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Grid-Egov, 31 December 2009

BioInformatics, 31 December 2009

 

  • General purpose molecular dynamics simulations fully implemented on graphics processing units, Joshua A. Anderson, Chris D. Lorenz, and Alex Travesset
    Journal of Computational Physics 227 (2008) 5342-5359 , http://codeblue.umich.edu/hoomd-blue/about.html

GPU – Matlab, 31 Desember 2009

GPU – OpenCL

GPU-Webinar

HPC in the CLOUDS : http://www.hpcinthecloud.com/

Parallel Computation in Economics:

Parallel Image Processing

PGI Accelerator Compilers

EuAsiaGrid

The Supercomputing Blog, http://supercomputingblog.com/

ICT for Health

Others

  • SMP & Dist routines for Symmetric Tridiag Eigenproblem (Matthias Petschow and Paolo Bientinesi,  NA Digest  Monday, January 17, 2011  Volume 11 : Issue 03)
    Two parallel eigensolvers based on the fast MRRR algorithm. Everybody who is interested in the solution of symmetric or Hermitian eigenproblems is invited to download and test our routines.  The code is under the “New BSD” license.
  • 1) MR3SMP: a multi-threaded variant of MRRR for multicore and SMP
    architectures. The routines are written in C and use
    pthreads. Code is available at http://code.google.com/p/mr3smp
    Driver routines for generalized and standard dense
    eigenproblems are included.
  • 2) PMRRR: an hybrid distributed + multi-threaded solver for
    distributed architectures with shared memory nodes. The
    routines are written in C and use MPI and pthreads. By
    switching the multi-threading off, PMRRR can also be run in
    pure distributed fashion (MPI only).  Code (still at testing
    stage) is available at http://code.google.com/p/pmrrr

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