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Introduction to Parallel Computing 1. The Data Communication Argument 1. Scope of Parallel Computing 1. Applications in Engineering and Design 1. Applications in Computer Systems 1. Organization and Contents of the Text 1. Bibliographic Remarks Problems 2. Parallel Programming Platforms 2. Pipelining and Superscalar Execution 2. Very Long Instruction Word Processors 2.
Impact of Memory Paralell 2. Tradeoffs of Multithreading and Prefetching 2. Dichotomy of Parallel Computing Platforms 2. Control Structure of Parallel Platforms 2.
Physical Organization of Parallel Platforms 2. Interconnection Networks for Parallel Computers 2. Evaluating Static Interconnection Networks 2. Evaluating Dynamic Interconnection Networks 2. Communication Costs in Parallel Machines 2. Routing Mechanisms for Interconnection Networks 2. Bibliographic Remarks Problems 3. Principles of Parallel Algorithm Design 3. Decomposition, Tasks, and Dependency Graphs 3. Granularity, Concurrency, and Task-Interaction 3. Processes and Mapping 3. Processes versus Processors 3.
Characteristics of Tasks and Interactions 3. Characteristics of Tasks 3. Characteristics of Inter-Task Interactions 3. Mapping Techniques for Load T 3.
Methods for Containing Interaction Overheads 3. Maximizing Data Locality 3. Minimizing Contention and Hot Spots 3. Overlapping Computations with Interactions 3. Replicating Data or Computations 3. Using Optimized Collective Interaction Operations 3.
Overlapping Interactions with Other Interactions 3. Parallel Algorithm Models 3. The Data-Parallel Model 3. The Task Graph Model 3.
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The Work Pool Model 3. The Master-Slave Model 3. The Pipeline or Producer-Consumer Model 3. Bibliographic Remarks Problems 4. Basic Communication Operations 4.
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Ring or Linear Array 4. Balanced Anqnth Tree 4. All-to-All Broadcast and Reduction 4. Linear Array and Ring 4. All-Reduce and Prefix-Sum Operations 4. Scatter and Gather 4. All-to-All Personalized Communication 4.
Hypercube An Optimal Algorithm 4. Improving the Speed of Some Communication Operations 4. Bibliographic Remarks Problems 5. Analytical Modeling of Parallel Programs 5. Sources of Overhead in Parallel Programs 5. Performance Metrics for Parallel Systems 5.
Total Parallel Overhead 5. The Effect of Computkng on Performance 5. Scalability of Parallel Systems 5.
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Scaling Characteristics of Parallel Programs 5. Cost-Optimality and the Isoefficiency Function 5. A Lower Bound on the Isoefficiency Function 5. The Degree of Concurrency and the Isoefficiency Function 5. Asymptotic Analysis of Parallel Programs 5. Other Scalability Metrics 5. Bibliographic Remarks Problems 6. Programming Using the Message-Passing Paradigm 6. Principles of Message-Passing Programming 6. Send and Receive Operations 6.
Non-Blocking Message Passing Operations 6. Sending and Receiving Messages 6. Topologies and Embedding 6. Creating and Using Cartesian Topologies 6. Overlapping Communication with Computation 6. Non-Blocking Communication Operations Example: Collective Communication and Computation Operations 6. One-Dimensional Ot Multiplication 6. Groups and Communicators 6.
Two-Dimensional Matrix-Vector Multiplication 6. Bibliographic Remarks Problems 7. Programming Shared Address Space Platforms 7. Creation and Termination 7. Synchronization Primitives in Pthreads 7. Condition Variables for Synchronization 7. Controlling Thread and Synchronization Attributes 7.
Attributes Objects for Threads 7. Attributes Objects for Mutexes 7. Composite Synchronization Constructs 7. Tips for Designing Asynchronous Programs 7.
The barrier Directive Single Thread Executions: