I am very new to both parallel programming and MPI. I've studied the basic MPI functions, but I don't have yet the mindset for solving problems in a parallel fashion. I'm kindly asking you guys to help me out with turning a sequential algorithm into a parallel
one, using MPI. I'm talking about a traffic circle problem, presented in Michael J. Quinn's book, "Parallel Programming in C with MPI and OpenMP", under the chapter "Monte Carlo Methods", Case Studies, Traffic Circle (section 10.5.6). I had no trouble understanding
the problem and the sequential algorithm, however I have no idea how I could extract parallelism from it. I know there are many parallel versions for this, anything would do. I really don't know where to start from. I mean, I can fantasise about parallel solutions,
but i lack the skills to turn them into MPI code.
I don't know the availability of that book, I could post the problem here, if that helps.