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  1. Understanding Supercomputing by Scientific American, editors at Scientific American, 2002-12-01
  2. Supercomputing and the Transformation of Science (Scientific American Library) by William J. Kaufmann, Larry L. Smarr, 1993-01
  3. Supercomputing 92: Proceedings : Minneapolis, Minnesota November 16-20, 1992 (Supercomputing//Proceedings, Supercomputing) by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1992-11
  4. Supercomputing: Applications, Algorithms, and Architectures : For the Future of Supercomputing
  5. Supercomputing in Fluid Flow by T. K. S. Murthy, 1993-02
  6. Getting Up to Speed: The Future of Supercomputing by Committee on the Future of Supercomputing, National Research Council, 2005-02-07
  7. Ics 96: International Conference on Supercomputing
  8. SGI RANKS THIRD ON LIST OF WORLD'S TOP 500 SUPERCOMPUTING.: An article from: Mainframe Computing
  9. Ics 94: International Conference on Supercomputing
  10. VIRGINIA TECH'S GREEN500 LIST PUT SUPERCOMPUTING ON A DIET.: An article from: Mainframe Computing by Gale Reference Team, 2007-12-01
  11. Japanese Supercomputing: Architecture, Algorithms, and Applications (Lecture Notes in Engineering) by Raul H. Mendez, 1988-08
  12. Supercomputing 93: Proceedings Portland Oregon, November 15-19, 1993 (Supercomputing//Proceedings, Supercomputing)
  13. The Future of Supercomputing: An Interim Report by Committee on the Future of Supercomputing, National Research Council, 2003-09-08
  14. Supercomputing Conference, '91: Proceedings : Albuquerque, New Mexico, November 18-22, 1991 (Supercomputing//Proceedings, Supercomputing)

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2. The National Center For Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)
Information about supercomputing applications and research in the United States.
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NCSA's Dell Xeon cluster, Tungsten, has entered production mode and is available for scientific research.
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The Private Sector Program Annual Meeting brought NCSA's strategic industrial partners together April 26-28 to learn the latest about the center's technology and expertise and how they can provide a competitive edge. The 13th Annual Grand Challenge Award was awarded to Boeing in honor of a distributed task manager system developed in collaboration with NCSA. See more photos.

3. SC2001
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4. Scandal Supercomputing Project Home Page
Development of a portable environment for programming supercomputers. Project information and resources about parallel programming.
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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:
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  • 5. Arctic Region Supercomputing Center
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    HPDC-13: IEEE International Symposium on High-Performance Distributed Computing

    Honolulu, Hawaii June 6-9, 2004 GGF-11 Global Grid Forum Honolulu, Hawaii June 9 - 11, 2004 Access Grid (AG) Retreat 2004 Toronto, Canada June 22-25, 2004 Berkeley SDSC UC San Diego, MC 0505 9500 Gilman Drive La Jolla, CA 92093-0505 Tel. 858-534-5000 Fax. 858-534-5152

    7. SC98: High Performance Networking And Computing Conference
    distributed computing, dataintensive applications, supercomputing, scalable computing and other emerging technologies
    SC98: 10th ANNIVERSARY
    SC98: High Performance Networking and Computing will be held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, USA, November 7 - 13, 1998. SC98 continues the tradition of previous conferences, focusing on networking, distributed computing, data-intensive applications, supercomputing, scalable computing and other emerging technologies that push the frontiers of communications, computing and computational science. SC98 returns to the city of the first conference to celebrate the tenth anniversary in this series, sponsored by IEEE Computer Society and ACM SIGARCH.
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  • Will There Be A Winning Autonomous Robot in 2005? ... Supercharging US Innovation and Competitiveness: HPC Users Conference Thursday, Jun 03 @ 09:48 PDT The Council on Competitiveness announced today the First Annual High Performance Computing (HPC) Users Conference, co-sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration, the Department of Energy’ s Office of Science. High Performance Computing: Supercharging U.S. Innovation and Competitiveness is scheduled to take place Tuesday, July 13th at the Capitol Hilton hotel in Washington DC. Breakthrough Research to Improve Forecasts Tuesday, Jun 01 @ 12:24 PDT
  • 9. 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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    10. QPSF
    A consortium for the collaborative use and development of high performance computing (HPC) resources within the universities of Queensland, Australia.
    Content by Wayne Mallett . Updated 19-Sep-2002 by Wayne Mallett
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    11. Poznan Supercomputing And Networking Center
    The description of the Center, its resources, services and research and development projects.

    12. Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
    Outreach. Research Staff, Users, Biomed, Networking, Annual ResearchReport. PA Researchers Eligible for Free supercomputing Time. SC

    13. Supercomputing And Parallel Computing Research Groups
    Academic research groups and projects in the field of supercomputing and parallelcomputing. supercomputing and Parallel Computing Research Groups.
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    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.

    14. Kluwer Academic Publishers - The Journal Of Supercomputing
    Available in print and online. Searchable archives available to subscribers.
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    15. The Mississippi Center For Supercomputing Research
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    17. Topic Area: Parallel Processing
    Links to supercomputing centers, high performance computing journals, vendors, conferences, and governmental agencies.
    David A. Bader
    U. New Mexico

    Assoc. Professor and Regents' Lecturer in Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of New Mexico
    Director, High Performance Computing Laboratory.
    IEEE Computer Society Distinguished Speaker;
    NSF CAREER Award Recipient.
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    18. Biomedical Initiative -
    Pittsburgh supercomputing Center, Q, 4400 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh,PA 15213 - Ph. (412) 268-4960 - Fax (412) 268-8200. Research. Overview;

    19. The Supercomputing Institute
    A group of NeoLuddites working on Linux, using a network of systems to solve problems that interest them.
    Luddite n 1: any opponent of technological progress 2: one of the 19th century English workman who destroyed labor-saving machinery that they thought would cause unemployment." is a private system consisting of several clusters of workstations running a variety of operating systems. We have compiled a list of known hardware, although pitiful, it serves its purpose. Most of what we do is directly based on teaching/learning Unix(mostly Linux) to ourselves and others. Be sure to read the if you live here. Hosts under
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    20. National Center For Supercomputing Applications
    The Computational Fluid Dynamics Group at NCSA focuses on research in the area of Direct and Large Eddy Simulations of complex turbulent flows.

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