T echnologies and
A compilation of existing materials [related to PETA] on the World Wide Web
In this early phase, our listing is organized by title/subject:
- Architectural Visions versus Business Models: How Soon Will There Be
Enabling Technologies for Petaflops Computing? David Probst, Concordia University, Report prepared for DOE/DP-07 [HQ] (December 31, 1995) (Revision Level 2.1.5 -- February 3, 1996 )
- Computational RAM home page, Duncan G. Elliot, University of Toronto, Canada: presentation materials from PetaFLOPS Frontier '95.
- Cosmological N-body Simulation (Chapter 1): George Lake, Neal Katz, Thomas Quinn, Joachim Stadel. Abstract: An epochal survey has thrown down the gauntlet for cosmological simulation. We describe three keys to meeting the challenge of N-body simulation: adaptive potential solvers, adaptive integrators and volume renormalization. With these techniques and a dedicated Teraflop facility, simulation can stay even with observation of the Universe.
- LEADING HPC FIGURES CONSIDER PETAFLOPS COMPUTING FEATURE, July 1, 1994: Paul Messina, California Institute of Technology; Thomas Sterling, Center of Excellence in Space Data and Information Sciences/USRA; Jarrett S. Cohen, Hughes STX Corp./NASA Goddard Space Flight Center; and Paul H. Smith, NASA HPCC
- Parallel Computing Works:
This book describes work done at the Caltech Concurrent Computation Program, Pasadena, California. This project ended in 1990 but the work has been updated in key areas until early 1994. The book also contains links to some current projects.
by: Geoffrey C. Fox, Roy D. Williams, Paul C. Messina
(ISBN 1-55860-253-4 Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Inc. 1994)
- PetaCrunchers: Setting a Course Toward Ultrafast Supercomputing: An article written by Ivars Peterson, Science News, Volume 147. April 15, 1995.
- Virtual Reality and Petaflop Computing : Northeast Parallel Architectures Center, Syracuse University
- Workshop on Enabling Technologies for Peta(FL)OPS Computing Systems, March 18, 1994: presentation materials by Dr. Paul H. Smith, NASA. These materials were presented in the context of the ARPA High Performance Computing And Communications Symposium, March 15 - 18, 1994
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Authorizing NASA Official: Bill Feiereisen, Program Manager, NASA HPCC Program
Senior Editor: Thomas Sterling
Curators: Michele O'Connell (Michele.OConnell@hq.nasa.gov),
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Revised: 21 AUGUST 96 (lpicha)