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  • A finite element splitting extrapolation for second order hyperbolic equations 

    He, X. M.; Lu, T. (Siam Publications, 2009)
    Splitting extrapolation is an efficient technique for solving large scale scientific and engineering problems in parallel. This article discusses a finite element splitting extrapolation for second order hyperbolic equations ...
  • A Compiler Directed Framework for Parallel Compositional Systems 

    Mukherjee, Joy (Virginia Tech, 2002-12-17)
    This research proposes a language independent intra-process framework for object based composition of unmodified code modules. Intuitively, the two major programming models - threads and processes - can be considered as ...
  • The Design of the Node for the Single Chip Message Passing (SCMP) Parallel Computer 

    Bucciero, Mark Benjamin (Virginia Tech, 2004-05-11)
    Current processor designs use additional transistors to add functionality that improves performance. These features tend to exploit instruction level parallelism. However, a point of diminishing returns has been reached ...
  • The Design of the Node for the Single Chip Message Passing (SCMP) Parallel Computer 

    Bucciero, Mark Benjamin (Virginia Tech, 2004-03-23)
    Current processor designs use additional transistors to add functionality that improves performance. These features tend to exploit instruction level parallelism. However, a point of diminishing returns has been reached ...
  • Drawing Music, Playing Architecture 

    Makrinos, George Adam (Virginia Tech, 2005-05-25)
    ARCHITECTURE AND MUSIC SHARE INTRINSIC MEANINGS GENERATED BY A CONSTANT STREAM OF METAPHORS WHICH ARE FORMS OF POETIC TRANSFORMATIONS. This thesis sought to challange the present way an architect-musician makes drawings ...
  • High Performance Algorithms for Structural Analysis of Grid Stiffened Panels 

    Qu, Shaohong (Virginia Tech, 1997-09-19)
    In this research, we apply modern high performance computing techniques to solve an engineering problem, structural analysis of grid stiffened panels. An existing engineering code, SPANDO, is studied and modified to execute ...
  • Modeling and Control of Parallel Three-Phase PWM Converters 

    Ye, Zhihong (Virginia Tech, 2000-09-15)
    This dissertation studies modeling and control issues of parallel three-phase pulse-width modulated (PWM) converters. The converters include three-phase boost rectifiers, voltage source inverters, buck rectifiers and current ...