The aim of labs is to familiarize students with the design and implementation of parallel algorithms and to practice the theory from lectures. The tasks are proposed in a way that enables to test/debug/run them on conventional computers. For the purpose of computationally demanding experiments, we arranged the access to Metacentrum.

Attendance at labs is not compulsory with exception of lab 14. However, the attendance is strongly recommended. Our goal is to improve students' knowledge of parallel algorithms, not just to record presence.

Plan of the Labs

n. Topic Notes Handouts Other materials
1 Introduction to parallel programming, environment setting introduction.pdf metacentrum_signup.pdf
2 Cpp11 threads, part 1 cpp_threads_1.pdf
3 Cpp11 threads, part 2 cpp_threads_2.pdf
4 Assignment of the semester project + HW1 hw1_assignment.pdf semester_project.pdf lu.pdf
5 OpenMP, part 1 openmp_1.pdf OpenMP cheatsheet
6 OpenMP, part 2 openmp_2.pdf
7 HW2 hw2_assignment.pdf
8 Semester project - consultation
9 MPI, part 1 mpi.pdf
10 HW3 hw3_assignment.pdf
11 Analysis of parallel algorithms
12 Semester project - consultation
13 Presentations of semester projects, student assessment Attendance is mandatory

Classroom computers

OS: Debian Linux 64b, select “DCE PXE” (without number) during booting

Login: username + main CTU password (the one you use for KOS)

Development environments: CLion (C++), Visual Studio Code, GVim, Eclipse, Geany are installed. CLion is installed in /opt and its license have to be activated (use your JetBrains account).

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