English | November 12th, 1999 | ISBN: 0262256282, 0262571048 | 396 Pages | PDF | 6.98 MB
A tutorial on how to use Message-Passing Interface (MPI), the standard for communication subroutine libraries, to write parallel programs, particularly for large-scale applications. Covers background and basic concepts, MPI in C, using communicators, the Poisson problem, scalability, message passing, parallel libraries, and parallel I/O. Other topics include portability among MPP systems, use of MPI on workstation networks, and converting existing codes to MPI. Appendices list MPE multiprocessing environment functions. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.