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CST Seminar on May 12, 14, 19, 21
계산과학전공   2009.05.05   4864

CST Seminar on May 12(Tuesday), 14(Thursday), 19(Tuesday), 21(Thursday),
Speaker: 최병원박사 (인텔)
Title:  Multi-Core Parallelism

Place: 500-L311
Time: 1:00pm

The majority of computers are now equipped with dual-core or quad-core
processors, which provide upgraded performances and expanded usages
compared to the conventional single core systems. Looking at the current
status of multi-core processor design, we expect to have 8 (or even 16)
core processors in a year or two.


The full potential of multi-core systems is unleashed only when the
software is designed to take advantage of the full capabilities of the
machine. This has meant a renewed focus on parallel computing from niche
graduate work to mainstream industry requirements. The shift to parallel
computing is turning conventional linear programming paradigms upside down
and producing a renaissance of development tools, fresh programming
concepts, and a slate of opportunities for developers and system architects
to establish a new ground and create trend-setting applications.


Developers who don’t prepare for this new paradigm may get slotted
into developing for legacy CPUs or face performance issues from unoptimized
codes. It is apparent that tomorrow’s software developers need to
catch up how to architect, develop, and debug the next generation
multi-core platforms.


This series of four lectures will provide an excellent opportunity for the
conventional programmers to learn the basic knowledge and required
programming skills to take advantage of multi-core platforms. The first
lecture will start with an introduction to Intel?? Multi-Core Architecture.
Then, the subsequent lectures will cover techniques to design and implement
parallel applications which can run on Dual/Quad-Core processors and future
Multi-Core Platforms.


Contents of the Lecture:

Introduction to Multi-Core Parallelism

Introduction to Intel?? Multi-Core Architecture

Introduction to Threading and Multi-Threading

Introduction to Thread Programming

Thread Program Optimization with Intel?? Compilers

Performance Analysis and Tuning with Intel?? Threading Tools







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