SINGAPORE-MIT ALLIANCE (COMPUTER SCIENCE)

SMA5505 / 6.338J / 18.337J – Applied Parallel Computing

Department of Computer Science, National University of Singapore (NUS)

Spring 2004 (updated: March 2, 2005)

 

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This module is an advanced interdisciplinary introduction to applied parallel computing on modern supercomputers. Numerical topics include dense and sparse linear algebra, N-body problems, multigrid, fast-multipole, wavelets and Fourier transforms. Geometrical topics include partitioning and mesh generation. Other topics include applications oriented architecture, software systems, MPI, Cilk, data parallel systems, parallel MATLAB, caches and vector processors with hands-on emphasis on understanding the realities and myths of what is possible on the world's fastest machines.

 

Instructors

Associate Professor Teo Yong Meng

Professor Alan Edelman

S14, Room #06-12

Laboratory for Computer Science, MIT

Department of Computer Science (NUS)

Email: edelman AT math.mit.edu

Email: teoym AT comp.nus.edu.sg

 

 

Teaching Assistants

Dr Wang Xianbing / Chen Ying

Ron Choy

S16, #04-19 / S14,  #06-17

NE43-219

Department of Computer Science (NUS)

Laboratory for Computer Science, MIT

Email: smacy AT nus.edu.sg

Email: cly AT mit.edu

 

Course Schedule:

§         Lectures: Wed, 1000-1200, (Teo)

§         Recitation: Tue, 0900-1000 (Singapore Time) – Edelman

§         Video: Tue and Thu, 1030-1200

§         Consultation hours: 1400-1500 - Wed (Teo), Thu (Chen), Fri (Wang)

 

Assessment (no examination):  

§         Homework: 40%, Project: 50%, class participation: 10%

 

Course Schedule

Slides / Reading List

Lecture Videos

Homework

Project

MIT 6.338J / 18.337J

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