Scaling Scientific Computing with NVSHMEM

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Figure 1. In the NVSHMEM memory model, each process (PE) has private memory, as well as symmetric memory that forms a partition of the partitioned global address space. When you double the number of processors used to solve a given problem, you expect the solution time to be cut in half. However, most programmers know…

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