Super Computers

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Universities Press, 1999 - 104 pages
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This book explains what a supercomputer is and why such a machine is needed to solve challenging problems in science and engineering. The architecture of super computers which distinguishes them from other computers is explained and the need to vectorise programs to make effective use of supercomputers is brought out.
  

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Contents

Architecture of Vector Supercomputers
12
Computing with Vector Supercomputers
27
Parallel Computers
43
Available High Performance Computers
68
Applications of Supercomputers
85
Bibliography
95
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