Or sum up of a summer upon HPCs. Index In my one + three blog posts, I tried to present every 20 days a different aspect. Me + three relatively different topics that combined provide the basis of my unique …

Calling the __main__ Read More »

A video of my work is published on the Youtube. For anyone who is interested, it can also be viewed here. The details of my project can be found in this github repository, https://github.com/ljchan1/SoHPC_19. Also, a magazine will be published …

What is Next?? Read More »

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In the German movie Good bye, Lenin, a proud socialist woman falls into a comma in October 1989. When she wakes up again, the Wall has already fallen. To protect her health, her son decides to hide this historical episode …

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Everything comes to an end…

So this is the end of my SoHPC. I hope you enjoyed reading my blog posts!


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Goodbye CINECA! Goodbye Li! Last week concluded my (almost) two month stay at CINECA in Bologna. I worked on an interesting project and got to experience the life in Bologna. Project The first big part of my project was data …

Goodbye CINECA! Goodbye Li! Read More »

Hey all!
Today I just wanted to make a brief introduction to HPC to the Jon Snows who know nothing about HPC!
I hope this post can be useful!

Do not hesitate to contact me if you have some questions or want to tell me what you think about this!

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The past two months have been a really great experience and i would like to thank PRACE summer for the opportunity that has given me to participate in this program and work with supercomputers. I would also like to thank …

From Bologna to Julich to the very end Read More »

Firstly, you need a local virtual instance of Hadoop with R, which you can download from Oracle Virtual Machine (or VMWare) and the image from Mint-Hadoop.ova. This ova file already contains a working version of Hadoop & RStudio. Starting Hadoop …

Learn to Write MapReduce in R Step-by-Step Read More »

All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances… William Shakespeare I admit this is a bit pathetic, but maybe it’s the end of these great two months which …

Goodbye, GASNet! Read More »

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Hello, my friends. Today we will learn how to cook the dish show bellow, in Python, using PyQt5. I don’t know if you see it yet, but bellow is a dish of pasta with tomato sauce and cheese. Still don’t …

Recipe for a delicious dish Read More »

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It’s hard to believe that I have less than a week left here in Luxembourg. The past few days have been quite busy between filming my presentation, working on my final report, tidying up my code, and fleshing out the …

Tying up loose ends Read More »

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My time in Amsterdam is coming to an end. Not only did Allison and I explore a lot, but we also learned a lot and are now finalising our projects. So, for one last time, I guess it’s time to …

Performance and Encryption goals – can you really have it all? Read More »

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Sadly, this is my last post for the Summer of HPC. It’s been a great two months! Today, I’d like to talk about the final results of my project, namely the use of my animation framework for the coastal defence/wave demonstration, and the web framework I created for the simulation. First, a video of the coastal defence simulation in action!

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Hi everyone! In my last blog post I introduced the Intel Movidius Neural Compute stick and sketched out a rough idea of what it is good for. In this post, I would like to build up on that and describe …

Having the right toolkit at hand is crucial! Read More »

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First of all, I wanted to share the final presentation of my project, in which some of the concepts mentioned in previous articles are explained in a more visual way. After two articles in which the basics of aerodynamics and …

CFD and Formula Student: How to start Read More »

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A distributed sorted array after the parallel Radix Sort.

Hi everybody! The time has come to talk about parallelization and MPI, the heart of our topic and my project. First, the problem the parallel Radix Sort can solve will be presented. Then, we will see the algorithm before talking …

Fastest sorting algorithm for distributed systems (Parallel Radix Sort) [Difficulty: Medium] Read More »

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Allison and Kara in Zaanse Schans

Just a quick info: This blog post was written by Allison Walker and Kara Moraw. Due to a missing plugin, the shared authorship is not displayed correctly, so we’re letting you know like this instead. ** This post is intended …

8 weeks in Amsterdam: Too Dutch of a good thing? Read More »

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In last blog post I talked about over/under sampling as a method to address unbalanced datasets. As a data transformation method it is important that we are cautious when evaluating performance of classifiers when we are performing over/under sampling. In …

Preprocessing pipeline and train/test set separation Read More »

This will be the last blog post, so Martin, don’t be sad. Before leaving this amazing summer school, let me sum up what I achieved. In overall, this experience has been amazing. Although there were ups and downs throughout my …

Bye, CINECA!!! Bye, Martin!!! Read More »

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The goal of my project is to construct a classifier (learner) that will be able to recognize (and possibly predict) abnormal behavior of HPC system. Naturally abnormal behavior and faults represent relatively small part of the overall data collected from …

Learning on unbalanced classes Read More »

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