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magistraleinformaticanetworking:spm:sdpm09support [20/01/2010 alle 08:53 (13 anni fa)]
Marco Danelutto
magistraleinformaticanetworking:spm:sdpm09support [23/09/2010 alle 15:36 (12 anni fa)] (versione attuale)
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   * [[http://www.mcsn.sssup.it/|Link]] to St. Anna master web page (mainly for registration/enrollment process)===== Course support material and links =====   * [[http://www.mcsn.sssup.it/|Link]] to St. Anna master web page (mainly for registration/enrollment process)===== Course support material and links =====
 ==== Slides of all the lessons given in the course ==== ==== Slides of all the lessons given in the course ====
-Lesson slides for the single lessons given during the course can be taken from the lessons web page.  +Lesson slides for the single lessons given during the course can be taken from the [[http://www.cli.di.unipi.it/doku/doku.php/magistraleinformaticanetworking/spm/sdpm09lessons|lessons]] web page.  
-Here is a link with a PDF with all the slides used (included handwritings, if available), in a two slides per page format. +Here is a [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/SPM/AllLessonsB2p.pdf|link]] with a PDF with all the slides used (included handwritings, if available), in a two slides per page format.  
 ==== Course introduction and motivations ==== ==== Course introduction and motivations ====
   * [[http://www.top500.org|Link]] to the Top500.org home page   * [[http://www.top500.org|Link]] to the Top500.org home page
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   * Paper //[[http://calvados.di.unipi.it/storage/paper_files/2006_advske_PC.pdf|Algorithmic skeletons meeting grids]]// by Aldinucci, Danelutto, Parallel Computing 32 (2006) 449–462, extending the principles of Cole's manifesto.    * Paper //[[http://calvados.di.unipi.it/storage/paper_files/2006_advske_PC.pdf|Algorithmic skeletons meeting grids]]// by Aldinucci, Danelutto, Parallel Computing 32 (2006) 449–462, extending the principles of Cole's manifesto. 
   * P3L paper [[http://calvados.di.unipi.it/storage/paper_files/1995_p3l_concurrency.pdf|Draft]] here.    * P3L paper [[http://calvados.di.unipi.it/storage/paper_files/1995_p3l_concurrency.pdf|Draft]] here. 
-  * [[http://cotognata.di.unipi.it/~marcodanelutto/SPM/mdf_paper.pdf|Paper]] introducing the macro data flow implementation model for skeletons +  * [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/SPM/mdf_paper.pdf|Paper]] introducing the macro data flow implementation model for skeletons 
-  * [[http://cotognata.di.unipi.it/~marcodanelutto/SPM/assistmdf.pdf|Paper]] comparing template based and macro data flow based implementation of the ASSIST parmod skeleton (//An alternative implementation schema for ASSIST parmod// by M. Danelutto, C. Migliore & C. Pantaleo).+  * [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/SPM/assistmdf.pdf|Paper]] comparing template based and macro data flow based implementation of the ASSIST parmod skeleton (//An alternative implementation schema for ASSIST parmod// by M. Danelutto, C. Migliore & C. Pantaleo).
   * [[http://www.di.unipi.it/~aldinuc/papers/2007_SCPE_muskel.pdf|Muskel: an expandable skeleton environment]] by M. Aldinucci, M. Danelutto and P. Dazzi (paper on Muskel expandability through macro data flow graphs)   * [[http://www.di.unipi.it/~aldinuc/papers/2007_SCPE_muskel.pdf|Muskel: an expandable skeleton environment]] by M. Aldinucci, M. Danelutto and P. Dazzi (paper on Muskel expandability through macro data flow graphs)
-  * Structured and unstructured parallelism exploitation using macro data flow. [[http://cotognata.di.unipi.it/~marcodanelutto/SPM/IC.59_PAPP06_reading.pdf|//Joint Structured/Unstructured Parallelism Exploitation in muskel//]], by Danelutto, Dazzi, Proc. of ICCS: Intl. Conference on Computational Science, Workshop on Practical Aspects of High-level Parallel Programming, LNCS Springer, 2006. +  * Structured and unstructured parallelism exploitation using macro data flow. [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/SPM/IC.59_PAPP06_reading.pdf|//Joint Structured/Unstructured Parallelism Exploitation in muskel//]], by Danelutto, Dazzi, Proc. of ICCS: Intl. Conference on Computational Science, Workshop on Practical Aspects of High-level Parallel Programming, LNCS Springer, 2006. 
