- Introducing the Heat Equation
- Discretization of the Heat Equation
- Stability Analysis and the Courant-Friedrichs-Lewy Criterion
- Programming the Heat Equation in C using Visual Studio
- MPICH2 and Visual Studio
- Parallel Computing in a Nutshell
- Measuring Parallel Performance
- Essential Ingredients of Message Passing

- MPI Warmup

- Parallelizing the Heat Equation

Cite as:

Saad, T. "Parallel Computing with MPI - Roundup".
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https://pleasemakeanote.blogspot.com/2008/06/parallel-computing-with-mpi-roundup.html

I read your post on parallel computing, it was very useful. Thanks.

ReplyDeleteHave you released Part X yet?

ReplyDeletecan you release Part 10 please?

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How do you put LaTeX into your blogger posts?

ReplyDeleteI'll post that shortly

ReplyDeleteHey, I was wondering if you had any idea of an ETA on part X of this series. As a high school intern, i found it really helpful, as I am writing some simulations for a cluster. I would really like to see the MPI implementation of a more complicated program like the BioHeat Equation solver.

ReplyDeleteGlad you found these tutorials helpful. I will post the heat equation on July 14, 2010. You should be able to easily extend this to the bioheat equation. I don't know the specifics of your model, but with an explicit time marching scheme, you merely need to calculate the right hand side at the previous time step. I'd suggest that you first program your solver sequentially, validate your results, and then attempt to parallelize it.

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