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Foam: A general-purpose cellular Monte Carlo event generator

S Jadach
2003 Computer Physics Communications  
A general purpose, self-adapting, Monte Carlo (MC) event generator (simulator) is described.  ...  Foam is aimed (and already tested) as a component in the MC event generators for the high energy physics experiments. A few simple examples of the related applications are presented.  ...  This is only possible with continuous dialogue with experimental community, can be enhanced by more powerful computational techniques and computers and must be based on new ideas.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0010-4655(02)00755-5 fatcat:udd62ord7zfclkpdhv4gsakfqi

MPI on BlueGene/L: Designing an Efficient General Purpose Messaging Solution for a Large Cellular System [chapter]

George Almási, Charles Archer, José G. Castaños, Manish Gupta, Xavier Martorell, José E. Moreira, William D. Gropp, Silvius Rus, Brian Toonen
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The BlueGene/L computer uses system-on-a-chip integration and a highly scalable 65,536-node cellular architecture to deliver 360 Tflops of peak computing power.  ...  Efficient operation of the machine requires a fast, scalable, and standards compliant MPI library. In this paper, we discuss our efforts to port the MPICH2 library to BlueGene/L.  ...  Conclusions In this paper we have presented a software design for a communications library for the BlueGene/L supercomputer based on the MPICH2 software package.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39924-7_49 fatcat:rxyugckmizfsta3dh3wpjetuuq

The Swarm Computer, an analog cellular-swarm hybrid architecture

Ryanne Dolan, Guilherme DeSouza, Dan Caputo
2010 2010 10th International Conference on Hybrid Intelligent Systems  
The "killer apps" of cellular and swarm computing are image processing and optimization, respectively; however, applying these platforms to general-purpose computing remains impractical.  ...  Here we introduce a hybrid model, the Swarm Computer, which is both practical to program and efficient to implement. Applications in astrophysics and image processing are considered.  ...  However, neither cells nor swarms have proven thus far to be a practical platform for general-purpose computation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/his.2010.5600079 dblp:conf/his/DolanDC10 fatcat:luecoyjw3fde7bx3cdywthe37y

Computational Design Thinking through Cellular Automata: Reflections from Design Studios

Pınar Çalışır Adem, Gülen Çağdaş
2020 Journal of Design Studio  
As a result, since Cellular Automata methods are exploratory processes.  ...  The current technologies have created a shift from Computer Aided Design to Computational Design in architecture.  ...  In this context, the purpose of this study is to discuss how Cellular Automata, which is a generative design method, can contribute to the development of computational design thinking in design studios  ... 
doi:10.46474/jds.816833 fatcat:awrkuemckbgx7j6xtfp6ryahhi

Cellular-phone-based system for transportation engineering applications

Mohammed Taleb Obaidat
2020 Alexandria Engineering Journal  
purposes.  ...  Further, speed profile could easily be generated with high accuracy potential. A CAD drawing of the mapped intersection scene was also generated.  ...  All measurements at the CAD generated intersection were extracted from the cellular phone image using a constant scale.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aej.2020.01.040 fatcat:echyfpb5hrdbzhk5aanpl6grvi

Generalized Gandy-Păun-Rozenberg Machines for Tile Systems and Cellular Automata [chapter]

Adam Obtułowicz
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Membrane computing The paper proposes an extension of membrane computing towards modelling those systems whose underlying topology evolves in a more complicated way than by membrane division and membrane  ...  systems, of the general self-assembly systems for certain purposes, the tile systems appearing in tile logic, and in geometrical or topological programming.  ...  Definition A generalized G-P-R machine is a system of transformation (processing) of finite labelled graphs by simultaneous application of graph rewriting rules with respect to auxiliary gluing rules,  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-28024-5_21 fatcat:t4i4eimuuna7dpxh7ojm7l6cte

Smartphone security limitations

Nathaniel Husted, Hassen Saïdi, Ashish Gehani
2011 Proceedings of the 2011 Workshop on Governance of Technology, Information, and Policies - GTIP '11  
The smartphone, as a platform, blends a traditional general computing platform with a specialized mobile phone platform.  ...  Our paper looks at these fundamental limitations and how they relate to the challenge of reconciling governance practices in use on general-purpose computers and mobile phones.  ...  The first element is a general-purpose computing environment. The second is a cellular environment used to provide radio access to the cellular network.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2076496.2076497 fatcat:fdrtgsk6n5bkpd6gywx2hpvxgu

Analysis of thermodiffusive cellular instabilities in continuum combustion fronts

Hossein Azizi, Sebastian Gurevich, Nikolas Provatas
2017 Physical review. E  
For this purpose, we generalize the model of Brailovsky et al. to include distinct process kinetics and reactant heterogeneity.  ...  on the cellular regime.  ...  For this purpose, we generalize the recent model of Brailovsky et. al. to include distinct process kinetics and reactant heterogeneity.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreve.95.012219 pmid:28208471 fatcat:daodlcfjnnamlpp66osvx53jp4

