Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Enabling Knowledge Discovery in a Virtual Universe

    Virtual observatories will give astronomers easy access to an unprecedented amount of data. Extracting scientific knowledge from these data will increasingly demand both efficient algorithms as well as the power of parallel computers. Such machines will range in size from small Beowulf clusters to large Massively Parallel Platforms (MPPs) to...

    Provided By Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    A Framework for Analyzing Massive Astrophysical Datasets on a Distributed Grid

    Virtual observatories will give astronomers easy access to an unprecedented amount of data. Extracting scientific knowledge from these data will increasingly demand both efficient algorithms as well as the power of parallel computers. Such machines will range in size from small Beowulf clusters to large Massively Parallel Platforms (MPPs) to...

    Provided By Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    ASP: A Distributed Detailed Passive Monitoring Toolkit

    IP networks and its usage are ubiquitous and essential parts of everyday life for tens of millions of people around the world. Every minute of every day vast amounts of data generated by innumerable applications flow across these IP networks. However, the true shape of the network as a whole...

    Provided By Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Web100: Extended TCP Instrumentation for Research, Education and Diagnosis

    TCP has become the dominant protocol for all network data transport because it presents a simple uniform data delivery service which is sufficient for most applications over all types of lower network layers. By its very nature, TCP's adaptation and retransmission strategies hide all of the details of the lower...

    Provided By Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Web100: Extended TCP Instrumentation for Research, Education and Diagnosis

    TCP has become the dominant protocol for all network data transport because it presents a simple uniform data delivery service which is sufficient for most applications over all types of lower network layers. By its very nature, TCP's adaptation and retransmission strategies hide all of the details of the lower...

    Provided By Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Enabling Knowledge Discovery in a Virtual Universe

    Virtual observatories will give astronomers easy access to an unprecedented amount of data. Extracting scientific knowledge from these data will increasingly demand both efficient algorithms as well as the power of parallel computers. Such machines will range in size from small Beowulf clusters to large Massively Parallel Platforms (MPPs) to...

    Provided By Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    A Framework for Analyzing Massive Astrophysical Datasets on a Distributed Grid

    Virtual observatories will give astronomers easy access to an unprecedented amount of data. Extracting scientific knowledge from these data will increasingly demand both efficient algorithms as well as the power of parallel computers. Such machines will range in size from small Beowulf clusters to large Massively Parallel Platforms (MPPs) to...

    Provided By Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    ASP: A Distributed Detailed Passive Monitoring Toolkit

    IP networks and its usage are ubiquitous and essential parts of everyday life for tens of millions of people around the world. Every minute of every day vast amounts of data generated by innumerable applications flow across these IP networks. However, the true shape of the network as a whole...

    Provided By Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center