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Applications in Parallel MATLAB

By: Gardiner, J.; Guilfoos, B.; Samsi, S.; Humphrey, L.; Chalker, A.; Unpingco, J.; Krishnamurthy, A.; Ahalt, S.; Nehrbass, J.; Chaves, J.C.;

2006 / IEEE / 0-7695-2797-3


This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Applications in Parallel MATLAB ' The parallel MATLAB implementations used for this project are MatlabMPI[1] and pMatlab[1], both developed by Dr. Jeremy Kepner at MIT-LL. MatlabMPI is based on the Message Passing Interface standard, in which processes coordinate their work and communicate by passing messages among themselves. The pMATLAB library supports parallel array programming in MATLAB. The user program defines arrays that are distributed among the available processes. Although communication between processes is actually done through message passing, the details are hidden from the user.