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Title: JUSTGrid : a pure Java HPCC grid architecture for multi-physics solvers using complex geometries
Author: Ludewig, Thorsten
Awarding Body: University of Greenwich
Current Institution: University of Greenwich
Date of Award: 2009
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Programming vector computers is a difficult task, and to obtain acceptable results with regard to announced peak performance has been notoriously cumbersome. On the other hand, multi-core systems with many processors on a single chip need to be programmed in a different, namely a multi threaded way. Threads are a substantial part of the Java programming language. Java is the only general programming language that does not need external libraries for parallel programming, because everything needed is built into the language. In addition, there are major additional advantages of the Java language (object oriented, parallelization, readability, maintainability, programmer productivity, platform independence, code safety and reliability, database connectivity, internet capability, multimedia capability, GUI (graphics user interfaces), 3D graphics (Java 3D) and portability etc.) which were discussed in this thesis. The objective of this work is to build an easy to use software framework for high performance computing dealing with complex 3D geometries. The framework should also take care of all the advantages and behaviours of modern multi-core/multi-threaded hardware architectures. In view of the increasing complexity of modern hardware, working on solutions of multi-physical problems demands for software, that makes the solving process mostly independent of the available machinery.
Supervisor: Hauser, Jochem ; Patel, Mayur Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.537162  DOI: Not available
Keywords: QA Mathematics
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