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Hypercube Multiprocessors

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Published by Society for Industrial & Applied Mathematics,U.S. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mathematics and Science,
  • Congresses,
  • Hypercube networks (Computer n,
  • Multiprocessors

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8271735M
    ISBN 100898712092
    ISBN 109780898712094

    The architecture and applications of the class of highly parallel distributed-memory multiprocessors based on the hypercube interconnection structure are surveyed. The history of hypercube computers from their conceptual origins in the s to the recent introduction of .   Abstract. The main problem for the design of dictionary machines on coarse grained hypercube multiprocessors, in comparison to the widely studied dictionary problem for fine grained hypercube multiprocessors, is that due to unequal distribution of the inserted and deleted records, the sizes of the sets stored at the individual processors may vary considerably.

    The advantages of our approach over some of the existing ACT's in terms of fragmentation and overall completion time are described in the text and in simulation Terms Hypercube, processor allocation/deallocation, bit-mapped and available cube strategies, subcube recognition, separation factor, overlap syndrome. This paper describes the Concurrent I/O (CIO) system for the Hypercube Multiprocessor. Our system has three components: Architecture, User Interface, and Programming Paradigm. The architecture of the system is based on clusters. Each cluster has a hypercube topology and contains either computing nodes or I/O nodes.

    This paper gives an overview of the hypercube architecture and its relation to other distributed-memory message-passing multiprocessors. The computation of a crossproducts matrix is an important part of many applications in statistics and provides a simple yet interesting example of a hypercube algorithm. Book Microform: National government publication: Microfiche: English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Computer systems performance. Hypercube multiprocessors. Interprocessor communication. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items.


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Hypercube multiprocessors, Proceedings of the First Conference on Hypercube Multiprocessors, Knoxville, Tennessee, AugustHardcover – January 1, by Michael T. Hypercube Multiprocessors book Heath (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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This paper studies the parallel construction and manipulation of pointer-based quadtrees on fine grained hypercube multiprocessors. Previous papers considered the parallel processing of linear quadtrees. Here we show that parallel pointer-based quadtrees are a viable alternative.

We first solve the problem of efficiently constructing a pointer-based (or linear) quadtree from an image Cited by: Adaptive system-level diagnosis for hypercube multiprocessors Abstract: System-level diagnosis is an important technique for fault detection and location in multiprocessor computing systems.

Hypercube Multiprocessors book Efficient diagnosis is highly desirable for sustaining the original system by: The paper reports the design and implementation of a eight-node multiprocessor with the hypercube technology using general-purpose microcomputer boards employing off-the-shelf circuit components.

A software communication kernel developed to support the intemode communication in the hypercube. Over-d fault diagnosis, where d is the diagnosability, has only been addressed using a probabilistic method in the literature. Aiming at these two issues, we propose a hierarchical adaptive system-level diagnosis approach for hypercube systems using a divide-and-conquer strategy.

Design and implementation of a hypercube multiprocessor S R Das, N H Vaidyat and L M Patnaik report a low-cost, experimental hypercube processor that acts as a testbed for investigating the performance of various parallel algorithms The paper reports the design and implementation of a eight-node multiprocessor with the hypercube technology using general-purpose microcomputer.

In this article the orthogonal decomposition of large sparse matrices on a hypercube multiprocessor is considered. The proposed algorithm offers a parallel implementation of the general row merging scheme for sparse Givens transformations recently developed by Joseph Liu.

Limiting consideration to algorithms satisfying various numerical stability requirements may change lower bounds for computational complexity and/or make lower bounds easier to prove.

We will show. Abstract. This paper describes different schemes for tolerating faults in hypercube multiprocessors. A study of hypercube algorithms reveals that in many cases, the computations that require local communication are mapped onto topologies such as meshes or rings and the hypercube topology is used for global data communication.

A shared-memory multiprocessor is an architecture consisting of a modest number of processors, all of which have direct (hardware) access to all the main memory in the system (Fig.

).This permits any of the system processors to access data that any of the other processors has created or will use. The key to this form of multiprocessor architecture is the interconnection network that.

Refereed Conference Proceedings M. Gangadhar, J. Wu and E. Fernandez, "A Real Time Fault-Tolerant Scheduling Method Based on Comparisons,'' Proc. of IFAC Workshop on Algorithms and Architectures for Real-Time Control, Dec.

Li and J. Wu, "A Fully Fault-Tolerant Multidestination Routing Scheme in Hypercube Multiprocessors,'' Proc. of the International Conference on. Index terms - Hypercube multiprocessor, job scheduling, M/M/m queueing model, performance evaluation, processor allocation. 1 This research was supported.

Virtually all shared-memory multiprocessors provide some form -Level Interprocess Communication for Shared Memory Multiprocessors. distributed memory multiprocessors ppt paper restricts attention to distributed memory multiprocessor net- works.

Hypercube multiprocessors as. We completely analyze the hypercube network by explicitly computing the eigenstructure of its node adjacency matrix. Using a realistic model of inter-processor communications, we show that a diffusion approach to load balancing on a hypercube multiprocessor is inferior to another approach which we call the dimension exchange method.

Get this from a library. Hypercube multiprocessors, proceedings of the Second Conference on Hypercube Multiprocessors, Knoxville, Tennessee, September October 1, [Michael T Heath; Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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Heath. Skip to main search results Hypercube multiprocessors, Proceedings of the First Conference on Hypercube Multiprocessors, Knoxville, Tennessee, August   Multicast communication is one of the general patterns of collective communication in multiprocessors. On hypercube network, the optimal multicast tree problem is NP-hard and all existing multicast algorithms are heuristic.

And we find that the existing works are far away from optimal. Get this from a library. Hypercube multiprocessors, proceedings of the First Conference on Hypercube Multiprocessors, Knoxville, Tennessee, August[Michael T Heath; Oak Ridge National Laboratory.;].

The worst-case time complexity of algorithms for multiprocessor computers with binary comparisons as the basic operations is investigated. It is shown that for the problems of finding the maximum.parallel algorithms control theory control engineering hypercube multiprocessors numerical analysis second-order systems frequency response Riccati equations This research was supported by the National Science Foundation (and AFOSR) under Grant No.

ECS and the Office of Naval Research under Contract No. NOOOK  Abstract. Multicast communication is one of the general patterns of collective communication in multiprocessors. On hypercube network, the optimal multicast tree problem is NP-hard and all existing multicast algorithms are heuristic.