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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The acquisition of PC clusters is often limited by financial restrictions. A person planning to buy such a cluster must choose between numerous configurations possible due to the large number of different PC components a cluster may be built of. Even if some of the applications that will be run on the planned cluster are known, it is generally difficult if not impossible to identify the one configuration yielding the optimum price/performance ratio for these applications a priori. In this paperdoi:10.1007/3-540-45545-0_33 fatcat:c6ulc6tadjasdkcr53ucijv6ii