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Levy-flight cellular automata on the IBM RISC-6000 workstation

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2 Author(s)
Betello, G. ; IBM-ECSEC-Eur. Center for Sci. & Eng. Comput., Rome, Italy ; Succi, S.

In view of the importance of CA (cellular automata) as prototypes of massively parallel architectures (for which locality is an essential ingredient), it is of interest to understand the impact of the nonlocal part of the dynamics on the overall performance of the LFLG (Levy-flight lattice gas) algorithm. All computations presented pertain to the implementation on an IBM RISC-6000 model 530 workstation. This machine belongs to the family of superscalar architectures, in which the parallelism is implemented at the instruction level. Single workstation performance is presented

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CompEuro '91. Advanced Computer Technology, Reliable Systems and Applications. 5th Annual European Computer Conference. Proceedings.

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13-16 May 1991