This book covers essential concepts of the Message Passing Interface (MPI). From this book, the reader will gain insights into utilizing MPI to write portable parallel code. The book covers the following essential elements of MPI: Sending and receiving with MPI_Send and MPI_Recv; Dynamic receiving with MPI_Probe and MPI_Status; A collective communication introduction with MPI_Bcast; Common collectives – MPI_Scatter, MPI_Gather, and MPI_Allgather; and Using MPI_Reduce and MPI_Allreduce for parallel number reduction.
Along the way, the book provides a couple application examples of using the various MPI methods. The first application example is performing a random walk among processes. The second application example shows how to build a new MPI function, MPI_Rank, to compute the rank of a number across MPI processes.
This book was written by a previous grad student, Wesley Kendall, that heavily used MPI in his doctoral research. Since it was very hard to find high quality information about MPI on the internet (and cheap books about MPI), Wesley compiled various tutorials on mpitutorial.com.
This book is a compilation of all of the beginner tutorials on this site. It goes over everything from installing MPI on an Amazon EC2 cluster to the basics of sending and receiving with MPI to performing collective operations and reductions. click here for more info.
A hands-on introduction to parallel programming based on the Message-Passing Interface (MPI) standard, the de-facto industry standard adopted by major vendors of commercial parallel systems. This textbook/tutorial, based on the C language, contains many fully-developed examples and exercises. The complete source code for the examples is available in both C and Fortran 77. Students and professionals will find that the portability of MPI, combined with a thorough grounding in parallel programming principles, will allow them to program any parallel system, from a network of workstations to a parallel supercomputer.
* Proceeds from basic blocking sends and receives to the most esoteric aspects of MPI.
* Includes extensive coverage of performance and debugging.
* Discusses a variety of approaches to the problem of basic I/O on parallel machines.
* Provides exercises and programming assignments..
The Message Passing Interface (MPI) specification is widely used for solving significant scientific and engineering problems on parallel computers. There exist more than a dozen implementations on computer platforms ranging from IBM SP-2 supercomputers to clusters of PCs running Windows NT or Linux ("Beowulf" machines). The initial MPI Standard document, MPI-1, was recently updated by the MPI Forum. The new version, MPI-2, contains both significant enhancements to the existing MPI core and new features.Using MPI is a completely up-to-date version of the authors' 1994 introduction to the core functions of MPI. It adds material on the new C++ and Fortran 90 bindings for MPI throughout the book. It contains greater discussion of datatype extents, the most frequently misunderstood feature of MPI-1, as well as material on the new extensions to basic MPI functionality added by the MPI-2 Forum in the area of MPI datatypes and collective operations.Using MPI-2 covers the new extensions to basic MPI. These include parallel I/O, remote memory access operations, and dynamic process management. The volume also includes material on tuning MPI applications for high performance on modern MPI implementations.This is a more up-to-date book than the previous, but it mostly focuses on the newer and more advanced MPI routines in the second MPI standard. These include parallel I/O, remote memory access, and dynamic process management. The book also discusses using MPI with threads. This is a must have for advanced MPI development. Click here for more info.
The era of practical parallel programming has arrived, marked by the popularity of the MPI and OpenMP software standards and the emergence of commodity clusters as the hardware platform of choice for an increasing number of organizations. This exciting new book, Parallel Programming in C with MPI and OpenMP addresses the needs of students and professionals who want to learn how to design, analyze, implement, and benchmark parallel programs in C using MPI and/or OpenMP. It introduces a rock-solid design methodology with coverage of the most important MPI functions and OpenMP directives. It also demonstrates, through a wide range of examples, how to develop parallel programs that will execute efficiently on today's parallel platforms. . .
Since its release in summer 1994, the Message Passing Interface (MPI) specification has become a standard for message-passing libraries for parallel computations. There exist more than a dozen implementations on a variety of computing platforms. The MPI Forum, which has continued to work on MPI, has recently released MPI-2, a new definition that includes significant extensions, improvements, and clarifications. This volume presents a complete specification of the MPI-2 Standard. It is annotated with comments that clarify complicated issues, including why certain design choices were made, how users are intended to use the interface, and how they should construct their version of MPI. The volume also provides many detailed, illustrative programming examples. A complete reference guide to MPI one and two. The book does not necessarily teach MPI, but it provides a great reference and complete descriptions of every single function. One advantage of this book is that it includes Fortran routines as well as C routines. Click here for more info.
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