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heterogeneous computer architecture

Thursday, January 13, 2011 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Leopold Grinberg (Brown University)
Solvers for coupled multi-scale (multi-physics) may be constructed by
coupling an array of existing and well tested parallel numerical
solvers, each designed to tackle a problem at different spatial and
temporal scale. Each solver can be optimized/designed for different
computer architecture. Future supercomputers may be composed of
heterogeneous processing units, i.e., CPU/GPU. To make an efficient
use of computational recourses, the coupled solvers must support
topology-aware mapping of tasks to the processing units were the best
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