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Papadimitriou, M. (author)
Nowadays, we live in an era where high performance is in particular demand in a very broad variety of fields. For fulfilling these needs there is, a large selection of high performance computing platforms exists. These platforms vary in terms of architecture as well as their flexibility in terms of programming and programming models. Therefore,...
master thesis 2016
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Gou, C. (author)
We live in a world of connections where everything shares relationships like follow/subscribe in Social Network or protein interactions in Biology Network. A graph database embraces relationships and supports low-level join as its nature. Regular Path queries (RPQs) are queries run against graph database, which are written in the form of regular...
master thesis 2016
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Timal, N.R.N. (author)
Detecting similarities between (RNA, DNA, and protein) sequences is an important part of bioinformatics. Among the algorithms used to accomplish this, the Smith-Waterman algorithm is very popular. A sequential implementation of Smith-Waterman requires quadratic running time with respect to the length of the sequences. As the amount of data in...
master thesis 2015
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Pinitas, G. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Papapetrou Lampraki, N. (author)
In this age of information, data gathering has become a new growing trend. Social networking sites, Internet banking, online communities, all gather and store data concerning their users preferences, interactions or activities. This data is strongly relational and can be represented in the form of graphs where a Vertex represents the subject of...
master thesis 2013
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Spliet, R. (author)
Traditional (sequential) applications use malloc for a variety of dynamic data structures, like linked lists or trees. GPGPU is gaining attention and popularity because its massively-parallel architecture allows for great speed improvement for programs that can be parallelised and implemented for a platform like OpenCL. Programmers who try to...
master thesis 2013
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Turi, D. (author)
In recent years the study of complex systems gained prominence. Since it is usually difficult to use classical mathematic models to understand these systems, scientists and engineers have to resort to simulations. Currently programming languages like CUDA C and OpenCL are available to run large scale simulations on a GPU architecture....
master thesis 2013
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Penders, A. (author)
Data analysis is a rising field of interest for computer science research due to the growing amount of information that is digitally available. This increase in data has as direct consequence that any analysis is significantly complex. By using structured representations for the data sets, like graphs, the analysis becomes feasible, but is still...
master thesis 2012
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Hemminga, S. (author)
In the last few years, the computing industry has changed its course from ever higher clock speeds to multi- and many-core systems. These new parallel systems su?er a “programmability gap”: there is a large gap between the performance a platform is theoretically capable of, and what the programmer is able to achieve. Early programming models...
master thesis 2011
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Raskovic, M. (author)
Multicore systems have become an indispensable part of our everyday life. They represent a viable alternative for increasing processor performance without hitting the memory and power walls. However, the shift from traditional programming to multicore programming has a critical influence in three dimensions: the applications, the software tools,...
master thesis 2010
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