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Designing a High Performance Parallel Personal Cluster

Kapanova, K. G.; Sellier, J. M.;
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  • Published: 14 Jul 2016
Abstract
Today, many scientific and engineering areas require high performance computing to perform computationally intensive experiments. For example, many advances in transport phenomena, thermodynamics, material properties, computational chemistry and physics are possible only because of the availability of such large scale computing infrastructures. Yet many challenges are still open. The cost of energy consumption, cooling, competition for resources have been some of the reasons why the scientific and engineering communities are turning their interests to the possibility of implementing energy-efficient servers utilizing low-power CPUs for computing-intensive tasks....
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free text keywords: Computer Science - Distributed, Parallel, and Cluster Computing, Computer Science - Performance
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