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amk_ccc(1)						       Scotch user's manual							amk_ccc(1)

NAME
amk_ccc, amk_fft2, amk_hy, amk_m2, amk_p2 - create target architectures SYNOPSIS
amk_ccc [options] dim [tfile] amk_fft2 [options] dim [tfile] amk_hy [options] dim [tfile] amk_m2 [options] dimX [dimY] [tfile] amk_p2 [options] [wght0] [wght1] [tfile] DESCRIPTION
The amk_* programs create target architecture files for some common, regular topologies. amk_ccc creates a decomposition-defined cube-connected-cycle topology of dimension dim. The decomposition is performed first by bisection along the dimensions of the hypercube, then along the remaining cycle graphs. amk_fft2 creates a decomposition-defined fast-Fourier-transform topology of dimension dim. The decomposition is performed by recursive bisection of the vertices, by descending dimension (that is, bit number in the labeling of the vertices). amk_hy creates a decomposition-defined hypercube topology of dimension dim. The decomposition is performed by recursive bisection of the vertices, by descending dimension (that is, bit number in the labeling of the vertices). Save for experimentation purposes, this program is deprecated, as the algorithmically-defined 'hcub' target architecture is a more convenient and efficient way to represent hypercube archi- tectures. amk_m2 creates a decomposition-defined 2D regular grid topology of dimensions dimX and dimY. The decomposition is performed by recursive splitting along the dimensions, either by cutting the longest one, or by one-way dissection, depending on the '-m' option flag. Save for experimentation purposes, this program is deprecated, as the algorithmically-defined 'mesh2D' and 'mesh3D' target architectures are a more convenient and efficient way to represent 2D and 3D grid architectures. amk_p2 creates a weighted path graph topology comprising only two vertices of weights wght0 and wght1. This is just a helper program, which builds a 'wcmplt' algorithmically-defined complete graph with two vertices. It may be used to compute weighted bisections of a graph. When the proper libraries have been included at compile time, the amk_* programs can directly handle compressed files, both as input and output. A stream is treated as compressed whenever its name is postfixed with a compressed file extension, such as in 'brol.tgt.bz2' or '-.gz'. The compression formats which can be supported are the bzip2 format ('.bz2'), the gzip format ('.gz'), and the lzma format ('.lzma', on input only). OPTIONS
-mmeth For amk_m2 only. Perform either recursive dissection or one-way dissection, according to the given method flag: n perform nested dissection (default). o perform one-way dissection (cut across Y, then X). -h Display some help. -V Display program version and copyright. EXAMPLE
Create a cube-connected-cycle target architecture of dimension 4, and save it to file 'ccc4.tgt'. $ amk_ccc 4 ccc4.tgt Run gmap to compute a bisection, into two parts of respective weights 3 and 5, of graph 'brol.grf' and save the resulting mapping to file 'brol.map'. The dash '-' standard file name is used so that the target architecture description is read from the standard input, through the pipe. $ amk_p2 3 5 | gmap brol.grf - brol.map SEE ALSO
acpl(1), atst(1), amk_grf(1), dgmap(1), gmap(1). Scotch user's manual. AUTHOR
Francois Pellegrini <francois.pellegrini@labri.fr> February 14, 2011 amk_ccc(1)

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amk_grf(1)						       Scotch user's manual							amk_grf(1)

NAME
amk_grf - create target architecture from source graph SYNOPSIS
amk_grf [options] [gfile] [tfile] DESCRIPTION
The amk_grf program builds a decomposition-defined target architecture tfile from a source graph gfile. Target architectures define the topology of the target graphs used by static mapping programs gmap(1) and dgmap(1). Target architectures can be either algorithmically-defined, for common, regular topologies, or decomposition-defined, such as the ones produced by amk_grf. When the proper libraries have been included at compile time, amk_grf can directly handle compressed files, both as input and output. A stream is treated as compressed whenever its name is postfixed with a compressed file extension, such as in 'brol.tgt.bz2' or '-.gz'. The compression formats which can be supported are the bzip2 format ('.bz2'), the gzip format ('.gz'), and the lzma format ('.lzma', on input only). Since decomposition-defined target architecture files have a size which is quadratic in the number of target vertices, because of the pres- ence of a distance matrix structure, using compressed files to store them may save a lot of space. OPTIONS
-bstrat Apply bipartitioning strategy strat to compute the recursive bipartition of the whole source graph into smaller target subdomains. -h Display some help. -llfile Only keep vertices the indices of which belong to the space-separated list stored in lfile. This allows one to create target archi- tectures which can even be disjoint subsets of a larger target architecture, modeled as a graph. -V Display program version and copyright. EXAMPLE
Create a decomposition-defined target architecture from a 2D regular grid source graph of dimension 3 times 5, and save it, as a compiled target architecture, under the gzip(1) format, to file 'm3x5.tgt.gz'. $ gmk_m2 3 5 | amk_grf | acpl - m3x5.tgt.gz Note that, in this precise case, it would be much preferable to use directly the 'mesh2D' algorithmically-defined target architecture. $ echo "mesh2D 3 5" > m3x5.tgt SEE ALSO
acpl(1), amk_ccc(1), atst(1), dgmap(1), gmap(1), gmtst(1). Scotch user's manual. AUTHOR
Francois Pellegrini <francois.pellegrini@labri.fr> February 14, 2011 amk_grf(1)
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