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Ultrascale Visualization of Climate Data
Found in: Computer
By Dean N. Williams,Timo Bremer,Charles Doutriaux,John Patchett,Sean Williams,Galen Shipman,Ross Miller,David R. Pugmire,Brian Smith,Chad Steed,E. Wes Bethel,Hank Childs,Harinarayan Krishnan,Prabhat Prabhat,Michael Wehner,Claudio T. Silva,Emanuele Santos,David Koop,Tommy Ellqvist,Jorge Poco,Berk Geveci,Aashish Chaudhary,Andy Bauer,Alexander Pletzer,Dave Kindig,Gerald L. Potter,Thomas P. Maxwell
Issue Date:September 2013
pp. 68-76
Collaboration across research, government, academic, and private sectors is integrating more than 70 scientific computing libraries and applications through a tailorable provenance framework, empowering scientists to exchange and examine data in novel ways...
 
PAMI: A Parallel Active Message Interface for the Blue Gene/Q Supercomputer
Found in: 2012 IEEE International Symposium on Parallel & Distributed Processing (IPDPS)
By Sameer Kumar,Amith R. Mamidala,Daniel A. Faraj,Brian Smith,Michael Blocksome,Bob Cernohous,Douglas Miller,Jeff Parker,Joseph Ratterman,Philip Heidelberger,Dong Chen,Burkhard Steinmacher-Burrow
Issue Date:May 2012
pp. 763-773
The Blue Gene/Q machine is the next generation in the line of IBM massively parallel supercomputers, designed to scale to 262144 nodes and sixteen million threads. With each BG/Q node having 68 hardware threads, hybrid programming paradigms, which use mess...
 
MPI Collective Communications on The Blue Gene/P Supercomputer: Algorithms and Optimizations
Found in: High-Performance Interconnects, Symposium on
By Ahmad Faraj, Sameer Kumar, Brian Smith, Amith Mamidala, John Gunnels
Issue Date:August 2009
pp. 63-72
The IBM Blue Gene/P (BG/P) system is a massively parallel supercomputer succeeding BG/L, and it comes with many machine design enhancements and new architectural features at the hardware and software levels. This paper presents techniques leveraging such f...
 
Evaluation of Remote Memory Access Communication on the IBM Blue Gene/P Supercomputer
Found in: Parallel Processing Workshops, International Conference on
By Manojkumar Krishnan, Jarek Nieplocha, Michael Blocksome, Brian Smith
Issue Date:September 2008
pp. 109-115
This paper evaluates the performance of remote memory access (RMA) communication and its capabilities on the Blue Gene/P supercomputer. This study includes the high performance implementation and performance of Global Arrays (GA) and its runtime system, ag...
 
An Efficient Parallel Implementation of the Hidden Markov Methods for Genomic Sequence-Search on a Massively Parallel System
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems
By Karl Jiang, Oystein Thorsen, Amanda Peters, Brian Smith, Carlos P. Sosa
Issue Date:January 2008
pp. 15-23
Bioinformatics databases used for sequence comparison and sequence alignment are growing exponentially.This has popularized programs that carry out database searches. Current implementations of sequence alignmentmethods based on hidden Markov models (HMM) ...
 
Building the Tree of Life on Terascale Systems
Found in: Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, International
By Xizhou Feng, Kirk W. Cameron, Carlos P. Sosa, Brian Smith
Issue Date:March 2007
pp. 24
Bayesian phylogenetic inference is an important alternative to maximum likelihood-based phylogenetic method. However, inferring large trees using the Bayesian approach is computationally demandingrequiring huge amounts of memory and months of computational...
 
USE OF BIST IN SUN FIRE<sup>TM</sup> SERVERS
Found in: Test Conference, International
By John Braden, Qing Lin, Brian Smith
Issue Date:November 2001
pp. 1017
The latest UltraSPARC<sup>TM</sup> III generation of servers from Sun Microsystems makes extensive use of BIST and other DFT techniques to help improve test coverage and reduce test time during power-on self test. This lecture is a case study w...
 
HPF: A User's Perspective
Found in: SC Conference
By Brian Smith
Issue Date:December 1995
pp. 90
No summary available.
   
Towards a programming apprentice
Found in: IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
By Carl E. Hewitt,Brian Smith
Issue Date:March 1975
pp. 26-45
The PLANNER Project is constructing a programming apprentice to assist in knowledge based programming. We would like to provide an environment which has substantial knowledge of the semantic domain for which the programs are being written, and knowledge of...
 
Gaze locking: passive eye contact detection for human-object interaction
Found in: Proceedings of the 26th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology (UIST '13)
By Brian A. Smith, Qi Yin, Shree K. Nayar, Steven K. Feiner
Issue Date:October 2013
pp. 271-280
Eye contact plays a crucial role in our everyday social interactions. The ability of a device to reliably detect when a person is looking at it can lead to powerful human-object interfaces. Today, most gaze-based interactive systems rely on gaze tracking t...
     
