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  1. Getting Up to Speed: The Future of Supercomputing by Committee on the Future of Supercomputing, National Research Council, 2005-02-07
  2. The Architecture of Symbolic Computers (Mcgraw-Hill Series in Supercomputing and Parallel Processing) by Peter M. Kogge, 1990-11
  3. Supercomputing and the Transformation of Science (Scientific American Library) by William J. Kaufmann, Larry L. Smarr, 1993-01
  4. Understanding Supercomputing by Scientific American, editors at Scientific American, 2002-12-01
  5. Parallel Supercomputing in MIMD Architectures by R. Michael Hord, 1993-02-22
  6. Understanding Parallel Supercomputing (IEEE Press Understanding Science & Technology Series) by R. Michael Hord, 1998-08-03
  7. Supercomputing Systems : Architectures, Design, and Performance by S. Kartashev, 1990
  8. Interconnection Networks for Large-Scale Parallel Processing: Theory and Case Studies (Series in Supercomputing and Parallel Processing and Mcgraw H) by Howard Jay Siegel, 1990-05
  9. Algorithms and Applications on Vector and Parallel Computers (Special Topics in Supercomputing, No 3) by H. J. J. Te Riele, Th. J. Dekker, 1987-11
  10. Performance Modelling Techniques for Parallel Supercomputing Applications by P. D. Coddington, A. Grove, 2009-02
  11. Singapore Supercomputing Conference '90: Supercomputing for Strategic Advantage, 11-12 December 1990 by Singapore Supercomputing Conference 90, Kang Hoh Phua, et all 1991-09
  12. Supercomputing Research Advances
  13. Frontiers of Supercomputing (Los Alamos Series in Basic & Applied Sciences)
  14. Numerical Simulations in the Environmental and Earth Sciences: Proceedings of the Second UNAM-CRAY Supercomputing Conference

1. Welcome To NCSA
Information about supercomputing applications and research in the United States.Category Computers supercomputing......Science Successes. NCSA Mosaic™ 10th Anniversary Five leading technologyexperts will talk at the symposium The Future Frontier
About Us NCSA Alliance TeraGrid Expeditions Atmospheric Discovery Community Codes Performance Engineering Data Quest ... Scientific Workspaces Outreach EOT Community Partnerships Private Sector Program User Information Getting Started Consulting Training Alliance Resources News Access Online data link Newsletter Press Room
Five leading technology experts will talk at the symposium "The Future Frontier: Computing on NCSA Mosaic's 10th Anniversary."
NCSA Hosts Annual Meetings
NCSA will host its PSP Annual Meeting and the Alliance All-Hands Meeting the week of April 28 in Urbana, IL. Information on both meetings, including online registration forms, can be found at the links above.
Curriculum Architect for Science Literacy
The Internet-based Curriculum Architect for Science Literacy design and analysis system empowers educators across the nation to apply general design principles to development of curriculum, ranging from the traditional to the innovative.
Find out about research projects currently underway at NCSA.
Search Projects Database:
Argonne National Laboratory's phytoremediation program and a University of Illinois environmental engineering professor use NCSA's D2K to find patterns in large, inconsistent datasets.

2. Arctic Region Supercomputing Center
of computing facilities and links to research projects.......
User Support User Accounts Account Application Staff Directory ... View the ARSC feature story on the UAF web page
Faculty Camp
HPC Technology Watch (Room Change! Updated March 6th)
Bioinformatics at ARSC and UAF
ARSC to install immersive, virtual environment
Cray SX-6 Information, Benchmarking, and User Accounts
NorthSTAAR ...
View the Winter 2002 Challenges.
Arctic Region Supercomputing Center
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3. Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
Pittsburgh supercomputing Center. Research, educational outreach, and supercomputing news.Category Computers Computer Science Research Institutes...... Research Staff, Users, Biomed, Networking, Annual Research Report. PA ResearchersEligible for Free supercomputing Time. Search our Site. Explore the Site Map.

