Keywords: distributed memory, numerical methods, parallel processing, object oriented programming
Start Date: 1 February 95 / Duration: 30 months
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The aim of the project is to exploit all the power of C and C++ to build an intrinsic distributed object oriented (DOO) matrix computation package, keeping in mind generality, reusability, extensibility and efficiency.
This project is strongly linked to the KIT108 project. The availability of a new parallel computer in Oujda will boot our already existing cooperation. There will be a strong interaction between the KIT and this ITDC project, which will provide the university of Oujda with the necessary platform for implementation and development.
Progress has been made in the exploitation of the symmetry in the parallelisation of the Jacobi method for distributed memory architectures.
Within the project, the first "Parallelism Days" were organised at the Faculty of Sciences in Oujda in November 1996. The results achieved so far have been presented at two international conferences.
Faculté des Sciences
Département de Mathematiques et d'Informatique
Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, F
Faculté Polytechnique de Mons, B
Faculté des Sciences, Oujda, MA
Dr. M. Daoudi
Tel: +212 674 47 47/48
Fax: +212 674 47 49
DOONS - ITDC-201, May 1997
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