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Scientific Computing on Supercomputers II

Author : J.T. Devreese
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The International Workshop on "The Use of Supercomputers in Theoretical Science" took place on November 29 and 30, 1989 at the University of Antwerp (UIA), Antwerpen, Belgium. It was the fifth in a series of workshops, the first of which took place in 1984. The principal aim of these workshops is to present the state-of-the-art in scientific large scale and high speed computation. Computational science has developed into a third methodology equally important now as its theoretical and experimental companions. Gradually academic researchers acquired access to a variety of supercomputers and as a consequence computational science has become a major tool for their work. It is a pleasure to thank the Belgian National Science Foundation (NFWO-FNRS) and the Ministry of Scientific Affairs for sponsoring the workshop. It was organized both in the framework of the Third Cycle "Vectorization, Parallel Processing and Supercomputers" and the "Governemental Program in Information Technology"~ We also very much would like to thank the University of Antwerp (Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen - UIA) for financial and material support. Special thanks are due to Mrs. H. Evans for the typing and editing of the manuscripts and for the preparation of the author and subject index.

Scientific Computing on Supercomputers III

Author : J.T. Devreese
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The International Workshop on "The Use of Supercomputers in Theoretical Science" took place on January 24 and 25, 1991, at the University of Antwerp (UIA), Antwerpen, Belgium. It was the sixth in a series of workshops, the fIrst of which took place in 1984. The principal aim of these workshops is to present the state of the art in scientific large-scale and high speed-computation. Computational science has developed into a third methodology equally important now as its theoretical and experimental companions. Gradually academic researchers acquired access to a variety of supercomputers and as a consequence computational science has become a major tool for their work. It is a pleasure to thank the Belgian National Science Foundation (NFWO-FNRS) and the Ministry of ScientifIc Affairs for sponsoring the workshop. It was organized both in the framework of the Third Cycle "Vectorization, Parallel Processing and Supercomputers" and the "Governemental Program in Information Technology". We also very much would like to thank the University of Antwerp (Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen -VIA) for fInancial and material support. Special thanks are due to Mrs. H. Evans for the typing and editing of the manuscripts and for the preparation of the author and subject indexes. J.T. Devreese P.E. Van Camp University of Antwerp July 1991 v CONlENTS High Perfonnance Numerically Intensive Applications on Distributed Memory Parallel Computers .................... . F.W. Wray Abstract ......................................... .

Supercomputers

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology
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Supercomputers

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High Performance Computing II

Author : M. Durand
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This book is the second from this series of biennial symposia. The volume is intended as a forum for specialists working in various domains associated with Intensive Computing (Parallelism, Vectorization and Scalar), to discuss the state of the art. During the last decade, there has been sustained growth of scientific computing devices: expanding size of memories, incredible CPU performance unheard of just a few years ago, graphic tools transforming results treatment, networks drastically reducing communication time between computers, etc. It seems of prime necessity for the hardware designer to take into consideration the multiple and often conflicting needs of the scientific computing community, and for users to steadily devote time to update their knowledge of computing environments. Therefore, the main purpose of this volume is to give scientists an opportunity to investigate interactively areas such as Architecture of Supercomputers, Compilers, Algorithms, Computational Methods, Numerical Applications, and others.

Information Science Abstracts

Author : American Chemical Society. Div. of Chemical Literature
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Projects in Scientific Computing

Author : Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
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Introduction to the LaRC Central Scientific Computing Complex

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Visualization in Scientific Computing

Author : Gregory M. Nielson
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The purpose of this text is to provide a reference source to scientists, engineers, and students who are new to scientific visualization or who are interested in expanding their knowledge in this subject. If used properly, it can also serve as an introduction and tutorial.

The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
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Numerical Heat Transfer with Personal Computers and Supercomputing

Author : R. K. Shah
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Supercomputers and Their Use

Author : Christopher Lazou
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Supercomputers are discussed for the general, computer-literate audience in this study of their architecture, the technologies used in building them and the constraints and future of their design, dealing with software, numerical methods and performance in terms of practical applications.

Bibliographic Guide to Computer Science

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SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing

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New Serial Titles

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A union list of serials commencing publication after Dec. 31, 1949.

IMACS 91

Author : Robert Vichnevetsky
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Performance Evaluation of Supercomputers

Author : Joanne L. Martin
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Although supercomputer systems are faster, and have larger memory hierarchies than other computer systems, such characteristics merely imply the existence of great potential power. How much of that power can be harnessed productively is the central theme of performance evaluation. A set of methods for evaluating the performance of applications on supercomputers has not yet been rigorously defined. This volume is a compilation of research approaches and techniques that are a promising means to that end. The contributions are grouped into three sections. Contributors to Performance looks at applications, algorithms, compilers, operating systems, and memory issues. Measurements and Metrics addresses some of the current techniques and methods of performance evaluation. Among the topics are: the performance monitoring capabilities of the CEDAR system, the methodology behind the Livermore loops, the empirical analysis of system performance, and a software simulator developed in connection with the RP3 project. Methods, Models, and Directions looks at ways of establishing a general and theoretical framework for supercomputer performance evaluation.

Supercomputing

Author : A. Lichnewsky
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Supercomputers

Author : J. R. Kirkland
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This definitive new volume brings together scientists from government, industry, and the academic worlds to explore ways in which to capitalize on resources for new ventures into the next generation of supercomputers. The wealth of information on state-of-the-art scientific developments contained in this single volume makes Supercomputers an invaluable resource for management scholars and government policymakers interested in high technology companies and strategic planning.

Supercomputing in Aerospace

Author : Paul Kutler
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