Enrolled, auditting, or undecided?
Department, year in grad school:
Phone, campus mail address, email address:
Do you have access to a UNIX workstation with internet access and X Windows?
Relevant computing background (machines, languages used):
Relevant mathematics background (numerical analysis, engineering, modeling, physics, etc.):
Briefly describe your most ambitious (or relevant) programming project.
Why do you want to take this class?
Do you have a particular problem/application you'd like to parallelize?
Please fill in the following table, indicating your familiarity with the listed topics. We will cover some or all of these topics during the class, but I want to know what people know.
Quite Somewhat Know what Unfamilar familiar familiar it is UNIX X Windows Computer Block Diagram Pipelining Memory Hierarchy Race Condition Graph algorithms Sorting algorithms Fortran C Matlab Numerical Stability Matrix Multiplication Gaussian Elimination Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors Newton's Laws of Motion Laplaces's or Poisson's equation Heat equation Wave equation Finite difference methods Successive Overrelaxation Multigrid Fast Fourier Transform