CS 1645 INTRODUCTION TO HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING SYSTEMS (CS 2045)
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.
- Credits: 3
- Frequency: Infrequently
- CS 0447 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE (COE 0447)
- CS 0449 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS SOFTWARE (COE 0449)
- CS 1501 ALGORITHM IMPLEMENTATION (COE 1501)
Requirements and Grading
Grading will be based on homeworks, programming projects, and exams.
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