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Commodity Parallel Processing - Papers

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M. S. Warren, T. C. Germann, P.  S. Lomdahl, D. M. Beazley and J. K. Salmon. Avalon: An Alpha/Linux Cluster Achieves 10 Gflops for $150k. In Supercomputing '98, Los Alamitos, 1998. IEEE Comp. Soc. (PostScript)

[2]
T. Sterling, T. Cwik, D. Becker, J. Salmon, M. Warren, and B. Nitzberg. An assessment of Beowulf-class computing for NASA requirements: Initial findings from the first NASA workshop on Beowulf-class clustered computing. In Proceedings, IEEE Aerospace Conference. March 21-28, Aspen CO, 1998. (PostScript)

[3]
J. Hill, M. Warren, and M. P. Goda. I'm not going to pay a lot for this supercomputer!. Linux Journal, 45, 1998.

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M. S. Warren, J. K. Salmon, D. J. Becker, M. P. Goda, T. Sterling, and G. S. Winckelmans. Pentium Pro inside: I. a treecode at 430 Gigaflops on ASCI Red, II. Price/performance of $50/Mflop on Loki and Hyglac. In Supercomputing '97, Los Alamitos, 1997. IEEE Comp. Soc. (PostScript)

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M. S. Warren, D. J. Becker, M. P. Goda, J. K. Salmon, and T. Sterling. Parallel supercomputing with commodity components. In H. R. Arabnia, editor, Proceedings of the International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications (PDPTA'97), pages 1372-1381, 1997. (PostScript)

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J. Salmon and M. S. Warren. Parallel out-of-core methods for N-body simulation. In 8th SIAM Conf. on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, Philadelphia, 1997. SIAM. (PostScript) (PDF)

Michael S. Warren, mswarren@lanl.gov

M. Patrick Goda, pgoda@lanl.gov

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