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Using multiple RISC CPUs in parallel to study charm quarks
Computers in physics
We have integrated a system of 16 RISC CPUs to help reconstruct and analyze a 1.3 Terabyte data set of 400 million high energy physics interactions. These new CPUs provided an affordable means of processing a very large data set. The data was generated using a hadron beam and a fixed target at Fermilab Experiment 769. Signals were recorded on tape from particles created in or decaying near the target and passing though a magnetic spectrometer. Because all the interactions were independent, eachdoi:10.1063/1.168427 fatcat:agpbhukiqzairaw4fkekvwgowu