4. Top 500 Supercomputer Sites
Joint presentation from three computing groups lists the top 500 supercomputing sites, rated in order by benchmarked system power. Includes news. available and will be introduced during the supercomputing Conference 2002 (SC2002) in Baltimore (November 1622, 2002).
SUPERCOMPUTER SITES The TOP500 project was started in 1993 to provide a reliable basis for tracking and detecting trends in high-performance computing. Twice a year, a list of the sites operating the 500 most powerful computer systems is assembled and released. The best performance on the Linpack benchmark is used as performance measure for ranking the computer systems. The list contains a variety of information including the system specifications and its major application areas. INFORMATION Call for Participation in 21th TOP500 list The 21st TOP500 List will be introduced during the International Supercomputer Conference (ISC2003) in Heidelberg, June 24-27, 2003 20th TOP500 List now available
The 20th TOP500 List is now available and will be introduced during the Supercomputing Conference 2002 (SC2002) in Baltimore (November 16-22, 2002).
High-Performance Linpack Benchmark
The Linpack benchmark can now be run using HPL , A Portable Implementation of the High-Performance Linpack Benchmark for Distributed-Memory Computers
  • The Earth Simulator build by NEC remains the unchallenged #1.

5. SCXY Conference Series
The International Conference for High Performance Computing and Communications. Information about Category Computers supercomputing Conferences......The International Conference for High Performance Computing and Communications.
The International Conference for High Performance Computing and Communications Conference History History of the Internet Steering Committee Industry Advisory Committee ... Conference Mail Lists
Phoenix, AZ
November 15-21, 2003
Baltimore, MD
November 16-22, 2002
Denver, CO
November 10-16, 2001
Dallas, TX
November 4-10, 2000
Conference Proceedings

Portland, OR November 13-19, 1999 Conference Proceedings Orlando, FL November 7-13, 1998 Anniversary Photo Archive Conference Proceedings San Jose, CA November 15-21, 1997 Conference Proceedings Pittsburgh, PA November 17-22, 1996 Conference Proceedings San Diego, CA December 4-8, 1995 Conference Proceedings Washington, D.C. November 13-18, 1994 Conference Proceedings Portland, OR November 15-19, 1993 Conference Proceedings Minneapolis, MN November 16-20, 1992 Conference Proceedings Albuquerque, NM November 18-22, 1991

6. SC2001
Accelerating Discovery Through supercomputing. J. Craig Venter, Ph.D., President and Chief Scientific Officer, Celera




Denver Info


Tutorials Tech Papers Plenaries ... BOFs Exhibition Overview Space Industry Research ... HPC Games Infrastructure SCinet SC Global Contact Info Committees ... Scientific Visualization: Bridging the Complexity Threshold
Chris Johnson, University of Utah 8:30AM-9:15AM MT (-7 hours UTC) Will Digital Actors Replace Human Ones? Alvy Ray Smith Digital Photography Artist 9:15am-10:30AM MT (-7 hours UTC) Netcast Archive Gray talk begins at 3 minutes Berman talk begins at 45 minutes The World Wide Telescope: Mining the Sky Jim Gray, Microsoft Research 8:30AM-9:15AM MT (-7 hours UTC) Grid Computing in the Terascale Age Fran Berman, SDSC and NPACI, Professor of CSE, UCSD 9::15AM-10:00AM MT (-7 hours UTC) Netcast Archive Accelerating Discovery Through Supercomputing J. Craig Venter, Ph.D., President and Chief Scientific Officer, Celera Genomics SC2001, the international conference for high performance computing and communications, convened in Denver, Colorado on 10-16 November with seven days of technical programs, technological demonstrations and exhibits, for the over 5000 attendees that gathered at the Denver Convention Center. Awards Cap SC2001 High-Performance Computing and Networking Conference Denver, CO November 15, 2001

7. Supercomputing Online - The Leading News Source For High Performance Computing,
Includes news, analysis, and discussion about supercomputing.Category Computers supercomputing......supercomputing Online The Leading News Source for High PerformanceComputing, Networking Communications Professionals.
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  • 8. NCSC Home Page
    Promotes use of computational science for education, research and commercial applications. Includes users, services, hardware and news.
    Latest News and Events: Last Modified 02/18/03 by the Webmaster

    9. Supercomputing Institute Home Page
    Provides supercomputing resources to the university. Site contains a description of the computers and technical support.


