Much of his study explores Pure mathematics relationship to Algebra over a field. His Algebra over a field study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Pure mathematics. In most of his Epistemology studies, his work intersects topics such as Simple (philosophy). He frequently studies issues relating to Epistemology and Simple (philosophy). He regularly ties together related areas like Order (exchange) in his Finance studies. Much of his study explores Order (exchange) relationship to Finance. His study on Semigroup is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Discrete mathematics. His studies link Semigroup with Discrete mathematics. Ewing Lusk performs multidisciplinary studies into Consciousness and Involution (esoterism) in his work.
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Using MPI: Portable Parallel Programming with the Message-Passing Interface
William Gropp;Ewing Lusk;Anthony Skjellum.
A high-performance, portable implementation of the MPI message passing interface standard
William Gropp;Ewing Lusk;Nathan Doss;Anthony Skjellum.
parallel computing (1996)
Skjellum using mpi: portable parallel programming with the message-passing interface
William D. Gropp;Ewing L. Lusk.
Using MPI-2: Advanced Features of the Message Passing Interface
William Gropp;Ewing Lusk;Rajeev Thakur.
Data sieving and collective I/O in ROMIO
R. Thakur;W. Gropp;W. Gropp;E. Lusk.
symposium on frontiers of massively parallel computation (1999)
Automated reasoning: Introduction and applications
Larry Wos;Ross Overbeck;Ewing Lusk;Jim Boyle.
Portable Programs for Parallel Processors
Ewing Lusk;James Boyle;Ralph Butler;Terrence Disz.
On implementing MPI-IO portably and with high performance
Rajeev Thakur;William Gropp;Ewing Lusk.
workshop on i/o in parallel and distributed systems (1999)
Beowulf Cluster Computing with Linux
Thomas Sterling;Ewing Lusk;William Gropp.
The Aurora or-parallel Prolog system
E. Lusk;R. Butler;T. Disz;R. Olson.
New Generation Computing (1990)
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