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The Basics of OpenMP

You’ve probably heard the term “OpenMP.” But what does it mean? How does it work? Slashdot Media Contributing Editor Rick Leinecker has the answers. Here’s an A to Z look at this vital tool.

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China’s Supercomputers Target Faster Drug Discovery

China is using its supercomputers to speed drug discovery and improve medicine, and take a look at the where personalized medicine is headed in the next few years. Prominent Chinese researchers detailed their efforts in a new paper, “Applying high performance computing in drug discovery and molecular simulation,” that was …

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For Researchers, HPC Means More Knowledge of Clean H2O

University of Minnesota researchers will use supercomputing resources to assess the state’s current water supply, and predict how future changes in climate, land development and uses will affect availability and quality of water. A team of three university researchers will first determine how much water is available in the state …

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Mapping Earth’s Seismic Waves, Supercomputer Style

Scientists have used a supercomputer to map 10 years of seismic waves on Earth in an effort to better understand the planet’s subsurface. Seismologists use devices called seismometers to measure motion on the ground, from earthquakes and volcanic eruptions to man-made explosions. The Earth also emits two types of weak, …

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Mastering Intel MKL Support Functions

The Intel Maths Kernel Library (Intel MKL) is a free library from Intel that provides routines for linear algebra including BLAS and LAPACK, vector and matrix operations for real and complex single and double precision, multiple Fast Fourier Transforms, vector maths, statistics and data fitting. There are also a bunch …

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TACC’s New Supercomputer Gets Green Light

The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) has announced that its newest supercomputer – Lonestar 5 – is in full production, which means the engineering and science research community can start taking advantage of it. The new Cray XC40 system, featuring more than 30,000 Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 processing cores, offers …

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NSF Gives $5 Million Boost to Cybersecurity Research

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a $5 million grant to bolster the security of scientific research. More specifically, the grant establishes the existing Center for Trustworthy Scientific Cyberinfrastructure (CTSC) as the NSF Cybersecurity Center for Excellence, an entity that will address the security needs of NSF’s scientific community. …

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Making Sense of Parallel Sorts

Sorting is a common procedure in computer science. I spend a week teaching the most common sort of algorithms to my computer science class. I could spend an entire semester teaching all of the sorts in existence since there are so many. But in most situations, there are six common …

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China’s Supercomputers Target Faster Drug Discovery

China is using its supercomputers to speed drug discovery and improve medicine, and take a look at the where personalized medicine is headed in the next few years. Prominent Chinese researchers detailed their efforts in a new paper, “Applying high performance computing in drug discovery and molecular simulation,” that was …

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