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Conference Paper: Massively parallel full-wave modeling of advanced packaging structures on BlueGene supercomputer

TitleMassively parallel full-wave modeling of advanced packaging structures on BlueGene supercomputer
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Issue Date2008
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Proceedings - Electronic Components And Technology Conference, 2008, p. 1218-1224 How to Cite?
AbstractA parallel, distributed memory version of a full wave Method of Moments (MoM) solution combined with the Reduced Coupling approximation technique is presented on the largest parallel-server. Modeling results for product-level simulation of a single-chip module are correlated with time-domain measurements for validation of the technique. Scaling for this and other representative examples are shown for up to 16,384 compute nodes on IBM's BlueGene supercomputer, the largest parallel-platform ever reported for MoM based solutions. © 2008 IEEE.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/158553
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dc.description.abstractA parallel, distributed memory version of a full wave Method of Moments (MoM) solution combined with the Reduced Coupling approximation technique is presented on the largest parallel-server. Modeling results for product-level simulation of a single-chip module are correlated with time-domain measurements for validation of the technique. Scaling for this and other representative examples are shown for up to 16,384 compute nodes on IBM's BlueGene supercomputer, the largest parallel-platform ever reported for MoM based solutions. © 2008 IEEE.en_US
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