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CS 1645: Introduction to High Performance Computing Systems

3 credits

Description

This course is an introduction to the architecture of and software techniques for parallel and high performance computing systems. The content includes fundamental architecture aspects of shared-memory and distributed-memory systems, as well as paradigms, algorithms and languages used to program parallel systems. Students will complete a number of projects demonstrating specific applications on parallel processing systems.

Prerequisites

CS 0447 and CS 0449; offered every two years

Requirements and Grading

Grading will be based on homeworks, programming projects, and exams.

Recitation: None.

Expected class size: 30 students.

Frequency: This course is offered every other year.

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