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By Geerd-R. Hoffmann (auth.), Dipl.-Math. Geerd-R. Hoffmann, Dr. Dimitris K. Maretis (eds.)

The sunrise of hugely Parallel Processing in Meteorology offers gathered papers of the 3rd workshop in this subject held on the eu Centre of Medium-Range climate Forecasts (ECMWF). It presents an perception into the cutting-edge in utilizing parallel processors operationally, and permits extrapolation to different time-critical functions. It additionally records the appearance of vastly parallel platforms to deal with those applications.

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Because the links are serial, just a simple cable is needed to connect two transputers. Communication via these links is set up a link-communication, communication is completed. The to memory by DMA. This DMA links operate at the same time. completely controlled by hardware. After a process the communicating process is suspended until hardware takes care of reading and writing data from does hardly decrease processing speed, even when all has the and four Another nice feature is the on-chip RAM.

There are two effects from this: first communications are at a very low level in the code and second a minimum size for the sub grid on each processor is imposed, if we wish to get the maximum speed from the processor. The corresponding segment of code will look like this SEQ PAR Do communications for outer region Do calculations for inneT region ... Do calculations for outer region For a brief explanation of Occam see appendix A. The constraint on array size is to ensure that there are enough calculations to overlap communications (otherwise the processor will waste time waiting for communications to finish).

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