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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication31/10/2012
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Notebiography
- Weight908 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine30 mm
- Edited byA. D. Simpson,D. Nicole,D. S. Henty,M. F. Guest,R.J. Allan
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1999
- Table Of ContentsThe U.K. High-Performance Computing Initiative: Introduction; R.J. Allan, et al. Science Support from the EPCC HPCI Centre; A.D. Simpson, D.S. Henty. The CLRC HPCI Centre at Daresbury Laboratory; R.J. Allan, et al. Southampton High Performance Computing Centre; D.A. Nicole, et al. Optimisation, Algorithms and Software: Performance Optimisation on the Cray T3E; S. Booth. From FLOPS to UDAPS: Algorithms, Benchmarking and Tuning; N. MacLaren. Is Predictive Tracing too late for HPC Users? D. J. Kerbyson, et al. Solving Dense Symmetric Eigenproblems on the Cray T3D; K. Murphy, et al. PARASOL: An Integrated Programming Environment for Parallel Sparse Matrix Solvers; P. Amestoy, et al. Computational Modelling of Multi-Physics Processes on High Performance Parallel Computer Systems; M. Cross, et al. Porting Industrial Codes to MPP Systems using HPF; M. Delves. Decomposition Independence in Parallel Programs; S. Booth. Software Portability and Maintenance; K. Takeda, et al. A Design Environment for Structured Mapping of Signal Processing Applications on Parallel Processors; M. Razaz. Materials Chemistry and Simulation: New Vistas for First-Principles Simulation; G. Ackland, et al. On the Quasi-Particle Spectra of YBa2Cu3O7; W.M. Temmerman, et al. Ab initio Studies of Hydrogen Molecules in Silicon; B. Hourahine, et al. Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations of Real Solids; W.M.C. Foulkes, et al. Ab initio Investigations of the Dynamical Properties of Ice; I. Morrison, et al. Phase Separation of Two Immiscible Liquids; S.I. Jury, et al. Computer Simulation of Liquid Crystals on the T3D/T3E; M.R. Wilson, et al. A First Principles Study of Substitutional Gold in Germanium; J. Coomer, et al. Applications of Self-Interaction Correction to Localized States in Solids; Z. Szotek, et al. Computational Chemistry: Computational Chemistry in the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory; D.A. Dixon, et al. Macromolecular Modelling on the Cray T3D; M.D. Cooper, et al. Accurate Configuration Interaction Computations of Potential Energy Surfaces using Massively Parallel Computers; A.J. Dobbyn, P. Knowles. Molecular Properties from First Principles; C.J. Adam, et al. Massive Parallelism: The Hardware for Computational Chemistry? M.F. Guest, et al. Atomic Physics: The Multiphoton and Electron Collisions Consortium and the Helium Code; K.T. Taylor, et al. Application of 6DIME: (g,2e) on He; J. Rasch, et al. Parallelisation of Atomic R-Matrix Scattering Programs; A. Sunderland, et al. Partial Wave Integrals; J. Rasch, C.T. Whelan. Molecular Rotation-Vibration Calculations using Massively Parallel Computers; H.Y. Mussa, et al. Environmental Modelling: Modelling Climate Variability on HPC Platforms; L. Steenman-Clark, A. O'Neill. The U.K Ocean Circulation and Advanced Modelling Project (OCCAM); B.A. de Cuevas, et al. The Southampton - East Anglia (SEA) Model: A General Purpose Parallel Ocean Circulation Model; M. Beare. High Resolution Modelling of Airflow over the Isle of Arran; A. Gadian, et al. Development of Portable Shelf Sea Models for Massively Parallel Machines; R. Proctor, et al. Satellite Altimeter Data Assimilation in the OCCAM Global Ocean Model; A.D. Fox, et al. Parallelisation and Performance of a Stratospheric Chemical Transport Model; C. Bridgeman. Supe
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