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  1. Getting Up to Speed: The Future of Supercomputing by Committee on the Future of Supercomputing, National Research Council, 2005-02-07
  2. The Architecture of Symbolic Computers (Mcgraw-Hill Series in Supercomputing and Parallel Processing) by Peter M. Kogge, 1990-11
  3. Supercomputing and the Transformation of Science (Scientific American Library) by William J. Kaufmann, Larry L. Smarr, 1993-01
  4. Understanding Supercomputing by Scientific American, editors at Scientific American, 2002-12-01
  5. Parallel Supercomputing in MIMD Architectures by R. Michael Hord, 1993-02-22
  6. Understanding Parallel Supercomputing (IEEE Press Understanding Science & Technology Series) by R. Michael Hord, 1998-08-03
  7. Supercomputing Systems : Architectures, Design, and Performance by S. Kartashev, 1990
  8. Interconnection Networks for Large-Scale Parallel Processing: Theory and Case Studies (Series in Supercomputing and Parallel Processing and Mcgraw H) by Howard Jay Siegel, 1990-05
  9. Algorithms and Applications on Vector and Parallel Computers (Special Topics in Supercomputing, No 3) by H. J. J. Te Riele, Th. J. Dekker, 1987-11
  10. Performance Modelling Techniques for Parallel Supercomputing Applications by P. D. Coddington, A. Grove, 2009-02
  11. Singapore Supercomputing Conference '90: Supercomputing for Strategic Advantage, 11-12 December 1990 by Singapore Supercomputing Conference 90, Kang Hoh Phua, et all 1991-09
  12. Supercomputing Research Advances
  13. Frontiers of Supercomputing (Los Alamos Series in Basic & Applied Sciences)
  14. Numerical Simulations in the Environmental and Earth Sciences: Proceedings of the Second UNAM-CRAY Supercomputing Conference

1. The National Center For Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)
Information about supercomputing applications and research in the United States.
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Search: Overview Staff Publications Leadership Divisions ... Jump to top [2] Cyberinfrastructure's Long and Winding Road Sangtae Kim has returned to Purdue University, where he is a distinguished professor of both mechanical and chemical engineering. He has been on leave since 2003, serving as director of the National Science Foundation's Shared Cyberinfrastructure Division. Recently, Kim reflected on 20 years of working with NCSA and shared his thoughts on what cyberinfrastructure means to science, engineering, and the world.
  • Cyberinfrastructure Partnership launches website NSF Awards $2 Million for CLEANER Project Office NCSA Helps Bring Opera to Krannert Stage Beta Version of GridShib Software Released ... NCSA Staffers Participate in FloCon
  • How do I ... Learn more about ... Choose a topic apply for a job? contact NCSA staff? get an HPC account? find out about NCSA resources? learn about the new NCSA building? Choose a topic Cluster Computing Cyberinfrastructure Data Analysis Education Grids Visualization all topics Negotiating Trust on the Grid Faculty Fellow Marianne Winslett is developing a way to broker access to grid resources that will be less cumbersome for users and administrators.

    2. Scandal Supercomputing Project Home Page
    Development of a portable environment for programming supercomputers. Project information and resources about parallel programming.
    Scandal Project Home Page
    The primary research interest of the Scandal project is the development of a portable, interactive environment for programming a wide range of supercomputers. The two main goals of the project are:
  • Developing a portable parallel language, NESL , and associated environment.
  • Developing fast implementations of parallel algorithms There are two possible etymologies of SCANDAL.
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  • 3. Arctic Region Supercomputing Center
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    4. Supercomputing Online - Homepage For The World’s Supercomputing Professionals
    Includes news, analysis, and discussion about supercomputing.
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    Don't have an account yet? You can create one Email Newsletter Want HPC news delivered to your virtual doorstep? Sign up for our Email Newsletter here PDA Version You can take us with you! Use AvantGo or Mazingo on your favorite mobile device works for Palm and PocketPC. Get details here Features Arctic Region Supercomputing Center Announces Award Recipients Friday, Sep 16 @ 09:26 PDT The Arctic Region Supercomputing Center is proud to announce the first awards of the center's new Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. The Program aims to increase computational science expertise at the Center and the University of Alaska Fairbanks by supporting talented scientists in the early stage of their careers and providing an intellectual environment in which they can pursue a research agenda of their own choosing. For each fellow, ARSC will make available a variety of mentoring opportunities, including interactions with senior faculty and with distinguished visitors. Each fellow will receive a three-year term appointment and access to ARSC's state-of-the-art computational resources. New Blade Technology Is Enabling Next-generation Supercomputing Clusters Wednesday, Sep 14 @ 15:02 PDT
  • 5. Poznan Supercomputing And Networking Center
    The description of the Center, its resources, services and research and development projects.

