Free papers on high performance computing
Friday, 25 February 2011

Proceedings from the International Workshop on High Performance and Hardware-Aware Computing are now available to read as a free download.

 

Proceedings from the 2nd International Workshop on High Performance and Hardware-Aware Computing (HIPHAC 2011) are now available as a free  PDF.

It is a very short list of papers but they are in depth and  cover fundamental architecture and uses:

  • Convey HC-1 Hybrid Core Computer – The Potential of FPGAs in Numerical Simulation
  • Optimized Replacement in the Configuration Layers of the Grid Alu Processor 
  • Performance Engineering of an Orthogonal Matching Pursuit Algorithm for Sparse Representation of Signals on Different Architectures
  • Impact of Data Sharing on CMP design: A study based on Analytical Modeling
  • Traffic Prediction for NoCs using Fuzzy Logic
  • GPU Acceleration of the Assembly Process in Isogeometric Analysis
  • GPU Accelerated Scientific Computing: Evaluation of the NVIDIA Fermi Architecture; Elementary Kernels and Linear Solvers

You can also order a printed copy from KIT Scientific Publishing here

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Other relevant articles:

GPU brings molecular modeling to the desktop

Amazon extends options for high performance cloud computing 

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