In this paper, the following key techniques are discussed: event description, event filtering, event recognition, time stamping,trace replay, execution replay and view definition. As an example, a parallel debugger is designed for workstation cluster.
With the development of microprocessor and network technology, computing environment, exemplified by cluster of workstations, has come to be one of the hot-spots in the study of parallel computing system.
Spectral characteristics of (H2O)n, (O2)m(H2O)n, and (O)i(H2O)n cluster systems, where m≤2, i≤4, and 10 ≤ n ≤ 50, are studied with the molecular dynamics method using a flexible molecule model.
The absorption coefficient of cluster systems with trapped N2O molecules increases at low frequencies and decays at frequencies ω >amp;gt; 500 cm-1.
Spectral characteristics of (H2O)i, N2(H2O)i, and (N2)2(H2O)i cluster systems, where 10≤i≤50, are studied in the 0 ≤ ε ≤ 3500 cm-1 frequency range with the molecular dynamics method on the basis of a flexible molecule model.
The power of radiation generated by cluster systems at the expense of thermal energy increases considerably when there is one adsorbed argon atom per cluster and decreases with a twofold increase in the number of argon atoms in clusters.
The (H2O)n (I), C2H6(H2O)n (II), and (C2H6)2(H2O)n (III) cluster systems are composed on the basis of specific statistical weights.
In order to realize distributed computing of Ada95, this paper discusses Ada95's distributed system model and an implement model of Ada95's distributed computing-workstation cluster model.
Parallel finite element method using domain decomposition technique is adapted to a distributed parallel environment of workstation cluster.
Using the developed code, a dam structural analysis problem is solved on workstation cluster and results are given.
Since the computing environment with many workstations on networks has recently become available, these workstations can be regarded as a virtual parallel computer, or a workstation cluster to perform finite element analyses.
The efficiency of these search procedures when executed on parallel systems is assessed by experimental results of a MIMD parallel implementation on a Meiko CS-2 and a workstation cluster.