Active Bibliography

1 Goals Guiding Design: PVM and MPI – William Gropp Ewing, Ewing Lusk - 2002
PVM and MPI Are Completely Different – William Gropp, Ewing Lusk - 1997
Performance Analysis of Parallel Programming Tools – Md Firoj Ali, Rafiqul Zaman Khan
6 Why Are PVM and MPI So Different? – William Gropp, Ewing Lusk
7 MPICH-V Project: a Multiprotocol Automatic Fault Tolerant MPI – Aurelien Bouteiller , Franck Cappello , Thomas Herault, Geraud Krawezik, Pierre Lemarinier , Frederic Magniette
82 Managing Multiple Communication Methods in High-Performance Networked Computing Systems – Ian Foster, Jonathan Geisler, Carl Kesselman, Steven Tuecke - 1997
84 The LAM/MPI checkpoint/restart framework: System-initiated checkpointing – Sriram Sankaran, Jeffrey M. Squyres, Brian Barrett, Andrew Lumsdaine - 2003
1 Proposal of MPI operation level checkpoint/rollback and one implementation – Yuan Tang, Jack J. Dongarra, Graham E. Fagg
Learning from the Success of MPI – unknown authors - 2001
13 Learning from the Success of MPI – William Gropp - 2001
62 MPICH-V2: a fault tolerant MPI for volatile nodes based on pessimistic sender based message logging – Aurélien Bouteiller, Thomas Hérault - 2003
21 Fault Tolerance in MPI Programs – William Gropp, Ewing Lusk - 2002
721 A high-performance, portable implementation of the MPI message passing interface standard – Ewing Lusk, Nathan Doss, Anthony Skjellum - 1996
24 The Component Architecture of Open MPI: Enabling Third-Party Collective Algorithms – Jeffrey M. Squyres, Andrew Lumsdaine - 2004
27 Optimizing Threaded MPI Execution on SMP Clusters – Hong Tang, Tao Yang - 2001
and – Nicholas T. Karonis, Brian Toonen, Ian Foster - 2002
233 MPICH-G2: A Grid-Enabled Implementation of the Message Passing Interface – Nicholas T. Karonis, Brian Toonen, Ian Foster - 2002
2 Implementing High-Level Parallelism on Computational GRIDs – Abdallah Deeb, I. Al Zain, Phil Trinder, Greg Michaelson (supervisors - 2006
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO – Anl/mcs-tm-anl-/x Rev X, Ewing Lusk