Mississippi State University
Luke, Edward A.
Burg, Clarence O. E.
Date of Degree
Original embargo terms
Graduate Thesis - Open Access
Computational Engineering (Program)
Master of Science
College of Engineering
Department of Computational Engineering
Distributed memory systems have gained immense popularity due to their favorable price/performance ratios. This study seeks to reduce the complexities, involved in developing parallel applications for distributed memory systems. The Loci system is a coordination framework which was developed to eliminate most of the accidental complexities involved in numerical simulation software development. A distributed memory version of Loci is developed and has been tested and validated using a finite-rate chemically reacting flow solver developed in the sequential Loci framework. The application developed in the original sequential version of Loci was parallelized with minimal changes in its source code. A comparison with the results from the original sequential version guarantees a correct implementation. The performance measurements indicate that an efficient implementation has been achieved.
George, Thomas, "A Distributed Memory Implementation of LOCI" (2001). Theses and Dissertations. 117.