Parallel Programming
0.5 Credit - Fall/Winter

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

Parallel computers, or supercomputers or high-performance clusters are ubiquitous today in science and engineering. Parallel programming requires inventing new algorithms and programming techniques. This course will cover the fundamental paradigms of parallel programming, with an emphasis on problem solving and actual applications. The parallel programming concepts and algorithms will be illustrated via implementations in OpenMP and MPI (Message Passing Interface), as well as serial farming.

Additional Course Information
CP264 (proficiency in C is the only actual prerequisite) (or CP217).
CP331, CP400N.