The Introduction to the Message Passing Interface (MPI) course provides an overview of the MPI standard with a view to its application to scientific / engineering problems. Throughout the course, the basic concepts behind the message passing paradigm are discussed together with code examples. Course attendees will take part in practicals where they will have the the opportunity to explore motivational examples in C or Fortran using one of the ICHEC systems.
After the course, attendees should
To benefit from this course attendees should have:
|10:15||Process model and language bindings|
|11:00||Hello world practical (compilation, execution)|
|13:00||Messages and point-to-point communication|
|09:30||Global reduction example|
|13:30||Practical: user defined operator, derived datatype and collective communication|
|15:30||Other MPI features|
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