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The SCC and the SICSA multi-core challenge

By W.P. Cockshott and A. Koliousis

Abstract

Two phases of the SICSA Multi-core Challenge have\ud gone past. The first challenge was to produce concordances of\ud books for sequences of words up to length N; and the second\ud to simulate the motion of N celestial bodies under gravity. We\ud took both challenges on the SCC, using C and the Linux Shell.\ud This paper is an account of the experiences gained. It also gives\ud a shorter account of the performance of other systems on the\ud same set of problems, as they provide benchmarks against which\ud the SCC performance can be compared with

Topics: QA76
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.gla.ac.uk:58983
Provided by: Enlighten

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