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High-performance computing systems are important in scientific computing. Clusters of computer systems -which range greatly in size -are a common architecture for highperformance computing. Small, dedicated clusters are affordable and cost-effective, but may not be powerful enough for real applications. Larger dedicated systems are expensive in absolute terms and may be inefficient because many individual groups may not be able to provide sustained workload for the cluster. Shared systems aredoi:10.1145/1456659.1456671 dblp:conf/saicsit/Hazelhurst08 fatcat:lh2mhyuqizhnddliume3v53qce