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Author: Christoph Pleier (firstname.lastname@example.org), Department of Computer Science, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Deutschland
Table of Contents: Introduction; Prototypes with their Bottlenecks; Arithmetic Operations and Memory Bandwidth; The CRAY T90; The Fujitsu VPP300 (and VPP700); The IBM RS/6000 SP ; The CRAY T3E and DEC Alpha Processors; Performance Analysis; Basic Considerations Concerning Data Structures; Fortran, Autovectorization and Autoparallelization, Progamming Models; Recurrences; Matrix Operations; Systems of Linear Equations on Vector Processors; Remarks to the Parallelization of the Gauss Algorithm; Tridiagonal Linear Systems; Iterative Solution of Linear Systems of Equations; Explaining the Gap Between Theoretical Peak Performance and Real Performance for Supercomputer Architectures; References.
In the Addendum further architectures and algorithms will be presented (open-ended).
Author: Prof. Dr. Willi Schoenauer (email@example.com), Universitaet Karlsruhe, Rechenzentrum, Zirkel 2, 76128 Karlsruhe, Germany; Tel: +49 721-6083754; FAX: +49 721-32550
Featuring contributions from more than sixty of the world's top experts in the field, this state-of-the-art handbook offers engineers and scientists the most comprehensive treatment available of the theory and applications of parallel and distributed computing.
Readers will find forty-one well-organized chapters covering the full range of key issues relating to systems design and operation, including models and algorithms; architectures and technologies; development tools and current and future uses of this exciting technology in science and industry.
1200 pages. 600 illustrations. ISBN 0-07-073020-2.
Author: Albert Zomaya (firstname.lastname@example.org)