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CS 6850 - Parallel Programming and Architecture

Credits: (3)
Typically taught:
Spring [Full Sem]

In parallel programming you will learn how to utilize multiple CPU’s/Cores/Nodes in parallel to increase the performance of your applications.  Different architectures will be discussed along with the advantages and disadvantages of each.  This course will cover key topics parallel programming including: memory models, parallel programming architectures, Flynn’s Taxonomy, synchronization, and performance analysis and tuning.  In addition to learning the theoretical background of parallel programming, you will work on hands-on projects using multiple parallel programming languages and libraries including (CUDA, openMP, MPI, open CL, and python).  Prerequisite:  CS 3100 .



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