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PAWS: collective interactions and data transfers

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3 Author(s)
Keahey, K. ; Argonne Nat. Lab., IL, USA ; Fasel, P. ; Mniszewski, S.

The authors discuss problems and solutions pertaining to the interaction of components representing parallel applications. We introduce the notion of a collective port which is an extension of the Common Component Architecture (CCA) ports and allows collective components representing parallel applications to interact as one entity. We further describe a class of translation components, which translate between the distributed data format used by one parallel implementation to that used by another. A well known example of such components is the MxN component which translates between data distributed on M processors to data distributed on N processors. We describe its implementation in Parallel Application Work Space (PAWS), as well as the data structures PAWS uses to support it. We also present a mechanism allowing the framework to invoke this component on the programmer's behalf whenever such translation is necessary, freeing the programmer from treating collective component interactions as a special case. In doing that, we introduce framework-based, user-defined distributed type casts. Finally, we discuss our initial experiments in building optimized complex translation components out of atomic functionalities

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High Performance Distributed Computing, 2001. Proceedings. 10th IEEE International Symposium on

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2001

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