High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering '10: Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center, Stuttgart (HLRS) 2010

High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering '10: Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center, Stuttgart (HLRS) 2010

Wolfgang E. Nagel, Dietmar B. Kröner, Michael M. Resch


<body><p class="MsoBodyText"><span lang="EN-GB">This publication provides the state of the art in simulation on supercomputers. best researchers current effects accomplished on structures of the excessive functionality Computing heart Stuttgart (HLRS) for the 12 months 2010. The reviews hide all fields of computational technological know-how and engineerin<span>g,</span> starting from CFD <span>to</span> computational physics and chemistry to computing device science<span>,</span> with a unique emphasis on industrially correct purposes. offering effects for either vecto<span>r s</span>ystems and micr<span>op</span>rocesso<span>r-b</span>ased systems<span>,</span> the booklet <span>makes it possible</span> to match <span>the</span> functionality degrees and value of varied architectures. As HLRS operates the biggest NEC SX-8 vector approach within the world<span>,</span> this publication provides a very good perception into the potential for vector systems<span>, covering</span> the most equipment in excessive functionality computing. Its notable ends up in attaining <span>the</span> maximum functionality for creation codes are of specific curiosity for either scientist<span>s</span> and engineer<span>s</span>. The publication <span>includes</span> a wealth of col<span>or</span> illustrations and table<span>s</span></span><span lang="EN-GB">.</span>
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