibrahim - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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