CS 374: Intro. to High Performance Computing


Course Outcomes: Welcome to CS 374, High Performance Computing, at Calvin College. Students successfully completing this course will demonstrate that they:

  1. Understand the concepts and terminology of high performance computing.
  2. Can write and analyze the behavior of high performance parallel programs for distributed memory architectures (using MPI).
  3. Can write and analyze the behavior of high performance parallel programs for shared memory architectures (using Pthreads and OpenMP).
  4. Can write simple programs for the GPU.
  5. Can write simple MapReduce (Hadoop) programs.
  6. Can independently study, learn about, and present some aspect of high performance computing.
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