Courses

CMSC 603: High Perf Distrib Systems

The course will assume undergraduate-level background in algorithms, data structures and parallel programming. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to understand the concepts underlying distributed systems; analyze problems to identify performance bottlenecks, parallelization opportunities and concurrency issues in a distributed environment; create distributed and scalable implementations using multiple hosts/GPUs; design and implement algorithms using Hadoop, Spark and CUDA. 

Total Credit Hours: 3
Semester(s):
Fall 2019
Prerequisites:
graduate standing in computer science or related discipline or acceptance into five-year accelerated program in comp sci
Instructor:
Alberto Cano Rojas
Instructor Email:
acano@vcu.edu

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