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Parallel Computing Concepts
Richard Brown
This concept module will introduce a core of parallel computing notions that CS majors and minors should know in preparation for the era of manycore computing, including parallelism categories, concurrency issues and solutions, and programming strategies.

Concurrent Access to Data Structures
Professor Libby Shoop, Macalester College
This module enables students to experiment with creating a task-parallel solution to the problem of crawling the web by using Java threads and thread-safe data structures available in the java.util.concurrent package.

Multicore Programming with OpenMP
Richard Brown; Elizabeth Shoop
In this lab, we will create a program that intentionally uses multi-core parallelism, upload and run it on the MTL, and explore the issues in parallelism and concurrency that arise. This module uses OpenMP.

Multi-core programming with Intel's Manycore Testing Lab (using Threading Building Blocks)
Professor Richard Brown, St. Olaf College
Intel Corporation has set up a special remote system that allows faculty and students to work with computers with lots of cores, called the Manycore Testing Lab (MTL). In this lab, we will create a program that intentionally uses multi-core parallelism, upload and run it on the MTL, and explore the issues in parallelism and concurrency that arise.

Parallel Sorting
Elizabeth Shoop
This module, targeted for algorithms and data structures courses, examines the theoretical PRAM model and its use when designing a parallel version of the mergesort algorithm.



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