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Basics of SEM implementation

Find basic examples of how to use MPI within Mathematica, including remote function calls, list manipulation, and graphics generation in a cluster.


See an example showing how to parallelize a problem with interdependency. This requires neighbor-to-neighbor kernel connectivity, and demonstrates scalability and performance enhancement when using multiple CPUs versus a single CPU. It also happens to be an example of cellular automata on a cluster within Mathematica.

Plasma analysis

View an electrostatic plasma simulation implemented in Mathematica, along with a parallelized version using MPI.
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