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The solution of large, banded diagonally dominant or symmetric positive definite linear systems constitutes one of the most common computational tasks asso ciated with implementations of the finite element method in applications such as fluid dynamics and structural analysis. Thus, designing...
A method for assessing the benefits of fine-grain paral lelism in "real" programs is presented. The method is based on parallelism profiles and speedup curves de rived by executing dataflow graphs on an interpreter under progressively more realistic assumptions about processor resources and...
Two types of vectorized programs of the discrete varia tional Xα method with the basis set of Slater-type or bitals have been developed. The first type calculates a basis function every time that it is used and the second type reads a basis function from outside memories. They are examined for...
We have developed some parallel computer programs to show that the parallel computer MiPAX is suitable to deal with fluid flow simulations. MiPAX is the first com mercially available parallel computer for scientific appli cations in Japan. We describe two typical methods for incompressible...
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