[mpich-discuss] A good starting point for programming and understanding MPI, and parallel programming in general.
jczhang at mcs.anl.gov
Wed Dec 11 09:50:03 CST 2013
Yes, you can install the latest mpich (http://www.mpich.org/downloads/)
and run it on your laptop.
Do a google search, there are many MPI tutorials. I used this one when I
started to learn MPI, https://computing.llnl.gov/tutorials/mpi/
On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 8:54 AM, mark <dimitsas.markos at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello from Greece!
> Being new in this field, what would be a good starting point to master MPI
> and parallel programming in general? First of i don't have a cluster, so
> all the computations are going to happen to a modern day linux laptop.
> However if i get familiar with MPI, i will have the chance to work with a
> cluster remotely on some text retrieval algorithms (yea right :P) for my
> bachelor thesis.
> So, looking for starting points and speed learning about MPI (and parallel
> programming) in general.
> Any tips and advices are welcome.Thank you :)
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