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Multigrid for Matrix-Free High-Order Finite Element Computations on Graphics Processors

This article presents matrix-free finite-element techniques for efficiently solving partial differential equations on modern many-core processors,... (more)

A Generalized Parallel Task Model for Recurrent Real-Time Processes

A model is considered for representing recurrent precedence-constrained tasks that are to execute on multiprocessor platforms. A recurrent task is specified as a directed acyclic graph (DAG), a period, and a relative deadline. Each vertex of the DAG represents a sequential job, while the edges of the DAG represent precedence constraints between these jobs. All the jobs of the DAG are released simultaneously and need to complete execution within the specified relative deadline of their release.... (more)

Massively Parallel Polar Decomposition on Distributed-memory Systems

We present a high-performance implementation of the Polar Decomposition (PD) on distributed-memory systems. Building upon on the QR-based Dynamically... (more)

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ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing Names David Bader as Editor-in-Chief

ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing (TOPC) welcomes David Bader as new Editor-in-Chief, for the term November 1, 2018 to October 31, 2021. David is a Professor and Chair in the School of Computational Science and Engineering and College of Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology.

 

About TOPC

ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing (TOPC) is a forum for novel and innovative work on all aspects of parallel computing, including foundational and theoretical aspects, systems, languages, architectures, tools, and applications. It will address all classes of parallel-processing platforms including concurrent, multithreaded, multicore, accelerated, multiprocessor, clusters, and supercomputers. READ MORE

Forthcoming Articles

Distributed Partial Clustering

Scalable Deep Learning via I/O Analysis and Optimization

Optimal Schedule for All-to-All Personalized Communication in Multiprocessor Systems

I/O scheduling strategy for periodic applications

Distributed Detection of Cycles

Editorial from the Editor-in-Chief

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