Design and implementation of a parallel computing system using MIL-STD-1553

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2002
Codur, Kemal Burak
In this thesis a parallel computing system using MIL-STD-1553 data bus interconnection network which is a military standard developed for aircraft applications and has some unique features that differs from commercial network standards is designed and implemented. The system is developed to satisfy the properties of the network and proposes a framework for design, coding and execution of parallel programs. Moreover it provides a user interface that issimilar to the interfaces of popular Message Passing Systems so that it can be easily used by parallel application programmers. The parallel computing system has been tested with a cryptography application which is data intensive and numerical integration applications which need small amount of data transfers. The results showed that the system performance is poor for data intensive applications while there is a significant speed up in numerical integration applications.

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K. B. Codur, “Design and implementation of a parallel computing system using MIL-STD-1553,” Middle East Technical University, 2002.