High-Performance Computing by R.J. Allan

High-Performance Computing

EditorR.J. Allan, M.F. Guest, A.D. Simpson

Hardcover | March 31, 1999

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This volume constitutes the only record of three years work of the UK High Performance Computing Initiative, established in November 1994 to support and ensure the efficient and effective exploitation of the T3D and future generations of HPC systems within UK academic research.

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Title:High-Performance ComputingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:597 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:March 31, 1999Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0306460343

ISBN - 13:9780306460340

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The U.K. High-Performance Computing Initiative: Introduction; R.J. Allan, et al. Science Support from the EPCC HPCI Centre; A.D. Simpson, D.S. Henty. The CLRC HPCI Centre at Daresbury Laboratory; R.J. Allan, et al. Southampton High Performance Computing Centre; D.A. Nicole, et al. Optimisation, Algorithms and Software: Performance Optimisation on the Cray T3E; S. Booth. From FLOPS to UDAPS: Algorithms, Benchmarking and Tuning; N. MacLaren. Is Predictive Tracing too late for HPC Users? D. J. Kerbyson, et al. Solving Dense Symmetric Eigenproblems on the Cray T3D; K. Murphy, et al. PARASOL: An Integrated Programming Environment for Parallel Sparse Matrix Solvers; P. Amestoy, et al. Computational Modelling of Multi-Physics Processes on High Performance Parallel Computer Systems; M. Cross, et al. Porting Industrial Codes to MPP Systems using HPF; M. Delves. Decomposition Independence in Parallel Programs; S. Booth. Software Portability and Maintenance; K. Takeda, et al. A Design Environment for Structured Mapping of Signal Processing Applications on Parallel Processors; M. Razaz. Materials Chemistry and Simulation: New Vistas for First-Principles Simulation; G. Ackland, et al. On the Quasi-Particle Spectra of YBa2Cu3O7; W.M. Temmerman, et al. Ab initio Studies of Hydrogen Molecules in Silicon; B. Hourahine, et al. Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations of Real Solids; W.M.C. Foulkes, et al. Ab initio Investigations of the Dynamical Properties of Ice; I. Morrison, et al. Phase Separation of Two Immiscible Liquids; S.I. Jury, et al. Computer Simulation of Liquid Crystals on the T3D/T3E; M.R. Wilson, et al. A First Principles Study of Substitutional Gold in Germanium; J. Coomer, et al. Applications of Self-Interaction Correction to Localized States in Solids; Z. Szotek, et al. Computational Chemistry: Computational Chemistry in the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory; D.A. Dixon, et al. Macromolecular Modelling on the Cray T3D; M.D. Cooper, et al. Accurate Configuration Interaction Computations of Potential Energy Surfaces using Massively Parallel Computers; A.J. Dobbyn, P. Knowles. Molecular Properties from First Principles; C.J. Adam, et al. Massive Parallelism: The Hardware for Computational Chemistry? M.F. Guest, et al. Atomic Physics: The Multiphoton and Electron Collisions Consortium and the Helium Code; K.T. Taylor, et al. Application of 6DIME: (&ggr;,2e) on He; J. Rasch, et al. Parallelisation of Atomic R-Matrix Scattering Programs; A. Sunderland, et al. Partial Wave Integrals; J. Rasch, C.T. Whelan. Molecular Rotation-Vibration Calculations using Massively Parallel Computers; H.Y. Mussa, et al. Environmental Modelling: Modelling Climate Variability on HPC Platforms; L. Steenman-Clark, A. O''Neill. The U.K Ocean Circulation and Advanced Modelling Project (OCCAM); B.A. de Cuevas, et al. The Southampton - East Anglia (SEA) Model: A General Purpose Parallel Ocean Circulation Model; M. Beare. High Resolution Modelling of Airflow over the Isle of Arran; A. Gadian, et al. Development of Portable Shelf Sea Models for Massively Parallel Machines; R. Proctor, et al. Satellite Altimeter Data Assimilation in the OCCAM Global Ocean Model; A.D. Fox, et al. Parallelisation and Performance of a Stratospheric Chemical Transport Model; C. Bridgeman. Supercomputing and Applications in German Research and Industry; A.Geiger, R. Rühle. Investigation of Sequencing Effects on the Simulation of Fluid-Structure Interaction; J.K. Badcock, et al. Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flames; K.W. Jenkins, et al. Understanding Turbulence in Fluids using Direct Simulation Data; M. Alam, et al. Parallel Processing and Direct Simulation of Transient Premixed Laminar Flames with Detailed Chemical Kinetics; R.P. Lindstedt, V. Sakthitharan. Time Domain Electromagnetic Scattering Simulations on Unstructured Grids; P.J. Brookes, et al. Large Eddy Simulation of the Vortex Shedding Process in the Near Field-Wake behind a Square Cylinder; F. di Mare, W.P. Jones. Self-Adaptive, Parallel Solution Methods for Complex FEM Problems in CFD and Radiation Modelling; Xiao Xu, et al. Human Systems and Information: HPC and Human Geographic Social Science Research; S. Openshaw. Application of Pattern Recognition to Concept Discovery in Geography; I. Turton. High Performance Computing in Banking; J.A. Keane. Legacy Systems - The Future of HPC; J.A. Keane, et al. Astrophysics and Cosmology: Simulations of Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics on the Cray T3D and T3E; D. Richards. Towards an Understanding of Galaxy Formation; F.R. Pearce, et al. Massively Parallel Simulations of Cosmic Strings; M. Hindmarsh, G. Vincent. The U.K MHD Consortium: Goals and Recent Achievements; A. Hood, et al. N-Body Simulations of Galaxy Formation on a Cray T3E; P.R. Williams, A.H. Nelson. Novel Methods and Applications: Early Experience with Tera MTA System; R.M. Russell. HPC on DEC Alphas and Windows NT; D. Nicole, et al. A Programming Environment for High-Performance Computing in Java; V. Getov, et al. High Performance Distributed FDTD Electromagnetic Field Computation for Electronic Circuit Design; C.J. Gillian, V.F. Fusco. List of Participants. Index.