Parallel Computing

Parallel Computing

Parallel computing is the science and art of programming computers that can do more than one operation at once, concurrently, during the same cycle, often via having more than one processor. Some parallel computers are just regular workstations that have more than one processor in them; others are giant single computers with many processors (these are generally referred to as supercomputers); and others are networks of individual computers.

Cluster & Grid Computing

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Programming projects, calls for papers, software, documentation, other resources. Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany. ... Get details

Clustet Computing Info Centre

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Links to parallel computing resources. ... Get details

Grid Computing Info Centre

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An initiative to establish a global grid of computing power. Links to conferences, development, and related information. ... Get details

Is Parallel Computing Dead?

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Article about the future of the parallel computing industry. (October 01, 1994) ... Get details

Nan's Parallel Computing Page

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Links to online books, tutorials, and research projects. ... Get details

Supercomputing and Parallel Computing Research Groups

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Academic research groups and projects related to parallel computing. ... Get details

Who Wrote the Book of Life?

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NASA uses a parallel computer to classify new life forms. (May 28, 1999) ... Get details