A Microservice Approach for a Cellular Automata Parallel Programming Environment

Aurelio Vivas, John Sanabria
2020 Electronical Notes in Theoretical Computer Science  
We show how the aforementioned parallel programming tools were integrated to support the coding and parallelization of a general purpose cellular automata.  ...  On the other hand, parallelizing compilers rely on compiler capabilities to translate sequential programs into ones capable of using multiple processing units (CPU/GPU) found in personal computers (PCs  ...  were integrated to assist the development and parallelization of a General Purpose cellular Automata.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.entcs.2020.02.016 fatcat:s3zcgslbivaphh7rg2tlecravu

Cellular Automaton Supercomputing [chapter]

Stephen Wolfram
2018 Cellular Automata and Complexity  
This algorithm can be considered to provide a "computational model" for the system.  ...  The ultimate purpose of most scientific investigations is to determine how physical or other systems will behave in particular circumstances.  ...  It is for example easy to specify _, or to generate its digits. Yet once generated, the sequence of digits seems random for all practical purposes.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9780429494093-19 fatcat:btzl36yolnhojjdre36voudv3u

PUGACE, a cellular Evolutionary Algorithm framework on GPUs

Nicolas Soca, Jose Luis Blengio, Martin Pedemonte, Pablo Ezzatti
2010 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation  
• Memory hierarchy: -registers -shared block memory PUGACE, A Cellular Evolutionary Algorithm framework on GPUs -local memory -global memory • Programming tools for general purpose computing  ...  replacement: each parent is replaced by the best one of its children • Random numbers could be generated: PUGACE, A Cellular Evolutionary Algorithm framework on GPUs • Random numbers could be generated  ... 
doi:10.1109/cec.2010.5586286 dblp:conf/cec/SocaBPE10 fatcat:hfws3flyazcgnewhv4jpp7ifhi

Fast Genetic Programming and Artificial Developmental Systems on GPUs

Simon Harding, Wolfgang Banzhaf
2007 21st International Symposium on High Performance Computing Systems and Applications (HPCS'07)  
In this paper we demonstrate the use of the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) to accelerate Evolutionary Computation applications, in particular Genetic Programming approaches.  ...  We show that it is possible to get speed increases of several hundred times over a typical CPU implementation, catapulting GPU processing for these applications into the realm of HPC.  ...  However, until recently it was cumbersome to use this resource for general purpose computing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hpcs.2007.17 dblp:conf/hpcs/HardingB07 fatcat:yfrxmhug6fhzlcgflangrfkqaq

CNN Technology for Spatiotemporal Signal Processing

David López Vilariño, Diego Cabello Ferrer, Víctor Manuel Brea Sánchez, Ronald Tetzlaff, Chin-Teng Lin
2009 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing  
Cellular Neural Networks (CNNs) are a paradigm for nonlinear spatial-temporal dynamics and the core of the Cellular Wave Computing (also called CNN technology).  ...  The impressive pace of the Moore's Law has led to the introduction of ever more complex CMOS digital approaches like high-end FPGAs, multicore general purpose microprocessors, or general purpose Graphic  ...  Cellular Neural Networks (CNNs) are a paradigm for nonlinear spatial-temporal dynamics and the core of the Cellular Wave Computing (also called CNN technology).  ... 
doi:10.1155/2009/854806 fatcat:nv5jb4vrtbd2bagz2fezmtp3tq

A new reconstruction and the first implementation of Goto's FSSP algorithm

Hiroshi Umeo, Mitsuki Hirota, Youhei Nozaki, Keisuke Imai, Takashi Sogabe
2018 Applied Mathematics and Computation  
We show that the reconstructed algorithm can be generalized as to the initial general's position and its implementation on a cellular automaton with 434 internal states and 13328 state-transition rules  ...  The general purpose of this investigation is to achieve more insights into the structure of the classical minimum-time FSSP solutions and such insights would be helpful in the design of new FSSP algorithms  ...  We show that the reconstructed algorithm can be generalized as to the initial general's position and its implementation on a cellular automaton with 434 internal states and 13328 state-transition rules  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.amc.2017.05.015 fatcat:wbj5imehenayxeallcucd2jmiu

General-purpose systolic arrays

K.T. Johnson, A.R. Hurson, B. Shirazi
1993 Computer  
The idea of a community of engineers, scientists, or researchers time-sharing on a single mainframe computer could hardly have become ancient any more quickly.  ...  Rcal-time applications that require intensive 110 and computation need not consume all the resources of a supercomputer.  ...  Scheiber, "The Saxpy Matrix-1: A General-Purpose Systolic Computer." Computer. Vol. 20. No. 7, July 1987. pp. 35-43. 5. K.W. Przytula and J.B.  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.241423 fatcat:5pbdb7wypbbqzk7riagtv5jsvq
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