    Who we are, mission statement, contact information, and directions to the Institute Programs and resources
    Program and computing resources descriptions, calls for proposals and request forms Internships for Undergraduates
    Information on Internships and Intern Research Problems or Questions
    Technical questions, or report a problem with the systems Feedback
    Let us know how we can help Technical user support
    Technical help and information for system users Tutorials and Seminars
    Seminars and tutorials and hands-on workshops for system users Publications
    Annual Report, Quarterly Research Bulletins, Research Reports People
    Principal Investigator links, fellows, committees, and staff Events Symposia, workshops, and seminars sponsored by the Institute Employment opportunities Postdoctoral Associate in Protein Fold Recognition Data Mining Consultant Scientific Visualization Consultant Related links Links to other pages of interest This information is available in alternative formats upon request by individuals with disabilities. Please send email to

    10. QPSF
    A consortium for the collaborative use and development of high performance computing (HPC) resources within the universities of Queensland, Australia.
    Content by Wayne Mallett . Updated 19-Sep-2002 by Wayne Mallett
    Please ensure that you read the for this site.

    11. Index
    Providing supercomputing resources to students, faculty, and staff at eight institutions of higher learning in Mississippi.
    Home Newsletter News Flash Contact Us ...
    How to Build a Linux Cluster...

    Operating Systems
    Unix FAQ
    UNICOS Linux Irix ...
    Mississippi Technology Alliance

    UM Engr 691 Fall 2001
    UM Engr 691 Spring 2001

    UM CSCI 390 Spring 2002
    MCSR News Sweetgum is Up (03/11 )
    Sendmail Disabled on Magnolia (03/04 )

    Sweetgum's 10 Mosted Wanted (to delete old files on /tmp and /ptmp) Director's Message Recent Major MCSR Upgrades (1/9) HPC News More State/Education/Research News Linux News More Last Modified: Tuesday, 25-Feb-2003 12:23:00 CST

    12. The Supercomputing Institute
    A group of NeoLudites working on Linux, using a network of systems to solve problems that interest them.
    Luddite n 1: any opponent of technological progress 2: one of the 19th century English workman who destroyed labor-saving machinery that they thought would cause unemployment." is a private system consisting of several clusters of workstations running a variety of operating systems. We have compiled a list of known hardware, although pitiful, it serves its purpose. Most of what we do is directly based on teaching/learning Unix(mostly Linux) to ourselves and others. Be sure to read the if you live here. Hosts under
    Current Projects

    System Information

    Interesting Stuff
    History of Luddite

    "BTW I like your email - How do you check it? Do you have a team of amish scribes copy it down from the video book thingy with the flashy lights?"

    13. Center For Supercomputing Research & Development
    Welcome to the home page for the Center of Supercomputing Research and Development. The center focuses on creating new hardware and software approaches to speed distributed computation. Specific research includes integrating advances in optimizing and parallelizing compilers, new parallel architectures, and parallel algorithms. We are a part of the Coordinated Sciences Lab at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. For additional CSRD information, please use the following links:

    Technical Reports
    Current Research Projects
    DSJOS: Distributed Scalable Java Operating System Cross-platform Multilevel Parallelization
    PROMIS: A Parallelizing Compiler
    Illinois-Intel Multithreading Library ...

    Nanothreads: Fine-Greained Thread Support

    Non-active research projects can be found on the Past Projects Page
    CSRD Researchers and Graduate Students on the People Page
    Center for Supercomputing Research and Development 465 Computer and Systems Research Laboratory 1308 West Main Street Urbana, IL 61801-2307

    14. Supercomputing And Parallel Computing Research Groups
    Academic research groups and projects related to parallel computing.Category Computers Parallel Computing......Academic research groups and projects in the field of supercomputing and parallelcomputing. supercomputing and Parallel Computing Research Groups.
    Supercomputing and Parallel Computing Research Groups
    Index Conferences Vendors Supercomputers Note: I've moved on to another job , and I can no longer afford the time to keep this site updated. I recommend IEEE's ParaScope as a good alternative. Academic research groups working in the field of supercomputing and parallel computing.
    An object-Based Concurrent Language. Model of concurrency based on parallel active objects.
    Data parallel functional programming languages for distributed memory architectures.
    Object-Based DSM Environment on PVM.
    Large-scale multiprocessor with shared memory and message passing.
    Active-Message Driven Computing. Computational model and system based on computation at abstract locations, and built on active messages.
    Active Messages. Simple primitives exposing full hardware performance to higher communication layers.
    Parallel Architectures group. Portable parallel programming environment, parallel 3D terrain analysis and visualization.
    High performance simulations of lattice gauge theories and QCD.

