Publication detail

Parallel modelling in FuzzySIMLIB/C++

PERINGER, P., MARTINEK, D.

Original Title

Parallel modelling in FuzzySIMLIB/C++

English Title

Parallel modelling in FuzzySIMLIB/C++

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper deals with parallelisation of a simulation library FuzzySIMLIB/C++. Running simulation experiments on single-processor computer can be very slow -- so we tried to port the FuzzySIMLIB library to parallel environment in order to effectively use the power of multiprocessor machines. We used OpenMP API, because it allows to write elegant programs that are portable between parallel and nonparallel environments. We used OmniMP -- a free implementation of the OpenMP API.

English abstract

This paper deals with parallelisation of a simulation library FuzzySIMLIB/C++. Running simulation experiments on single-processor computer can be very slow -- so we tried to port the FuzzySIMLIB library to parallel environment in order to effectively use the power of multiprocessor machines. We used OpenMP API, because it allows to write elegant programs that are portable between parallel and nonparallel environments. We used OmniMP -- a free implementation of the OpenMP API.

Keywords

modelling, simulation, fuzzy, parallelization

RIV year

2003

Released

29.04.2003

Location

Ostrava

ISBN

80-85988-86-0

Book

Proceedings of 37th International Conference MOSIS´03 Modelling and Simulation of Systems

Pages from

157

Pages to

164

Pages count

8

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT13969,
  author="David {Martinek} and Petr {Peringer}",
  title="Parallel modelling in FuzzySIMLIB/C++",
  annote="This paper deals with parallelisation of a simulation library FuzzySIMLIB/C++.
Running simulation experiments on single-processor computer can be
very slow -- so we tried to port the FuzzySIMLIB library to parallel environment
in order to effectively use the power of multiprocessor machines.
We used OpenMP API, because it allows to write elegant programs that are portable
between parallel and nonparallel environments. We used OmniMP -- a free implementation
of the OpenMP API.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 37th International Conference MOSIS´03 Modelling and Simulation of Systems",
  chapter="13969",
  year="2003",
  month="april",
  pages="157--164",
  type="conference paper"
}