# Popis předmětu - BE4M35PAG

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BE4M35PAG Parallel algorithms
Role:PO Rozsah výuky:2P+2S
Katedra:13135 Jazyk výuky:EN
Garanti:Šůcha P. Zakončení:Z,ZK
Přednášející:Šůcha P. Kreditů:6
Cvičící:Antonov N., Bouška M., Módos I., Šůcha P. Semestr:Z

Webová stránka:

https://cw.fel.cvut.cz/wiki/courses/b4m35pag/start

Anotace:

In the introductory lectures, we will focus on general approaches to design of parallel algorithms and their properties important for understanding the fundamental principles of parallel and distributed algorithms. Subsequently we will talk about fundamental parallel algorithms; typically, constituting cornerstones of algorithms for real-world problems. The laboratory exercise will be aimed at hardware platform commonly used in practice.

Osnovy přednášek:

 1 Introduction to Parallel Computing 2 Principles of Parallel Algorithms Design 3 Basic Communication Operations 4 Analytical Modeling of Parallel Algorithms 5 Matrix Algorithms 6 Algorithms for Linear Algebra 7 Sorting, TEST 8 Parallel Accelerators 9 Graph Algorithms I. 10 Graph Algorithms II. 11 Combinatorial Algorithms 12 Dynamic Programming 13 Fast Fourier Transform

Osnovy cvičení:

 1 Introduction to parallel programming, environment setting 2 Introduction to Cpp11 threads 3 Advanced constructs in Cpp11 4 Assignment of the semestral work + homework 1 5 OpenMP - basic constructs 6 OpenMP - vectorization, parallel sort 7 Homework 2, deadline for homework 1 8 Semestral work - consultation 9 OpenMPI - distributed algorithms 10 Homework 3, deadline for homework 2 11 Semestral work - consultation 12 Presentations of semestral works 13 deadline for homework 3, student assessment

Literatura:

 1 Ananth Grama, Anshul Gupta, George Karypis, Vipin Kumar: Introduction to Parallel Computing, Second Edition, Addison Wesley, 2003. 2 Kayhan Erciyes: Distributed Graph Algorithms for Computer Networks, Springer, 2013. 3 Georg Hager, Gerhard Wellein: Introduction to High Performance Computing for Scientists and Engineers, CRC Press, 2011.