Parallel Processing Laboratory Experiments for Undergraduate Students
AbstractThis paper explains the approach at Tuskegee University for consolidating high performance computing fundamentals and concepts taught to undergraduate students through a series of laboratory experiments. The computing environment is a PC-based cluster with a Linux operating system and running MPICH. A real world problem of grid-generation for computational fluid dynamics has been utilized to bring out the practical aspects of high performance computing through a set of laboratory experiments.
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