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Each student should run the mpi (./build4mpi) and OpenMP (./build4omp) versions of the Julia Set application. Do this by requesting an interactive job that has 12 processors per node (ppn=12 in the qsub command). Keep track of the elapsed time reported by each version and compare with the one reported when you used the cpu (i.e. serial) version.
Hint: Adding the -q debug option to your qsub command will request access to the debug queue and reduce the time you have to wait for your interactive job to be scheduled.
Calculate the speedup for each version (speedup=elapsed_time_serial/elapsed_time_parallel) and e-mail your results to email@example.com. In your e-mail you should also include a discussion of the speedup - is it about what you would expect, given that the parellel versions use 12 processors vs. just one for the serial version? Why or why not?
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