A Matrix Inversion Method with YML/OmniRPC on a Large Scale platform
Maxime Hugues (LIFL, University of Science and Technology of Lille)
Serge G. Petiton (LIFL, University of Science and Technology of Lille)
YML is a dedicated framework to develop and run parallel applications over a large scale middleware. This framework makes eas- ier the use of a grid and provides a high level programming tool. It is independent from middlewares and users are not in charge to manage communications. In consequence, it introduces a new level of commu- nications and it generates an overhead. In this paper, we proposed to show the overhead of YML is tolerable in comparison to a direct use of a middleware. This is based on a matrix inversion method and a large scale platform, Grid'5000.
Parallel and Distributed Computing, Cluster Computing, Grid Computing (middleware, algorithms, performance evaluation, ...),
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