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“GREEN” MULTI-LAYERED “SMART” MEMORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Andriy Kot, Nikos Chrisochoides

Abstract


In this project, we investigate the feasibility of using outdated machines with slow processors for tolerating disk latencies for computation and data intensive parallel adaptive and irregular applications.

Keywords


Runtime; Software; Petaflops; Architectures; Out-of-Core; Parallel and High Performance Computing

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