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modules Create one generator for each ensemble Examine output directories for recovery SHll slow PossibiliHes: Ensemble dispatcher Blue Gene/L Looking closer: ... end nodes Ensemble dispatcher imports generators Launcher (wri7en in C) executes on compute nodes CommunicaHon between dispatcher and launchers over TCP with a custom protocol Iterate ...doi:10.1145/1646468.1646481 dblp:conf/sc/MarshallWTKMG09 fatcat:flf6cms745bnnamzx4qlwzr7pa
We also thank the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility for allowing us to test MTC in practice on the IBM Blue Gene/P. ... We also thank our many colleagues for their contributions to the implementations and applications of making many task computing a reality; in no particular order, we would like to thank Michael Wilde, ... IBM Blue Gene/L  and Blue Gene/P ) because the lack of efficient support in those systems for the "scripting" programming model  . ...doi:10.1109/mtags.2008.4777912 dblp:conf/sc/RaicuFZ08 fatcat:u3fyhpolcrav7ggrmrgron4qja
Prior parallel machines included the IBM 3838 Array Processor which for a time was the fastest single precision floating point processor marketed by IBM, and the Space Shuttle Input/Output Processor which ... Carlson is a member of the research staff at the IDA Center for Computing Sciences where, since 1990, his focus has been on applications and system tools for large-scale parallel and distributed computers ... In the case of Blue Gene/L  , the specialized OS operates at the level of a processing set (pset) which consists of one I/O node and a collection of compute nodes. ...doi:10.1088/1742-6596/180/1/012045 fatcat:iukutry2dvbitfdh6ng7kgz564
Advances in Systems Analysis, Software Engineering, and High Performance Computing
The second largest open science supercomputer, the IBM Blue Gene/P from Argonne National Laboratory, has 160K processors, and a parallel file system (i.e. also GPFS) rated at 8GB/s, yielding a mere 0.05MB ... In the bioinformatics domain, the rate of growth of DNA databases such as GenBank  and European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)  has been following an exponential trend, with a doubling time ... We thank the Computation Institute at University of Chicago for hosting part of the experiments. ...doi:10.4018/978-1-61520-971-2.ch002 fatcat:wp5tkphsgrfi7evpubfqhz5hbu