The deep computing messaging framework: generalized scalable message passing on the blue gene/P supercomputer
Found in: Proceedings of the 22nd annual international conference on Supercomputing (ICS '08)
By Ahmad Faraj, Brian Smith, Charles J. Archer, Dong Chen, Gabor Dozsa, Gheorghe Almasi, Jeff Parker, Joseph Ratterman, Mark E. Giampapa, Michael Blocksome, Philip Heidelberger, Sameer Kumar
Issue Date:June 2008
pp. 3-3
We present the architecture of the Deep Computing Messaging Framework (DCMF), a message passing runtime designed for the Blue Gene/P machine and other HPC architectures. DCMF has been designed to easily support several programming paradigms such as the Mes...
     
Viewing online searching within a learning paradigm
Found in: Proceedings of the 30th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval (SIGIR '07)
By Bernard J. Jansen, Brian Smith, Danielle L. Booth
Issue Date:July 2007
pp. 859-860
In this research, we investigate whether one can model online searching as a learning paradigm. We examined the searching characteristics of 41 participants engaged in 246 searching tasks. We classified the searching tasks according to Anderson and Krathwo...
     
Understanding web search via a learning paradigm
Found in: Proceedings of the 16th international conference on World Wide Web (WWW '07)
By Bernard J. Jansen, Brian Smith, Danielle L. Booth
Issue Date:May 2007
pp. 1207-1208
Investigating whether one can view Web searching as a learning process, we examined the searching characteristics of 41 participants engaged in 246 searching tasks. We classified the searching tasks according an updated version of Bloom.s taxonomy, a six l...
     
Parallel genomic sequence-search on a massively parallel system
Found in: Proceedings of the 4th international conference on Computing frontiers (CF '07)
By Amanda Peters, Brian Smith, Carlos P. Sosa, Heshan Lin, Karl Jiang, Oystein Thorsen, Wu-chun Feng
Issue Date:May 2007
pp. 59-68
In the life sciences, genomic databases for sequence search have been growing exponentially in size. As a result, faster sequence-search algorithms to search these databases continue to evolve to cope with algorithmic time complexity. The ubiquitous tool f...
     
Visualizing health practice to treat diabetes
Found in: CHI '02 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems (CHI '02)
By Brian Smith, Jeana Frost
Issue Date:April 2002
pp. 606-607
This research is about how to help diabetics reflect upon and improve their own health practice by collecting and visualizing health related information. We introduced a new type of data collection to diabetics, photography, to complement the data they usu...
     
Passive capture and structuring of lectures
Found in: Proceedings of the seventh ACM international conference on Multimedia (Part 1) (MULTIMEDIA '99)
By Brian Smith, Sugata Mukhopadhyay
Issue Date:October 1999
pp. 477-487
Despite recent advances in authoring systems and tools, creating multimedia presentations remains a labor-intensive process. This paper describes a system for automatically constructing structured multimedia documents from live presentations. The automatic...
     
Multimedia research (panel session): the grand challenges for the next decade
Found in: Proceedings of the seventh ACM international conference on Multimedia (Part 1) (MULTIMEDIA '99)
By Brian Smith, Dick Bulterman, Lawrence A. Rowe, Philippe Aigrain, Wendy Hall
Issue Date:October 1999
pp. 187-188
Current camera-monitor teleconferencing applications produce unrealistic imagery and break any sense of presence for the participants. Other capture/display technologies can be used to provide more compelling teleconferencing. However, complex geometries i...
     
CU-SeeMe VR immersive desktop teleconferencing
Found in: Proceedings of the fourth ACM international conference on Multimedia (MULTIMEDIA '96)
By Brian Smith, Jefferson Han
Issue Date:November 1996
pp. 199-207
This paper addresses the problem of how to automatically generate visual representations of recorded histories of distributed multimedia collaborations. The work reported here focuses mainly on what we consider to be an innovative approach to this problem,...
     
HPF: a users perspective
Found in: Proceedings of the 1995 ACM/IEEE conference on Supercomputing (CDROM) (Supercomputing '95)
By Brian Smith
Issue Date:December 1995
pp. 90-es
This paper describes the implementation of two high performance linear equation solvers developed for the Fujitsu VPP500, a distributed memory parallel supercomputer system. The solvers take advantage of the key architectural features of VPP500--(1) scalab...
     
Lexical analysis using table look-up (abstract)
Found in: Proceedings of the 1986 ACM fourteenth annual conference on Computer science (CSC '86)
By Brian Smith, Dominic Soda, George W. Zobrist
Issue Date:February 1986
pp. 488
A description of an advanced graphics interface design that provides the applications developer with a very high level graphics environment is presented. The object oriented design is shown to be appropriate to achieving device and implementation independe...
     
Actor induction and meta-evaluation
Found in: Proceedings of the 1st annual ACM SIGACT-SIGPLAN symposium on Principles of programming languages (POPL '73)
By Brian Smith, Carl Hewitt, Irene Greif, Peter Bishop, Richard Steiger, Todd Matson
Issue Date:October 1973
pp. 153-168
The PLANNER project is continuing research in natural and effective means for embedding knowledge in procedures. In the course of this work we have succeeded in unifying the formalism around one fundamental concept: the ACTOR. Intuitively, an ACTOR is an a...
     
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