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HPC Benchmark Suite NMx, Phase I

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HPC Benchmark Suite NMx, Phase I
Intelligent Automation Inc., (IAI) and University of Central Florida (UCF) propose to develop a comprehensive numerical test suite for benchmarking current and future high performance computing activities. The key innovation in this effort is development of a comprehensive numerical test suite for benchmarking current and future high performance computing activities. Our technical approach builds on our experience in cluster computing, distributed agents system, parallel model developments for High Performance Computing (HPC) and our teams expertise in these areas for problem selection. The developed benchmarking numerical suite (HPC benchmark suite NMx) will include (1) dense and unsymmetrical matrix problems faced in space aviation and problems in thermally driven structural response and radiation exchange, (2) implicit solution algorithms with production models and benchmarks for indefinite matrices and pathological cases (3) configurations scaling for large systems (64, 256, 512, 1024 distributed high performance system) in shared, distributed and mixed memory conditions (4) documentation for strengths, weaknesses, and limitations of the toolkits used together with recommendations and (5) precision and round-off studies on serial and parallel machines, comparison of solutions on serial and parallel hardware with study of wall clock performance with respect to the number of processors. More »

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