    15. BAW-AK Supercomputing News
    Ein Magazin der BAWAK, welches in regelm¤Ÿigen Abst¤nden erscheint. Berichte ¼ber laufende Entwicklungen, praktische Anwendungen und neue Software aus dem Bereich der numerischen Simulation der Str¶mungs- und Transportprozesse.
    Supercomputing News - BAW-AKs informative Zeitschrift
    Supercomputing News - BAW-AKs fancy periodical
    Einige Vorbemerkungen
    Software aus dem Bereich der numerischen Simulation G. Lang Supercomputing News werden mit Hilfe des Textsatzsystems LaTeX hergestellt. Ab Heft 3/1997 liegen die Supercomputing News (SCN) auch als elektronisches Dokument (E-SCN) im Portable Document Format CROBAT R EADER gelesen werden (Adobe Systems Inc.). Den R EADER herunterladen.

    16. ASPIRE - Alabama Supercomputing Program To Inspire Computational Research In Edu
    ASPIRE is a program designed to motivate students in the area of computational science promoting reasoning, learning, and understanding.
    Non-framed Version
    (the old ASPIRE website)

    17. Scientific Supercomputing:
    Parts of this book are available online, with ordering information for a printed copy.Category Computers supercomputing......Scientific supercomputing Architecture and Use of Shared and DistributedMemory Parallel Computers Willi Schönauer Rechenzentrum
    Scientific Supercomputing:
    Architecture and Use of Shared and Distributed Memory Parallel Computers
    Germany Email: Version 1.1 (August 18, 1999, minor corrections)
    Now available typed and printed as book, click here
    Notice: On June 1, 2000 the hand-written manuscript has been deleted from the WWW !!!!!!
    Foreword Table of Contents
    Addendum Vers. 1.2

    18. About NCSA
    The National Center for supercomputing Applications (NCSA) is a leader in definingthe future's highperformance computing infrastructure for scientists and
    About Us NCSA Alliance TeraGrid Expeditions Atmospheric Discovery Community Codes Performance Engineering Data Quest ... Scientific Workspaces Outreach EOT Community Partnerships Private Sector Program User Information Getting Started Consulting Training Alliance Resources News Access Online data link Newsletter Press Room Divisions ... TeraGrid
    About NCSA The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) is a leader in defining the future's high-performance computing infrastructure for scientists and for society. NCSA creates the hardware, software, and tools that will make up the grid. This grid will assemble the country's most advanced technologies into a single system that will advance science beyond what is possible today. The center partners with other institutions and American industry to ensure that the social and economic benefits of NCSA's research and knowledge are transferred to everyone. NCSA opened its doors in January 1986 as one of the five original centers in the National Science Foundation's Supercomputer Centers Program and a unit of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign . The center earned and maintains an international reputation in high-performance computing and networking and in developing innovative software applications. NCSA greatly broadened the user base of remote supercomputing and the Internet with NCSA Telnet in 1987. In 1992, the center introduced NCSA Mosaic, the first readily-available graphical Web browser.

    19. Scandal Supercomputing Project Home Page
    Development of a portable environment for programming supercomputers. Project information and resources about parallel programming.
    Scandal Project Home Page
    The primary research interest of the Scandal project is the development of a portable, interactive environment for programming a wide range of supercomputers. The two main goals of the project are:
  • Developing a portable parallel language, NESL , and associated environment.
  • Developing fast implementations of parallel algorithms There are two possible etymologies of SCANDAL.
    Scandal Information
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    Related Scandal
  • 20. Supercomputing And Parallel Computing Resources
    Information on conferences, research groups, vendors, and supercomputers.Category Computers supercomputing Directories......Information on conferences, research groups, vendors, and machines inthe field of supercomputing and parallel computing. supercomputing
    Supercomputing and Parallel Computing Resources
    Conferences Research Groups Vendors Supercomputers Note: I've moved on to another job , and I can no longer afford the time to keep this site updated. I recommend IEEE's ParaScope as a good alternative.
    My Own Pages
    From serious journals to frivolous pictures:
    Other Sites I Recommend
    If you can't find it from one of these pages, it's not worth finding:
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    May 14, 1997
    • Program: ISUG'97 (Intel Supercomputer Users Group Annual Conference).
    • Program: PPoPP'97 (Symposium on Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming).
    • Program: PTOOLS'97 (Parallel Tools Consortium).
    • CFP: PCRCW'97 (Workshop on Parallel Computing, Routing, and Communication).
    • Program: COORDINATION'97 (Conference on Coordination Models and Languages).

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