   * Skeleton semantics. One [[http://www.di.unipi.it/~aldinuc/paper_files/2005_semantics_CLSS.pdf|paper]] from our group in Pisa (//Skeleton-based parallel programming: Functional and parallel semantics in a single shot// by Aldinucci, Danelutto, Computer Languages, Systems & Structures 33 (2007) pages 179 – 192. Another [[http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?arnumber=04457103|paper]] by Mario Leyton (//Type Safe Algorithmic Skeletons// by Leyton, Caromel, 16th Euromicro PDP conference, Toulouse 2008).    * Skeleton semantics. One [[http://www.di.unipi.it/~aldinuc/paper_files/2005_semantics_CLSS.pdf|paper]] from our group in Pisa (//Skeleton-based parallel programming: Functional and parallel semantics in a single shot// by Aldinucci, Danelutto, Computer Languages, Systems & Structures 33 (2007) pages 179 – 192. Another [[http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?arnumber=04457103|paper]] by Mario Leyton (//Type Safe Algorithmic Skeletons// by Leyton, Caromel, 16th Euromicro PDP conference, Toulouse 2008). 
   * Performance modeling of skeleton implementations. The notes "ASE" by M. Vanneschi, edited by SEU, have a chapter on analytical modelling of skeleton, which is basically what we used in this course (this is in Italian, unfortunately). The book mentioned above //Introduction to parallel computing// ([[http://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Parallel-Computing-Ananth-Grama/dp/0201648652|Amazon pointer]]) by Grama et al. has also a chapter with the definitions of the measures we used to evaluate performance.    * Performance modeling of skeleton implementations. The notes "ASE" by M. Vanneschi, edited by SEU, have a chapter on analytical modelling of skeleton, which is basically what we used in this course (this is in Italian, unfortunately). The book mentioned above //Introduction to parallel computing// ([[http://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Parallel-Computing-Ananth-Grama/dp/0201648652|Amazon pointer]]) by Grama et al. has also a chapter with the definitions of the measures we used to evaluate performance. 
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 === NEW! === === NEW! ===
   * A fresh look at the parallel programming problems: [[http://delivery.acm.org/10.1145/1570000/1562783/p56-asanovic.pdf?key1=1562783&key2=4491499521&coll=portal&dl=ACM&ip=131.114.88.241&CFID=66597108&CFTOKEN=59109785|A View of the Parallel Computing Landscape]] by Krste AsAnoViC, rAstisLAV boDiK, JAmes DemmeL, tonY KeAVenY, Kurt KeutZer, John KubiAtoWiCZ, neLson morGAn, DAViD PAtterson, KoushiK sen, John WAWrZYneK, DAViD WesseL, AnD KAtherine YeLiCK.    * A fresh look at the parallel programming problems: [[http://delivery.acm.org/10.1145/1570000/1562783/p56-asanovic.pdf?key1=1562783&key2=4491499521&coll=portal&dl=ACM&ip=131.114.88.241&CFID=66597108&CFTOKEN=59109785|A View of the Parallel Computing Landscape]] by Krste AsAnoViC, rAstisLAV boDiK, JAmes DemmeL, tonY KeAVenY, Kurt KeutZer, John KubiAtoWiCZ, neLson morGAn, DAViD PAtterson, KoushiK sen, John WAWrZYneK, DAViD WesseL, AnD KAtherine YeLiCK. 
