Large-Scale Simulation System and Advanced Photon Research View Full Text


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DATE

2001-04-06

AUTHORS

Yutaka Ueshima , Yasuaki Kishimoto

ABSTRACT

We have developed the Progressive Parallel Plasma (P3) 2D code tuned for the massively parallel scalar computer ‘Intel Paragon XP/S 75MP834’. The computer is composed of 834 nodes and each node has 1 communication and 2 calculation CPUs and 128Mbyte random access memory (RAM). The computer has a total performance of 100GByte RAM and 120GFLOPS. The scheme for parallelization is domain decomposition and information of the particles crossing the node’s boundary is communicated to 2 neighbor nodes. The performance of the calculation for plasma particle simulations is 53 nano seconds/simulation time step/particle, which corresponds to effectively 42GFLOPS. By using the P3 2D code, a simulation including 1 Giga particles can be completed within a few days. More... »

PAGES

524-534

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TITLE

High Performance Computing

ISBN

978-3-540-41128-4
978-3-540-39999-5

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-39999-2_50

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