Coming of Age - Proceedings of the 6th Ecmwf on the Use of Parallel Processors in Meterology

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  • ISBN-13: 9789810222116
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/28/1995
  • Pages: 500

Table of Contents

High-Performance Computing Requirements for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting 1
On "Retarded Potentials" in High-Performance Scientific Computing 12
Heterogeneous Distributed Computing for Weather Forecasts 24
A Parallel Spectral HIRLAM with the Data Parallel Programming Model and with Message Passing - A Comparison 32
A Data Parallel HIRLAM Forecast Model 49
The Operational HIRLAM 2 Model on Parallel Computers 63
Implementation of the Semi-Implicit Scheme in a Message Passing Version of HIRLAM 75
Parallel I/O on Meteorological GRIB Files 91
Parallel Processor Systems for Numerical Weather Prediction and Climate Research 108
Experiences with Operational Use of Massively Parallel Systems 114
Areas of Concern for Multiprocessing - Revisited after 10 Years 123
The CRAY T3D: Performance and Scalability 128
Evaluation of Parallel Processing Technology for Operational Capability at the Forecast Systems Laboratory 142
A Library for the Portable Parallelization of Operational Weather Forecast Models 148
Progress Toward Demonstrating Operational Capability of Massively Parallel Processors at the Forecast Systems Laboratory
Implementation and Initial Results from a Parallel Version of the Meteorological Office Atmosphere Prediction Model 177
Controlling Load Balance, Cache Use and Vector Length in the Unified Model 195
Adapting Parallel IFS/ARPEGE to METEO-FRANCE Implementation 206
Experiences on Porting the "Deutschland-Modell" of DWD to Parallel Platforms and First Results 223
Compiler Technology for Scalable Parallel Architectures - A Short Overview 240
Experiences with the PPPE Parallel Programming Toolset 250
Parallel Implementation, Validation, and Performance of MM5 266
Algorithm Comparison and Benchmarking Using a Parallel Spectral Transform Shallow Water Model 277
Design Issues for the Parallelization of an Optimal Interpolation Algorithm 290
The IFS Model - Overview and Parallel Strategies 303
Performance of the IFS on Parallel Machines - Measurements and Predictions 319
IFS 4D-Variational Analysis - Overview and Parallel Strategy 337
The IFS Model - Performance Measurements 352
Distributed and Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Modelling 370
Massively Parallel Atmospheric Modeling at NCAR 395
A Semi-Implicit Semi-Lagrangian Shallow-Water Model for Massively Parallel Processors 407
Performance of a Number of Processors in Running GCMS at Different Resolutions 424
Forest Topology for Parallel Matrix Multiplication on a Multicomputer 431
The OCCAM Global Ocean Model 446
Parallelism in Semi-Lagrangian Transport 455
Modelling Climate with a Spectral GCM on a Silicon Graphics Symmetric Multiprocessor 472
Parallelization of an OGCM on the CRAY T3D 494
About the Parallelisation of the HOPE Ocean Model 505
A Parallel Coupled Oceanic-Atmospheric General Circulation Model 512
The Design, Implementation and Performance of a Parallel Ocean Circulation Model 523
Experience of Using Parallel Computers in Meteorology - Summary of the Discussion 551
List of Participants 557
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