    6. Queensland Parallel Supercomputing Foundation
    A consortium for the collaborative use and development of high performance computing (HPC) resources within the universities of Queensland, Australia.
    "Smart Infrastructure for the Sunshine State" About Us Contacts Key Dates QPSF Users Pilot Projects Research Education Industry APAC '05 Conference and Exhibition 26-29 September 2005 at the Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast. [more]
    QPSF involved in four successful ARC e-Research grants plus an ARIIC grant. [more]
    QPSF sponsors Winter Schools at UQ in July [more]
    QPSF awards two internships for 2005 for Bioinformatics Research at UQ.
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    7. Supercomputing And Parallel Computing Research Groups
    Academic research groups and projects in the field of supercomputing and parallel computing.
    Supercomputing and Parallel Computing Research Groups
    Index Conferences Vendors Supercomputers Note: I've moved on to another job , and I can no longer afford the time to keep this site updated. I recommend IEEE's ParaScope as a good alternative. Academic research groups working in the field of supercomputing and parallel computing.
    An object-Based Concurrent Language. Model of concurrency based on parallel active objects.
    Data parallel functional programming languages for distributed memory architectures.
    Object-Based DSM Environment on PVM.
    Large-scale multiprocessor with shared memory and message passing.
    Active-Message Driven Computing. Computational model and system based on computation at abstract locations, and built on active messages.
    Active Messages. Simple primitives exposing full hardware performance to higher communication layers.
    Parallel Architectures group. Portable parallel programming environment, parallel 3D terrain analysis and visualization.
    High performance simulations of lattice gauge theories and QCD.

    8. NCSC Home Page
    Promotes use of computational science for education, research and commercial applications. Includes users, services, hardware and news.
    MCNC is accelerating the development and deployment of a statewide grid computing initiative – the next generation of its supercomputing services. The new strategy is based on distributed computing resources and data instead of the centralized supercomputing model. University and research customers will have flexibility in managing their local assets with the new capability of using other valuable resources on the grid during peak processing times. “This bold move reaffirms MCNC’s commitment to the universities and to the state’s economic growth. … Grid computing will be a driving force in North Carolina’s economy over the next 5 to 7 years.”
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    9. Supercomputing Institute Home Page
    Provides supercomputing resources to the university. Site contains a description of the computers and technical support.


    Who we are, mission statement, contact information, and directions to the Institute Programs and Resources
    Program and computing resources descriptions, calls for proposals and request forms Hardware, Software and Technical User Support
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    Principal Investigator links, fellows, committees, and staff Publications
    Annual Report, Research Bulletins, Research Reports, Users Bulletin Tutorials, Seminars and Workshops
    Tutorials, seminars and hands-on workshops for system users Events
    Symposia, workshops, and seminars sponsored by the Institute Internships for Undergraduates Information on Internships and Intern Research Employment Opportunities Computational Proteomics and Protein Science Consultant Bioinformatics Consultant Post-Doctoral Position ... Feedback Let us know how we can help Related Links Links to other pages of interest This information is available in alternative formats upon request by individuals with disabilities. Please send email to

    10. ParaScope
    Links to supercomputing centers, high performance computing journals, vendors, conferences, and governmental agencies.

