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Applied Parallel and Scientific Computing: 10th by Luke Czapla, Alexey Siretskiy, John Grime, Malek O. Khan

By Luke Czapla, Alexey Siretskiy, John Grime, Malek O. Khan (auth.), Kristján Jónasson (eds.)

The quantity set LNCS 7133 and LNCS 7134 constitutes the completely refereed post-conference lawsuits of the tenth foreign convention on utilized Parallel and clinical Computing, PARA 2010, held in Reykjavík, Iceland, in June 2010. those volumes comprise 3 keynote lectures, 29 revised papers and forty five minisymposia shows prepared at the following issues: cloud computing, HPC algorithms, HPC programming instruments, HPC in meteorology, parallel numerical algorithms, parallel computing in physics, medical computing instruments, HPC software program engineering, simulations of atomic scale structures, instruments and environments for accelerator established computational biomedicine, GPU computing, excessive functionality computing period equipment, real-time entry and processing of huge facts units, linear algebra algorithms and software program for multicore and hybrid architectures in honor of Fred Gustavson on his seventy fifth birthday, reminiscence and multicore matters in clinical computing - conception and praxis, multicore algorithms and implementations for software difficulties, quickly PDE solvers and a posteriori errors estimates, and scalable instruments for prime functionality computing.

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This can lead to much improved estimates of various properties, but the mathematical task of finding the optimal set of orbitals becomes more challenging. The ODD functional form can, in particular, be used to correct for the socalled self-interaction error in GGA functionals. The evaluation of the Coulomb energy from the total electron density as in (1) includes interaction of the electrons with themselves, a self-interaction energy. Ideally, the Exc correction term should remove this error, but in practice the approximations used for Exc , such as PBE, only partly cancel it out.

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The explicit treatment of ions considered here and found extensively in past literature [15] allows for a more accurate depiction of the association between a polyelectrolyte and the ions in a solution environment. 10 L. Czapla et al. Fig. 3. Scaling up to as many as 384 nodes within the original MPI implementation. The ideal speed-up is shown in the dashed line, while the three solid lines represent the resulting speed-up for three different sets of polyelectrolyte simulations. Our results show that for polyelectrolyte models, the build up of counterions in shielding electrostatic interactions in the vicinity of the large charge density of the polymer is poorly described by a Boltzmann distribution of ions, due to strong electrostatic interactions and the correlation of ions built up around the polymer.

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