By Jeffrey S. Vetter
HPC is used to unravel a few complicated questions in computational and data-intensive sciences. those questions contain the simulation and modeling of actual phenomena, equivalent to weather switch, strength construction, drug layout, worldwide safeguard, and fabrics layout; the research of huge facts units equivalent to these in genome sequencing, astronomical remark, and cybersecurity; and the elaborate layout of engineered items, resembling airplanes and automobiles.
This moment quantity of Contemporary excessive functionality Computing: From Petascale towards Exascale continues to rfile overseas HPC ecosystems, together with the sponsors and websites that host them. each one bankruptcy is punctuated with a site's flagship approach and:
- Presents highlights of functions, workloads, and benchmarks
- Describes architectures, method software program, and programming systems
- Explores garage, visualization, and analytics
- Examines the knowledge center/facility in addition to approach statistics
Featuring photos of constructions and platforms in creation, floorplans, and plenty of block diagrams and charts to demonstrate process layout and function, Contemporary excessive functionality Computing: From Petascale towards Exascale, quantity delivers an in depth photograph of the wealthy background of perform in sleek HPC. This publication presents a invaluable reference for researchers in HPC and computational science.
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Contemporary High Performance Computing: From Petascale toward Exascale, Volume Two: 2 (Chapman & Hall/CRC Computational Science) by Jeffrey S. Vetter