Using the Intel® Manycore Testing Lab researchers were able to scale investigations previously done on quad-core processors to 32 cores.
Using X services on the Intel(R) Manycore Testing Lab is unsupported, yet possible. This article demonstrates in general and in detail the four necessary steps to run X on the server:
We study the performance of a pointer jumping based exact inference algorithm for a special type of junction trees – a chain of cliques.
This year, a simple matrix multiplication problem was posed to the students and we set up an internal contest, to obtain the fastest serial code.
The purpose of this work is to develop and implement an effective algorithm to find automorphism groups of different algebraic and combinatorial objects in n-dimensional vector space over fin
Technical Brief- 32 Core Testing Plan Contest
Directive-based programming models are one solution for exploiting many-core coprocessors to increase simulation rates in molecular dynamics.
Fault simulation for sequential circuits numbers among the highly compute-intensive tasks in the integrated circuit design process.
The task of constructing of identifying sequences for synchronous sequential circuits is one of the central problems in the design process.