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 ==== Target architectures (sw) ==== ==== Target architectures (sw) ====
 === Non structured === === Non structured ===
   * Sample POSIX/TCP code (pipeline)    * Sample POSIX/TCP code (pipeline) 
-    * [[http://cotognata.di.unipi.it/~marcodanelutto/SPM/main_thread.cpp|Code]] for opening two connections (server and client) with pthreads +    * [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/SPM/main_thread.cpp|Code]] for opening two connections (server and client) with pthreads 
-    * [[http://cotognata.di.unipi.it/~marcodanelutto/SPM/main_openmp.cpp|Code]] for opening two connections (server and client) with OpenMP +    * [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/SPM/main_openmp.cpp|Code]] for opening two connections (server and client) with OpenMP 
-    * [[http://cotognata.di.unipi.it/~marcodanelutto/SPM/pipeline1.tgz|Code]] for the Pipeline example (naif version, only integers, connections opened for each communication) +    * [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/SPM/pipeline1.tgz|Code]] for the Pipeline example (naif version, only integers, connections opened for each communication) 
-    * [[http://cotognata.di.unipi.it/~marcodanelutto/SPM/rts.tgz|Code]] for the RTS answering discovery messages +    * [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/SPM/rts.tgz|Code]] for the RTS answering discovery messages 
-    * [[http://cotognata.di.unipi.it/~marcodanelutto/SPM/discoverer.cpp|Code]] for the discoverer process +    * [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/SPM/discoverer.cpp|Code]] for the discoverer process 
-    * [[http://cotognata.di.unipi.it/~marcodanelutto/SPM/omp_stage.cpp|Code]] for the enhanced, standalone Pipeline example+    * [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/SPM/omp_stage.cpp|Code]] for the enhanced, standalone Pipeline example
   * OpenMP   * OpenMP
     * [[http://openmp.org/wp/|Home page]]     * [[http://openmp.org/wp/|Home page]]
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 Java based  Java based 
   * ProActive/Calcium home page    * ProActive/Calcium home page 
-    * [[http://proactive.inria.fr/Home page]]+    * [[http://proactive.inria.fr|Home page]]
     * Mario Leyton has recently released a new version of Calcium, which is named Skandium. This is the [[http://skandium.niclabs.cl|Skandium home page]] where you can download code (GPL) and documentation.     * Mario Leyton has recently released a new version of Calcium, which is named Skandium. This is the [[http://skandium.niclabs.cl|Skandium home page]] where you can download code (GPL) and documentation.
   * Behavioural skeletons   * Behavioural skeletons
     * Behavioural skeletons run on top of ProActive and provide rule based autonomic managers of non functional features (performance). This is the [[http://gridcomp.ercim.org/content/view/26/34/|home page]] within the GridCOMP project web pages.      * Behavioural skeletons run on top of ProActive and provide rule based autonomic managers of non functional features (performance). This is the [[http://gridcomp.ercim.org/content/view/26/34/|home page]] within the GridCOMP project web pages. 
   * Muskel    * Muskel 
-    * Muskel [[http://cotognata.di.unipi.it/~marcodanelutto/wiki/doku.php?id=muskel|home page]] +    * Muskel [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/wiki/doku.php?id=muskel|home page]] 
-    * Download muskel from [[http://cotognata.di.unipi.it/~marcodanelutto/SPM/muskel.tgz|this link]]+    * Download muskel from [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/SPM/muskel.tgz|this link]]
  
 AOP/annotations based AOP/annotations based
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   * OcamlP3L    * OcamlP3L 
     * This is an implementation of P3L written in Ocaml, the french dialect of ML ([[http://ocamlp3l.inria.fr/eng.htm|home page]]).     * This is an implementation of P3L written in Ocaml, the french dialect of ML ([[http://ocamlp3l.inria.fr/eng.htm|home page]]).
-  * Skipper +  * Skipper  
     * Several version of Skipper was developed by J. Serot at LASMEA, here is the [[http://wwwlasmea.univ-bpclermont.fr/Personnel/Jocelyn.Serot/skipperd.html|home page]] of the last version, Skipper-D. Skipper adopts a macro data flow implementation.     * Several version of Skipper was developed by J. Serot at LASMEA, here is the [[http://wwwlasmea.univ-bpclermont.fr/Personnel/Jocelyn.Serot/skipperd.html|home page]] of the last version, Skipper-D. Skipper adopts a macro data flow implementation.
    
 +=== Notes === 
 +  * [[http://backus.di.unipi.it/~marcod/Tools/ProactiveScaLab.pdf|Notes]] on components with ProActive and SCA Tuscany (draft, all the examples detailed have been tested, but there are more recent versions of both ProActive and Tuscany SCA) 
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