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Computational Science, Engineering & Technology Series
ISSN 1759-3158
DEVELOPMENTS IN PARALLEL, DISTRIBUTED, GRID AND CLOUD COMPUTING FOR ENGINEERING
Edited by: B.H.V. Topping and P. Iványi

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1. Computational Fluid Dynamics Applied to the Aerodynamic Design of a Land Based Supersonic Vehicle,
O. Hassan, B. Evans, J.G. Araya and K. Morgan
1
2. Challenges to be Overcome for Engineering Software to Run Efficiently on Petascale Machines,
C. Moulinec, D.R. Emerson, Y. Fournier and P. Vezolle
23
3. Today's Large-Scale Science depends on Network Data Movement based on Twenty Five Years of Technology Development,
W.E. Johnston, E. Dart and B. Tierney
41
4. Parallel Computing in Selected Civil Engineering Problems,
J. Kruis, T. Koudelka, T. Krejcí, J. Madera, M. Šejnoha and J. Sýkora
67
5. GPU Based Simulation of Physical Systems Characterized by Mobile Discrete Interactions,
C.C. Chabalko and B. Balachandran
95
6. HPC CFD Simulations Based on Kinetic Methods Using Multi- and Many-Core Systems,
M. Krafczyk, S. Uphoff, M. Schönherr, M. Geier, K. Kucher and M. Stiebler
125
7. Solving Partial Differential Algebraic Equations and Reactive Transport Models,
J. Erhel, S. Sabit and C. de Dieuleveult
151
8. A Parallel Incompressible Navier-Stokes Solver: Implementation Issues,
G. Houzeaux, H. Owen, B. Eguzkitza, C. Samaniego, R. de la Cruz, H. Calmet, M. Vázquez and M. Ávila
171
9. Reducing Subtask Dispersion in Parallel Systems,
W.J. Knottenbelt and I. Tsimashenka
203
10. Asynchronous Schwarz Methods for Peta and Exascale Computing,
F. Magoulès
229
11. Deflation and Augmentation Techniques in Krylov Subspace Methods for the Solution of Linear Systems,
O. Coulaud, L. Giraud, P. Ramet and X. Vasseur
249
12. Stopping Criteria for Parallel Asynchronous Iterations for Fixed Point Methods,
J.C. Miellou and P. Spiteri
277

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