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Parallel Computing Classes

UCBCS267 Applications of Parallel Computers

Applications of Parallel Computers, CS267, is a graduate-level course offered at the University of California, Berkeley.

Topics covered: Models for parallel programming. Overview of parallelism in scientific applications and study of parallel algorithms for linear algebra, particles, meshes, sorting, FFT, graphs, machine learning, etc. Survey of parallel machines and machine structures. Programming shared- and distributed-memory parallel computers, GPUs, and cloud platforms. Parallel programming languages, compilers, libraries, and toolboxes. Data partitioning techniques. Techniques for synchronization and load balancing. Detailed study and algorithm/program development of medium-sized applications.