Supercomputing: applications, algorithms, and architectures : for the future of supercomputing
Springer-Verlag, 1991 - Computers - 218 pages
As the technology of Supercomputing processes, methodologies for approaching problems have also been developed. The main object of this symposium was the interdisciplinary participation of experts in related fields and passionate discussion to work toward the solution of problems. An executive committee especially arranged for this symposium selected speakers and other participants who submitted papers which are included in this volume. Also included are selected extracts from the two sessions of panel discussion, the "Needs and Seeds of Supercomputing," and "The Future of Supercomputing," which arose during a wide-ranging exchange of viewpoints.
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