An evaluation of the Cray T3D programming paradigms in atmospheric chemistry/transport models
In this paper we compare the different programming paradigms available on the Cray T3D for the implementation of a 3D prototype of an Atmospheric Chemistry/Transport Model. We discuss the amount of work needed to convert existing codes to the T3D and the portability of the resulting codes. Tests show that the scalability with respect to the model size and the number of processors is linear except for the data parallel implementation.
|MATHEMATICAL SOFTWARE (acm G.4), PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING (acm J.2), Partial Differential Equations (acm G.1.8)|
|Parallel computation (msc 65Y05), Explicit machine computation and programs (not the theory of computation or programming) (msc 92-04), Method of lines (msc 65M20)|
|Department of Numerical Mathematics [NM]|
Blom, J.G, Keßler, C, & Verwer, J.G. (1996). An evaluation of the Cray T3D programming paradigms in atmospheric chemistry/transport models. Department of Numerical Mathematics [NM]. CWI.