B673: Advanced Scientific Computing

Advanced Scientific Computing - Spring 2015
8:00 - 9:15 AM, Tudesday and Thursday
102 Lindley Hall

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This course covers basic parallel programming for scientific computing. The major topics are vectorization, shared memory, and distributed memory programming. In addition it covers the essential tools (OpenMP, MPI coding, using high level libraries and problem solving environments) and some basic methods for data decomposition. Analysis ideas and methods are presented and critiqued.
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