    11. The Mississippi Center For Supercomputing Research
    Providing supercomputing resources to students, faculty, and staff at eight institutions of higher learning in Mississippi.
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    12. ASPIRE - Alabama Supercomputing Program To Inspire Computational Research In Edu
    Free summer program offered at statewide training centers helping teachers to develop computer and Internet research skills. Online textbook and workshop manuals, news, annual student expo summaries.
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    13. Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
    Pittsburgh supercomputing Center. Research, educational outreach, and supercomputing news.

    14. SpringerLink - Publication
    Available in print and online. Searchable archives available to subscribers.
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    Publication The Journal of Supercomputing Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media B.V., Formerly Kluwer Academic Publishers B.V. ISSN: 0920-8542 (Paper) 1573-0484 (Online) Subject: Computer Science Issues in bold contain content you are entitled to view. Volume 34 Number 3 / December 2005 Number 2 / November 2005 Number 1 / October 2005 Volume 33 Number 3 / September 2005 Number 1 / July 2005 Volume 32 Number 3 / June 2005 Number 2 / May 2005 Number 1 / April 2005 Volume 31 Number 3 / March 2005 Number 2 / February 2005 Number 1 / January 2005 Request a sample Volume 30 Number 3 / December 2004 Number 2 / November 2004 Title: Special Issue on Parallel and Distributed Processing and Applications Guest Editor(s): George Gravvanis , Eunice Santos Number 1 / October 2004 Volume 29 Number 3 / September 2004 Number 2 / August 2004 Title: Parallel and Distributed Processing with Applications Number 1 / July 2004 Volume 28 Number 3 / June 2004 Title: Special issue on High Performance Scientific and Engineering Applications Number 2 / May 2004 Title: Iterative Solving Environments and Optimization Techniques for Scientific Applications Number 1 / April 2004 Volume 27 Number 3 / March 2004 Number 2 / February 2004 Number 1 / January 2004 Volume 26 Number 3 / November 2003 Title: Special Issue: Engineering of Configurable Systems, II

    15. Visualization Tutorials Notes
    Provides tutorials demostrating how to use some of the wide variety of tools available at the supercomputing Institute.
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    Visualization provides the tools to represent vast amounts of numerical data in a compact and understandable way. The larger the data set, the more important it is to have capable and flexible visual tools from which to choose. The tutorials available below demostrate how to use some of the wide variety of tools available at the Institute. The Scientific Visualization User's Guide provides more information about visualization software categories as well as visualization background information.
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    • Arrays . How C and Fortran store multi-dimensional arrays and how it relates to graphics and visualization packages.

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    16. TOP500 Supercomputer Sites
    world’s fastest supercomputers was released today (June 22, 2005) at the 20th International supercomputing Conference (ISC2005) in Heidelberg Germany.
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    The TOP500 project was started in 1993 to provide a reliable basis for tracking and detecting trends in high-performance computing. Twice a year, a list of the sites operating the 500 most powerful computer systems is assembled and released. The best performance on the Linpack benchmark is used as performance measure for ranking the computer systems. The list contains a variety of information including the system specifications and its major application areas.
    25th TOP500 List Released
    The 25th TOP500 List was released during the 20th International Supercomputer Conference ( ), June 21-24, 2005 in Heidelberg, Germany. Submission deadline for the next, 26th TOP500 List that will be published November 2005 is October 1, 2005.
    Download certificates and ranking buttons
    You can now download the certificates for the latest TOP500 list if your system was listed in June 2005.

    17. The National Center For Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)
    Information about supercomputing and computing applications, as well as information on research the center is conducting.

    18. System Info:
    supercomputing Blade System GT4000. supercomputing Blade System GT4000. Galactic Computing (Shenzhen) Ltd. Shenzhen,

    19. Supercomputers
    A history of supercomputing.

    20. TOP500 Supercomputer Sites
    News. Contact. supercomputing Online was released today (June 22, 2005) at the 20th International supercomputing Conference (ISC2005) in

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