Do we really know how water moves?

Close your eyes, think about what would happen when the spray beats the shore, or the water from faucet comes into your body.
This is a simplest animation showing how water changes its speed after it counters a wall.


The color is speed of water and the water is from left side with 1m/s. Can anyone has ability to simulate it in our brain? I guess its super hard unless you see thousands of similar pictures like this.
So that if the simulation becomes much complex than this one like I mentioned before the spray beats the shore, I guess there will be a big gap between our imaginations and real situations.

MPI non-blocking receiving with OpenMP

A simple prototype

  1. In the cluster, a Master – Slave structure set up. Master node responses to send the task to slave nodes and regularly check the status of all slave nodes(busy or idle). Salve nodes response to split task from master into sub tasks running with multi-threads.
  2. Master node assigns tasks by iterating each row of the first column in the lattice. If all slave nodes are busy, master will waiting for feedback from slave nodes, otherwise master node will send the new task to the idle slave node.
  3. Master node uses non-blocking method(Irecv) to get the feedback from slave node. So that master node is able to check status of all slave nodes as well as receive feedback.
  4. Slave node splits task into subtask by iterating each row of the second column in the lattice, which is running in a dynamic schedule looping. So that each thread can keep busy all time.

Non-blocking MPI

pool[node] is used to record working slave nodes, wait[node] is used to record if MPI_Irecv is running for the working slave node. Then use MPI_Request_get_status to check the status of request.

            //receive result from slave nodes
            for(int node=0; node < (num_nodes-1); node++){
                        MPI_Irecv(&node_solution[node], 1, MPI_INT, node+1, TAG, MPI_COMM_WORLD,&rq[node]);

//                         printf("rec by node %d: %d - %d \n",row,node+1,node_solution[node]);
                        total_solution += node_solution[node];

How to complie

compile with openmp: mpic++ -fopenmp NQ-MPI.cpp -o NQ
run in mpi: mpirun -np 5 --host arch06,arch07,arch04,arch05,arch08 ./NQ