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Berry M.W., Gallivan K.A., Gallopoulos E., Grama A., Philippe B., Saad Y., Saied F. (eds.) High-Performance Scientific Computing. Algorithms and Applications

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Berry M.W., Gallivan K.A., Gallopoulos E., Grama A., Philippe B., Saad Y., Saied F. (eds.) High-Performance Scientific Computing. Algorithms and Applications
Издательство Springer, 2012, -468 pp.
This collection is a tribute to the intellectual leadership and legacy of Prof. Ahmed H. Sameh. His significant contributions to the field of Parallel Computing, over his long and distinguished career, have had a profound influence on high performance computing algorithms, applications, and systems. His defining contributions to the field of Computational Science and Engineering, and its associated educational program, resulted in a generation of highly trained researchers and practitioners. His high moral character and fortitude serve as exemplars for many in the community and beyond.
Prof. Sameh did his graduate studies in Civil Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). Upon completion of his Ph.D. in 1966, he was recruited by Daniel L. Slotnick, Professor and Director of the Illiac IV project, to develop various numerical algorithms. Prof. Sameh joined the Department of Computer Science as a Research Assistant Professor, subsequently becoming a Professor, and along with Profs. Duncan Lawrie, Daniel Gajski and Edward Davidson served as the Associate Director of the Center for Supercomputing Research and Development (CSRD). CSRD was established in 1984 under the leadership of Prof. David J. Kuck to build the University of Illinois Cedar multiprocessor. Prof. Sameh directed the CSRD Algorithms and Applications Group. His visionary, yet practical outlook, in which algorithms were never isolated either from real applications or from architecture and software, resulted in seminal contributions. By 1995 CSRD’s main mission had been accomplished, and Prof. Sameh moved to the University of Minnesota as Head of the Computer Science Department and William Norris Chair for Large-Scale Computing. After a brief interlude, back at UIUC, to lead CSRD, during which he was very active in planning the establishment of Computational Science and Engineering as a discipline and an associated graduate program at UIUC, he returned to Minnesota, where he remained until 1997. He moved to Purdue University as the Head and Samuel D. Conte Professor of Computer Science. Prof. Sameh, who is a Fellow of SIAM, ACM and IEEE, was honored with the IEEE 1999 Harry H. Goode Memorial Award For seminal and influential work in parallel numerical algorithms.
Parallel Numerical Computing from Illiac IV to Exascale—The Contributions of Ahmed H. Sameh
Computational Capacity-Based Codesign of Computer Systems
Measuring Computer Performance
A Compilation Framework for the Automatic Restructuring of Pointer-Linked Data Structures
Dense Linear Algebra on Accelerated Multicore Hardware
The Explicit Spike Algorithm: Iterative Solution of the Reduced System
The Spike Factorization as Domain Decomposition Method; Equivalent and Variant Approaches
Parallel Solution of Sparse Linear Systems
Parallel Block-Jacobi SVD Methods
Robust and Efficient Multifrontal Solver for Large Discretized PDEs
A Preconditioned Scheme for Nonsymmetric Saddle-Point Problems
Effect of Ordering for Iterative Solvers in Structural Mechanics Problems
Scaling Hypre’s Multigrid Solvers to 100,000 Cores
A Riemannian Dennis-Moré Condition
A Jump-Start of Non-negative Least Squares Solvers
Fast Nonnegative Tensor Factorization with an Active-Set-Like Method
Knowledge Discovery Using Nonnegative Tensor Factorization with Visual Analytics
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