Jeremiah Willcock presents at eXtreme Scale Computing Initiative

CREST Research Associate Jeremiah Willcock presented at the eXtreme Scale Computing Initiative’s Productive Programming Models for Exascale Workshop held in Portland, OR in August. Willcock presented, “Avalanche: A Flow-Graph Framework for Simplifying the Use of Active Messages,” which was co-written with Ryan Newton and Andrew Lumsdaine.

The presentation can be viewed at this link:


J.J. Willcock, R.R. Newton, A. Lumsdaine, “Avalanche: A Fine-Grained Flow Graph Model for Irregular Applications on Distributed-Memory Systems,” presented at eXtreme Scale Computing Initiative, Portland, OR, 2012.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012
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