High-Performance Computing HPC Architecture
Simplified Submission Template for ACM Papers*
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First A. Author
First Department Name, First Institution/University Name, City, State, Country, [email protected]
100-200 words describing what has been done, main observations and results.
Insert comma delimited author-supplied keyword list, Keyword number 2, Keyword number 3, Keyword number 4
This section includes a longer summary of what has been done, main observations and results. The report introduction should briefly discuss how the used techniques are different from previous work on the topic.
This submission version of your paper should not have headers or footers, Baldassare (2000). It should remain in a one-column format—please do not alter any of the styles or margins.[footnoteRef:1] [1: Footnote when needed.]
There are two types of math equations: the numbered display math equation and the un-numbered display math equation. Below are examples of both.[footnoteRef:2] [2: Foot print 2 if needed]
Describe your understanding of the main contributions of the topic you are reporting on: what was done, how it was done, how it works, etc. Provide architectural diagrams, charts and figures where necessary with proper citation.
Figure 3: Example of the “Large Float” feature.
Figure 4: Large figure spanning in both the columns in final version.
Depending on the topic you are reporting on, you will need to include a description of the experimental setup (if included in the original paper you are reviewing). Aim to be concise and utilize graphs to show any improvements. Include a summary of results analysis: what the results mean and the trends that are revealed
Conclusions and Future Work
Include here a brief summary of the work and results. Include any future work that is expected or could be done.
 Patricia S. Abril and Robert Plant. 2007. The patent holder’s dilemma: Buy, sell, or troll? Commun. ACM 50, 1 (Jan. 2007), 36-44. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/1188913.1188915
 Sarah Cohen, Werner Nutt, and Yehoshua Sagic. 2007. Deciding equivalences among conjunctive aggregate queries. J. ACM 54, 2, Article 5 (April 2007), 50 pages. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/1219092.1219093.
 David Kosiur. 2001. Understanding Policy-Based Networking (2nd. ed.). Wiley, New York, NY.
 Sten Andler. 1979. Predicate path expressions. In Proceedings of the 6th. ACM SIGACT-SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages (POPL ’79). ACM Press, New York, NY, 226-236. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/567752.567774.
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