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Proceedings of the 31st International Symposium on High-Performance Parallel and Distributed Computing
Modern scientific instruments, such as detectors at synchrotron light sources, generate data at such high rates that online processing is needed for data reduction, feature detection, experiment steering, and other purposes. The same high data rates also demand memory-to-memory streaming from instrument to remote computer, because local computational capacity is limited and data transmissions that engage the file system introduce unacceptable latencies. But efficient and secure memory-to-memorydoi:10.1145/3502181.3531475 fatcat:pbrg6mcx7zei3nv54vt5iqkh34