This hands-on exercise lab, Prime Counter, is a programming lab associated with the video lecture “Reducing Parallel Overhead” (Part 12) from the “Introduction to Parallel Programming” series.
Programming models and techniques for distributed memory and clusters.
Bob Chesebrough, Senior Course Architect with the Intel Academic Community built a collaborative team, with Jeffrey M.
The paper summarizes an assignment on the European Football Elimination Problem which was given to my students in this year\'s lecture on parallel and distributed algorithms.
This tutorial is an introduction to Intel's Threading Building Blocks (Intel's TBB), a commercially supported open-source C++ template library for shared-memory parallel programming, notably for mu
Threading Building Blocks and Libraries: Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Plus UPCRC 2011 Summer School Courseware)
This is a complete courseware module, containing lecture and the lab exercises.
Objectif : apprendre à utiliser les extensions à MPI-1 introduites dans la seconde version de la norme MPI.
I have a lecture I give to college classes on parallel programming.
A challenge to the class: first, write the parallel implementation of the matrix-vector multiplication algorithm where a sparse matrix stored in the CRS format is multiplied by a dense vector.