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Aylamazyan Program Systems Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences
 

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• Содержание выпуска •
• Supercomputing Software and Hardware •
• Artificial Intelligence, Intelligence Systems, Neural Networks •
• Information Systems in Culture and Education •
• Methods for Optimal Control and Control Theory •
• Mathematical Foundations of Programming •
• Software and Hardware for Distributed Systems and Supercomputers •

Software and Hardware for Distributed Systems and Supercomputers

Responsible for the Section: Sergei Abramov, Dr. Phys.-Math.Sci., corresponding member of RAS

On the left: assigned number of the paper, submission date, the number of A5 pages contained in the paper, and the reference to the full-text PDF .

 

Article # 39_2017

24 с.

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submitted on 11th Dec 2017 displayed on website on 28th Dec 2017

Alexei Adamovich, Andrei Klimov
How to create deterministic by construction parallel programs? Problem statement and survey of related works

One of the main problems that make parallel programming unreliable, labor-intensive, error-prone, and programs difficult to debug, is the non-determinism of processes and results of computation, when several runs of the same program with the same input data can produce different results because of different order of interaction of parallel processes. In connection with the rapid growth in the complexity of programs for supercomputers, the idea of parallel computations with determinism, guaranteed by language and a programming system has become more popular in the last decade and is becoming more vital.
The problem of how to make parallel programming as deterministic as possible is analyzed. An overview of some approaches to solving it is given. The task of developing a system that provides an opportunity to write both deterministic and nondeterministic code with guarantees to the application programmer that his program is deterministic, is discussed. (In Russian).


Key words: parallel computation models, deterministic programs, functional programming, object-oriented programming.

article citation

http://psta.psiras.ru/read/psta2017_4_221-244.pdf

DOI

https://doi.org/10.25209/2079-3316-2017-8-4-221-244

Article # 40_2017

18 с.

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submitted on 04th Dec 2017 displayed on website on 28th Dec 2017

Boris Shabanov, Aleksey Ovsiannikov, Anton Baranov, Sergey Leshchev, Boris Dolgov, Dmitriy Derbyshev
The distributed network of the supercomputer centers for collaborative research

The article is devoted to the project of the creation of the distributed network of the supercomputer centers for collaborative research. The key technique for improving the availability and efficiency of the supercomputer centers is the integration of the centers into a joint distributed network. This technique allows to redistribute the workload between resources by the redirecting of the user’s jobs from one center job queue to another depending on the instant resource usage.
The pilot project of the supercomputer centers distributed network is based on Joint Supercomputer Center in Moscow and Siberian Supercomputer Center in Novosibirsk. The centers communicate by the secure high-performance link. The results of the communication environment research are presented. (In Russian).


Key words: supercomputer center, center for collaborative research, secure communications, distributed computing.

article citation

http://psta.psiras.ru/read/psta2017_4_245-262.pdf

DOI

https://doi.org/10.25209/2079-3316-2017-8-4-245-262

Article # 41_2017

21 с.

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submitted on 16th Dec 2017 displayed on website on 28th Dec 2017

Y. V. Shevchuk, E. V. Shevchuk, A. Y. Ponomarev, I. A. Vogt, A. V. Elistratov, A. Y. Vakhrin, R. E. Yarovicyn
Etherbox: a protocol for modular sensor networks

Etherbox is an application level protocol for sensor networks that achieves the flexibility needed for modular sensor networks by representing all commands and data transferred in the form of virtual machine bytecode. We introduce the Etherbox protocol and compare it with MQTT-SN and CoAP, then consider the software architecture of sensor nodes and the controlling computer. (In Russian)


Key words: sensor network, IoT, Etherbox, MQTT, MQTT-SN, CoAP.

article citation

http://psta.psiras.ru/read/psta2017_4_263-283.pdf

DOI

https://doi.org/10.25209/2079-3316-2017-8-4-221-244

Article # 42_2017

19 с.

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submitted on 16th Dec 2017 displayed on website on 28th Dec 2017

Y. V. Shevchuk, E. V. Shevchuk, A. Y. Ponomarev, I. A. Vogt, A. V. Elistratov, A. Y. Vakhrin, R. E. Yarovicyn
Etherbox: a protocol for modular sensor networks

Etherbox is an application level protocol for sensor networks that achieves the flexibility needed for modular sensor networks by representing all commands and data transferred in the form of virtual machine bytecode. We introduce the Etherbox protocol and compare it with MQTT-SN and CoAP, then consider the software architecture of sensor nodes and the controlling computer.

Key words: sensor network, IoT, Etherbox, MQTT, MQTT-SN, CoAP.

article citation

http://psta.psiras.ru/read/psta2017_4_285-303.pdf

DOI

https://doi.org/10.25209/2079-3316-2017-8-4-285-303

Article # 43_2017

13 с.

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submitted on 07th Dec 2017 displayed on website on 28th Dec 2017

Nikolay Dikarev, Boris Shabanov, Aleksandr Shmelev
Execution of sorting algorithms on vector dataflow processor

Sorting is a common problem in computer science and there is a lot of algorithms, both sequential and parallel to solve this problem. Therefore, several wellknown sorting algorithms were selected for testing Vector Dataflow Processor(VDP). In this paper we analyze advantages and disadvantages of the VDP for solving the sorting problem and compare performance based on the simulation results with the best traditional processors. (In Russian).

Key words: supercomputer, vector processor, dataflow architecture, performance evaluation, merge sort, bitonic sort.

article citation

http://psta.psiras.ru/read/psta2017_4_305-317.pdf

DOI

https://doi.org/10.25209/2079-3316-2017-8-4-305-317

Article # 44_2017

8 с.

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submitted on 28th Oct 2017 displayed on website on 28th Dec 2017

Vladimir Roganov, Valerii Osipov, German Matveev
Integration of Ray Tracing system Tachyon and T-system with an open architecture (OpenTS)

This paper describes integration of Ray Tracing system Tachyon of Intel® Threading Building Blocks library and T-system with an open architecture (OpenTS). (In Russian).

Key words: dynamic parallelization, T-system with an open architecture, OpenTS, T++ language, parallel programming, tachyon, Ray Tracing, Intel TBB.

article citation

http://psta.psiras.ru/read/psta2017_4_319-326.pdf

DOI

https://doi.org/10.25209/2079-3316-2017-8-4-319-326

 

• Содержание выпуска •
• Supercomputing Software and Hardware •
• Artificial Intelligence, Intelligence Systems, Neural Networks •
• Information Systems in Culture and Education •
• Methods for Optimal Control and Control Theory •
• Mathematical Foundations of Programming •
• Software and Hardware for Distributed Systems and Supercomputers •

 

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