High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering '99: Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) 1999
Egon Krause, Willi Jäger
Springer, Jan 1, 2000 - Computers - 512 pages
The book contains reports about the most significant projects from science and engineering of the Federal High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS). They were carefully selected in a peer-review process and are showcases of an innovative combination of state-of-the-art modeling, novel algorithms and the use of leading-edge parallel computer technology. The projects of HLRS are using supercomputer systems operated jointly by university and industry and therefore a special emphasis has been put on the industrial relevance of results and methods.
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