MPI vs OpenMP: A case study on parallel generation of Mandelbrot set

MPI vs OpenMP: A case study on parallel generation of Mandelbrot set

Journal

  • Journal title: Innovación y Software
  • ISSN: 2708-0927 (print) 2708-0935 (online)
  • Publisher: Universidad La Salle
  • Country of publisher: peru
  • Platform/Host/Aggregator: OJS
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2020/Jun/29

Subject and more

  • LCC Subject Category: Computer and Information Science, Computer Science, Software Engineering, Engineering, Technology, Artificial Intelligence
  • Publisher's keywords: C++, MPI, OpenMP, parallel computing, Mandelbrot set
  • Language of fulltext: spanish, catalan, english
  • Full-text formats available: PDF
  • Time From Submission to Publication: 6

AUTHORS

    Ernesto Soto Gómez

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ABSTRACT

Nowadays, some of the most popular tools for parallel programming are Message Passing Interface (MPI) and Open Multi-Processing (OpenMP). It is of interest to compare these tools in solving the same kind of problems, because of the use of different approaches to inter-task communication. This work attempts to contribute to this goal by running trials in a centralized shared memory architecture in the case of problems with an entirely parallel solution. The selected case study was the parallel computation of Mandelbrot set. Trials were conducted for different iteration limits, processors amount, and C++ implementation variants. The results show better performance in the case of OpenMP.

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