CSCI 0416

Parallel Computing

Parallel Computing
Most modern computer architectures are parallel at multiple scales. In this course students will learn to develop programs that can efficiently use those parallel resources to improve performance and solve ever larger problems. Through a project-based survey students will be introduced to parallel hardware (multicore processors, clusters, GPUs), memory models (shared vs. non-shared), locality, synchronization, and different parallel programming models (threads, MapReduce, message-passing, SIMT, and more). Programming assignments will be implemented in multiple languages. (CSCI 202) 3hrs. lect./lab
Computer Science
Computer Science
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Sections in Spring 2020

Spring 2020

CSCI0416A-S20 Lecture (Linderman)