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Highly Portable and Efficient Implementations of Parallel Adaptive N-Body Methods

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2 Author(s)
Blackston, D. ; University of California, Berkeley ; Suel, Torsten

We describe the design of several portable and efficient parallel implementations of adaptive N-body methods, including the adaptive Fast Multipole Method, the adaptive version of Anderson’s Method, and the Barnes-Hut algorithm. Our codes are based on a communication and work partitioning scheme that allows an efficient implementation of adaptive multipole methods even on high-latency systems. Our test runs demonstrate high performance and speed-up on several parallel architectures, including traditional MPPs, shared-memory machines, and networks of workstations connected by Ethernet.

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Supercomputing, ACM/IEEE 1997 Conference

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15-21 Nov. 1997

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