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基于UPC(Unified Parallel C)的可扩展并行规约实现(第二部分) Community Blog
续 基于UPC(Unified Parallel C)的可扩展并行规约实现 原文 Implementing a Scalable Parallel Reduction in Unified Parallel C (part 2) 结果明显是错误的，但问题在哪里？眼尖的读者可能已经看出来了，该程序包含了一个竞态状态(race condition)。多个线程可以并发的写共享变量"sum"，这可能会重写掉之前已经写入的部分值。 ...
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IBM 100 Icons of Progress  or, Why I’m getting less done lately Community Blog
I challenge anyone working in the IT industry � or anyone with even a casual interest in technology � to visit the new IBM 100 Icons of Progress web site and not lose track of time. The site is intended as a retrospective of a century of IBM innovation, but in...
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Implementing a Scalable Parallel Reduction in Unified Parallel C Community Blog
NancyWang
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A reduction is the process of combining elements of a vector (or array) to yield a single aggregate element. It is commonly used in scientific computations. For instance the inner product of two ndimensional vectors x, y is given by: This computation requires...
from Blog: C/C++ Cafe


Implementing a Scalable Parallel Reduction in Unified Parallel C (part 3) Community Blog
NancyWang
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continue from the second parallel reduction blog . To get better scalability (increased program performance as the number of threads increases), it is critical to remove the lock in the upc_forall loop. This can be done by accumulating the partial sum...
from Blog: C/C++ Cafe


Implementing a Scalable Parallel Reduction in Unified Parallel C (part 2) Community Blog
NancyWang
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continue from the previous parallel reduction blog The result is obvious wrong, but what is the problem? The keen reader might point out that the program as written contains a race condition. Multiple threads can write into shared variable "sum" concurrently,...
from Blog: C/C++ Cafe
