This class will introduce the fundamental concepts of parallel computing.
Topics include a survey of parallel computer architectures, models of
parallel computation, and interconnection networks; parallel algorithm
development and analysis; programming paradigms and languages for parallel
computation; example applications; performance measurement and evaluation.
If time permits we will discuss additional topics as well.
Lecture: Mon-Wed-Fri 11:15-12:05, 219 McBryde Hall.
Exam: Section 11M; 4:25pm-6:25pm, December 17, 2008.
Instructor: Dr. Adrian Sandu
Office: 2224 KW-II
Office hours: Mon 2-3pm, 2201 KW-II.
Teaching Assistant: Min Li
Office hours: 110 McBryde Hall, Tue 3:30-4:30pm, Fri 9:00-10:00am.
CS 3204 Operating Systems
Programming in C or Fortran
The grade is based on:
For detailed information please consult the syllabus (PDF)
Please check the list of assignments.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Adrian Sandu)