Implementation of Parallel Mesh Partition and Ghost Generation for the Finite Element Mesh Framework
Thesis 2005
Publication Type: MS Thesis
Repository URL: sayantan-masters
Abstract
The Finite Element Method framework allows the user to develop scalable parallel finite element applications easily. During initialization it reads in an input mesh and partitions it into a large number of chunks that are distributed among different processors. This partition process is sequential and memory intensive. Thus the partition algorithm is a bottleneck for running finite element applications with large meshes on a large number of processors. This thesis parallelizes the partition algorithm to remove the memory bottleneck on one processor. It also presents an algorithm to generate ghost elements in parallel.
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Sayantan Chakravorty, "Implementation of parallel mesh partition and ghost generation for the Finite Element Mesh framework", Dept. of Computer Science, University of Illinois, 2005.
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