Caltech hypercube MIMD computer performances measurements in a physical mathematical application
A Caltech Hypercube has been characterized using known methods to obtain performance figures from a MIMD computer. Speed-up, efficiency and communication cost have been evaluated versus the number of used processors and the physical problem dimensions.
KeywordsCommunication Cost Internal Point Overhead Time Packet Reception Floating Point Operation
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