Wim Bohm
Office: 470 CS Building
Office Hours: MW 10:00-11:00
Louis Rabiet
Office: CSB 120
Office Hours: Tue 09:00 - 11:00 am
Lecture Time and Place:
9:00-9:50, MWF, CSB Room 130

Parallel programming is becoming increasingly critical for a computer scientist/engineer. All new machines are now parallel. There is already a movement that suggests that all students be taught parallel programming in the introductory courses, with sequential programming viewed as a special case. However, parallel programming is not easy. For current CPUs it requires awareness of the multicore architecture, the cache hierarchy, and in some cases the vector floating point capabilitites .
This course will teach you the basic concepts of designing, writing, debugging, and analyzing parallel programs. It covers the two main paradigms: shared memory, and message passing. We will also examine a number of parallel algorithms for a range of problems.

Final exam.
CS475 on campus exam: Monday Dec 15 9:40 am - 11:40 am
On line: One 2 hour online test with all the questions, which can be taken from Monday Dec 15, 10:00 am until Wednesday Dec 17, 23:59.
Final test material: from week 8 (Matrix Multiply) to week 15 (CUDA coalescing).

Please grade your TA here .
As many students have not submitted PA4, we have moved the late date for PA4 to Wednesday Nov 19.
Jan 17: here are the echo lectures for this course.