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MPI.NET was designed to be a high-performance, easy-to-use implementation of the Message Passing Interface (MPI) for Microsoft’s .NET environment. MPI is the de facto standard for writing parallel programs running on a distributed memory system, such as a compute cluster, and is widely implemented.
Most MPI implementations provide support for writing MPI programs in C, C++, and Fortran. MPI.NET provides support for all of the .NET languages (especially C#), and includes significant extensions (such as automatic serialization of objects) that make it far easier to build parallel programs that run on clusters.
MPI.NET requires MS-MPI, which is part of Microsoft’s Compute Cluster Pack SDK and Windows Compute Cluster Server.


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Quickstart for receiving a message from all processes:


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Library files are required. Open MPI or the Open MPI Runtime (OMPI) from MPI.NET is currently supported only on Windows. See System Requirements for details. If using Open MPI, there are three main MPI implementations: MS-MPI, MPICH2, and Open MPI. Please make sure you have the version you need by searching for it on the Internet.

This is not just a wrapper around the library, but an entire toolset to create and run parallel code from within the.NET programming environment.
To get some background on MPI see The MPI: Implementation and Applications Guide.

The present invention relates to a voltage control circuit to be used for power control of a lamp used for lighting in an electric tool or the like, and more particularly to a low-voltage pulse generating circuit used as the voltage control circuit.
FIG. 4 is a block diagram showing a lighting system for a power tool. A power tool 1 such as an electric circular saw comprises an adapter 2 for an external battery, a storage battery 3 for power control, a control circuit 4 for lighting control, a power circuit 5 for power control, a transformer 6, a lamp 7 as a light source, a light receiving element 8, a light receiving circuit 9, a signal receiving circuit 10, a lamp starting circuit 11, and a signal output circuit 12. In the above configuration, the control circuit 4 generates a voltage control signal to control the starting and the lighting of the lamp 7. The transformer 6 boosts the voltage from the storage battery 3 to a high voltage.
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MPI.NET Runtime Description provides the high-level APIs that a programmer can use to build and run MPI programs on a distributed memory system. These include things like:
* MPI applications,
* Distributed arrays of data,
* Data types that need to be serialized, and
* APIs for running parallel programs.
To build an MPI program, you:
* Put your parallel application code in the main method of a class that implements the IMessageSender or IMessageReceiver interface, and a code formatter is able to generate this code.
* Create a new message sender object and send your serializable data to the remote process using a separate Send() method call.
* Apply a number of constraints to handle communications with remote processes and ensure that your data is successfully deserialized.
To run an MPI program, you:
* Create an MPI object.
* Send the message to the local process from which you will start the MPI application.
* Wait for the messages to arrive.
* Read the data from the messages.
* Perform any necessary checks.
* Start the parallel application.
To demonstrate the usage of MPI.NET Runtime description, the following example shows how to build an MPI application, run the application, and examine the output data.

/// A simple application that sums a list of numbers.
class Sum : IMessageReceiver
public List<int> Values;
public int TotalSum;

public void Sum(int[] values)
if (Values!= null && values!= null)

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