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Autor Wang, Endong. author.

Título High-Performance Computing on the Intel® Xeon Phí⟨[electronic resource] : [electronic resource] : How to Fully Exploit MIC Architectures / by Endong Wang, Qing Zhang, Bo Shen, Guangyong Zhang, Xiaowei Lu, Qing Wu, Yajuan Wang.

Descripción física XXIII, 338 p. 153 illus. online resource.
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Colección Springer eBooks. Computer Science
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Contiene: Part 1: Fundamental Concepts of MIC -- 1 High-performance Computing( HPC) with MIC -- 2 MIC Hardware and Software Architecture -- 3 The First MIC Examplé䃯mputing Pi -- 4 Fundamentals of Open MP and MPI Programming -- 5 MIC Programming -- 6 Debugging and Profiling Tools for MIC -- 7 Intel MIC MKL Library -- Part 2: Performance Optimization -- 8 Performance Optimization on MIC -- 9 MIC Optimization Example: Matrix Multiplication -- Part 3: Project Development -- 10 Developing HPC Applications Based on the MIC -- 11 HPC Applications Based on MIC.
Resumen: The aim of this book is to explain to high-performance computing (HPC) developers how to utilize the Intel® Xeon Phí⠳eries products efficiently. To that end, it introduces some computing grammar, programming technology and optimization methods for using many-integrated-core (MIC) platforms, and also offers tips and tricks for actual use, based on the authorś頦irst-hand optimization experience. The material is organized in three sections. The first section, ́삡sics of MIĆintroduces the fundamentals of MIC architecture and programming, including the specific Intel MIC programming environment. Next, the section on ́쐥rformance Optimizatiońxplains general MIC optimization techniques, which are then illustrated step-by-step using the classical parallel programming example of matrix multiplication. Finally, ́쐲oject development́resents a set of practical and experience-driven methods for using parallel computing in application projects, including how to determine if a serial or parallel CPU program is suitable for MIC and how to transplant a program onto MIC. This book appeals to two main audiences: First, software developers for HPC applications ́㠩t will enable them to fully exploit the MIC architecture and thus achieve the extreme performance usually  required in biological genetics, medical imaging, aerospace, meteorology, and other areas of HPC. Second, students and researchers engaged in parallel and high-performance computing ́㠩t will guide them on how to push the limits of system performance for HPC applications.
Materia Computer science.
Special purpose computers.
Software engineering.
Computer mathematics.
Electronic circuits.
Computer Science.
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Processor Architectures.
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Computational Science and Engineering.
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Circuits and Systems.
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Software Engineering.
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Special Purpose and Application-Based Systems.
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Autor secundario Zhang, Qing., author.
Shen, Bo., author.
Zhang, Guangyong., author.
Lu, Xiaowei., author.
Wu, Qing., author.
Wang, Yajuan., author.
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OTRO SOPORTE Printed edition: 9783319064857
ISBN 9783319064864 978-3-319-06486-4
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-06486-4 doi