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November 7th, 2006
Interactive Supercomputing Wins Government Grant
The Oak Ridge National Labs project, called "Towards a scientific data analysis platform for high level language application codes on high performance computers," will explore where it is best to parallelize codes written in a VHLL. Potential applications for this research include climate modeling, nanotechnology, biology and modeling fusion reactions.
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