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Parallel Programming: Introduction to MPI

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Description: This course is part of the Scientific Computing series.

This is a simple introduction to using MPI for writing parallel programs to run on clusters and multi-CPU systems, for the purposes of “high-performance computing”. It will cover the principles of MPI , and teach the use of the basic facilities of MPI (i.e. the ones that are used in most HPC applications), so that attendees will be able to write serious programs using it. It will describe other features that may be useful, but not teach their use. Any requests for particular coverage will be welcomed, but cannot be promised.

Duration: Three full-day sessions.

This talk is part of the Booking Required - Computing/IT Courses at the CMS series.

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