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Object-oriented implementation of the NAS parallel benchmarks using charm++

Object-oriented implementation of the NAS parallel benchmarks using charm++

annual report

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Parallel programming.,
  • Object-oriented programming.,
  • Software development tools.,
  • Computational fluid dynamics.,
  • Dynamic loads.

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    Other titlesObject oriented implementation of the NAS parallel benchmarks using charm [Washington, DC : Springfield, Va. :
    StatementSanjeev Krishnan, Milind Bhandarkar, Laxmikant Kale.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-202159
    ContributionsBhandarkar, Milind., Kale, Laxmikant V., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17133936M

    — Object oriented parallel programming with C++ — OO methods Matthias Müller Slide 7 Höchstleistungsrechenzentrum Stuttgart Possible Drawbacks of Object Oriented Programming • Overhead of interface and object definitions will compensate benefits for small programs. • Object oriented programming may not be suitable for File Size: KB. The focus of the book is on implementation aspects, without which the learning is incomplete. This is achieved through the use of case studies for introducing the various concepts of analysis and design, ensuring that the theory is never separate from the implementation by: 1.

    lem of the NAS Parallel Benchmarks (NPB), which is used to test the output capa-bilities of high-performance computing systems, especially parallel systems. We also present a source code implementation of the benchmark, called NPBIOMPI, based on the MPI implementation of NPB, using a variety of ways to write the computed solutions to file. implementation, using object-oriented analysis and design. We develop your ability to distinguish "good” object-oriented architectures from "bad" ones, and to trade off alternate designs when the perversity of the real world intrudes. Perhaps most important, we offer you fresh approaches to reasoning about complex systems.

    Object Oriented Analysis and Design - Data Base Design study guide by Gaming_Miscellaneous includes questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. Object-oriented computation in C++ and Java / Conrad Weisert. p. cm. Summary: 'Introduces use of numeric data items in C++ and Java, object-oriented computer programming languages. Numeric data items are a subset of application-domain objects and are .


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Angular (LU) benchmarks, along with performance results. Finally we conclude with an evaluation of the methodology used. 2 The Charm++ parallel object-oriented programming model This work is based on the parallel object-oriented language Charm++[7, 8], an extension of C++. Get this from a library.

Object-oriented implementation of the NAS parallel benchmarks using charm++: annual report. [Sanjeev Krishnan; Milind Bhandarkar; Laxmikant V Kale; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Object-Oriented Implementation for NAS Parallel Benchmarks () Cached. {Korlakunta95object-orientedimplementation, author = {Siva Linga Korlakunta}, title = {Object-Oriented Implementation for NAS Parallel Benchmarks}, institution object-oriented implementation na parallel benchmark.

The OpenMP Implementation of NAS Parallel Benchmarks and Its Performance H. Jin∗, M. Frumkin∗ and J. Yan NAS Division, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA Abstract As the new ccNUMA architecture became popular in recent years, parallel programming with compiler directives on these machines has evolved to accommodate new needs.

InCited by: NAS Parallel Benchmark Results. Authors; Authors and affiliations benchmarkers are free to select the language constructs and implementation techniques best suited for a particular system.

This article presents selected performance results of various state-of-the-art scientific computer systems using the NAS Parallel Benchmarks. This is a Cited by: We use benchmark programs in order to assess the performance of a new hardware or software component.

It depicts how a particular application performs in the hardware. In our experiment we used NAS Parallel Benchmarks (NPB) programs to benchmark the hypervisors. NAS Parallel Benchmarks. The NPB are a set of complex parallel programsAuthor: Bhukya Devi Prasad, A L Reeta Sony.

Using the IS kernel of NAS Parallel Benchmarks (NPB) [40] for implementing the bucketsort algorithm, a performance evaluation compares the performance of a PObC++ programwith its version written in C/MPI, ignoring not only the overheads of OOPP abstractions, but also the overheads of object-orientation and indirections.

1st case Cited by: 7. Abstract. Parallel computing in network of workstations is receiving lot of attentions from the research community. However, still it is faced with many practical difficulties. One of the major problems is the lack of high level programming model.

Many programming languages provide an efficient system, but employ a relatively low level programming model and rather too complex to be used in network Author: B. Suresh, R. Nadarajan. Introduction This package contains an unofficial C version of the NAS Parallel Benchmarks OpenMP The benchmarks are derived from the Omni OpenMP Compiler Project.

implementation of efficient Java compilers [10] and by extending Java with classes implementing the data types used in HPC [9]. In this paper, we describe an implementation of the NAS Parallel Benchmarks (NPB) [1] in Java.

The benchmark suite is accepted by the HPC community as an instrument for evaluating performance of parallel computers. NAS Parallel Benchmarks (NPB) are a set of benchmarks targeting performance evaluation of highly parallel supercomputers.

They are developed and maintained by the NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) Division (formerly the NASA Numerical Aerodynamic Simulation Program) based at the NASA Ames Research Center.

NAS solicits performance results for NPB from all per(s): NASA Advanced Supercomputing Division. the NAS parallel benchmarks (NPB) [12], a set of kernels that ev aluate diverse computation and communication pat- terns, widely used for parallel performance benchmarking.

Then we study a Java implementation of the Nas Parallel Benchmarks, using the ProActive middleware for distribution. Chapter 5. Algorithms andTheir Object-Oriented Implementation into a formal algorithm is also helpful for the developers themselves, because it gives them the opportunity to debug it and check whether or not it indeed does what it is supposed to do.

The most important step in using the idea is, thus, to formulate it in mathematical language. @article{osti_, title = {A Programming Model Performance Study Using the NAS Parallel Benchmarks}, author = {Shan, Hongzhang and Blagojević, Filip and Min, Seung-Jai and Hargrove, Paul and Jin, Haoqiang and Fuerlinger, Karl and Koniges, Alice and Wright, Nicholas J.}, abstractNote = {Harnessing the power of multicore platforms is challenging due to the additional levels of parallelism.

The NAS Parallel Benchmarks (NPB) are a set of benchmarks targeting performance evaluation of highly parallel supercomputers.

They are developed and maintained by the NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) Division (formerly the NASA Numerical Aerodynamic Simulation Program) based at the NASA Ames Research Center.

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new architectures and parallel programming frameworks. Well-established benchmark suites such as the NAS Parallel Bench-marks (NPB) comprise legacy codes that still lack portability to C++ language. As a consequence, a set of high-level and easy-to-use C++ parallel programming frameworks cannot be.

The original NAS Parallel Benchmarks consisted of eight individual bench-mark problems, each of which focused on some aspect of scienti c computing. The principal focus was in computational aerophysics, although most of these benchmarks have much broader relevance, since in. To measure the performance of the experimental compiler, we have implemented three benchmarks from the NASA Numerical Aerospace Simulation group (NAS) parallel benchmark suite Version [6, 4].

Guided by the HPF and Fortran 77 versions we have available, the algorithms were re- Cited by: 4.Object-Oriented Programming, Concurrency, and Distribution at the Joint Conference on Information Sciences, Wrightstville Beach, North Carolina.

The five articles included in the issue cover various aspects of the design, implementation, and applications of parallel .OOP: Introduction 3 The Object Concept •An object is an encapsulation of data.

•An object has identity (a unique reference) social security number (cpr), employee number, passport number state, also called characteristics (variables) hungry, sad, drunk, running, alive behavior (methods) eat, drink, wave, smile, kiss •An object is an instance of an class.