The Party Line Approach To Supercomputing
HAVE A MAJOR PROBLEM THAT demands a supercomputer, but limited funds? No problem, says University of Illinois at Chicago mathematician Robert Grossman. Build a "virtual supercomputer." The idea, adds Robert J. Hollebeek, a University of Pennsylvania collaborator, is to link a bunch of workstations "so they can `think'
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