Parallel Algorithms for Calculating Underground Water Quality

The PVM system helps us in designing parallel processing programs for multi-computer systems. The implementation of the parallel algorithm enables the solving of large mechanic problems requiring large amounts of computer time and memory.
Results

Figure 3. Xndd program

We designed and built the X Window System program Xndd under Linux. This program can be used for simulating the surface of underground water and the transfer and diffusion of pollution. The interface of the program and some calculation results are shown in Figure 3.

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Tran Van Lang can be reached via e-mail at lang@netnam2.org.vn. He is a research scientist for the Institute of Information Technology branch in Ho Chi Minh City, doing system analysis and design. He uses Linux as a development platform and builds tools for parallel and distributed computations. He enjoys spending his off-work time with his wife and two daughters.

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