Analysis of clustered recurrent event data with application by Schaubel D.E., Cai J.

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Here, the BEST solver is used for most of the benchmarks whose results are shown in this paper. The benchmark itself (a plane channel) is motivated by wall bounded turbulence flows. The lattice Boltzmann method consist of a discretized kinetic equation for the one particle thstribution function / , / ā€ž ( x + cā€ž, t + 1) = /ā€ž(x, t) ~~ - {/ā€ž(x, t) ~~ / ^ ' ( x , t)} , (1) T for which an appropriate phase velocities lattice need to be specified. In BEST , the 3D spatial cartesian grid is coupled to the D3Q19 streaming Fig.

The bank shortage is more serious for SX-7C. Figure 28 shows the comparison of the efficiency of SX-7 and SX-7C when increasing the number of CPUs (decreasing the number of banks per CPU). When the number of CPUs reaches 8 in SX-7C, the number of banks also reaches the minimum number of banks (512 banks). In this situation, the efficiency of SX-7C (and SX-8 with the same architecture) becomes half of the SX-7, which means that the sustained system performance of the both systems is the same even though SX-7C (and SX-8) has twice the peak performance of SX-7.

The performance of this code is primarily determined by the performance of electromagnetic field calculation processes. T h e basic computation structure of the processes consists of triple-nested loops with non-unit stride memory accesses. T h e ratio of the calculation cost to the total execution is 80%. The innermost loop length is 500+. Antenna T h e antenna code is for studying radiation patterns of an Anti-Podal Fermi Antenna (APFA) t o design high gain antennas [14]. T h e simulation consists of two sections, a calculation of the electromagnetic field around an APFA using the F D T D method with Berenger's P M L , and an analysis of the radiation patterns using the Fourier transform.

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