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Applications of High-Performance Computing in Engineering VI
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Applications of High-Performance Computing in Engineering VI

Edited By: M. INGBER, University of New Mexico, USA and H. Power, University of NottIngham, United Kingdom and C.A. Brebbia, Wessex Institute of Technology, United Kingdom

Price

$441.00 (free shipping)

ISBN

978-1-85312-810-3

Pages

512

Book Series Title

Advances in High Performance Computing

Book Series

6

Transaction Series

WIT Transactions on Information and Communication Technologies

Transaction Volume

23

Published

2000

Format

Hardback

High performance computing has evolved into an extremely powerful tool for solving a wide variety of problems in modeling and simulation. The resolution of increasingly diverse time and length scales is becoming possible with rapid advancement in both hardware and software capabilities, and this, in many cases, is providing the enabling technology for new knowledge.

This book features papers from the Sixth International Conference on Applications of High-Performance Computing in Engineering, the latest in a highly successful series which provides a forum for scientists from many fields and countries to exchange ideas and information. Contributions come from researchers and practitioners in academia, industry and government, and cover a wide range of topics such as fluid flow, structural mechanics, material processing, efficient broadcasting algorithms, and data mining.

Almost 50 papers are included and these are divided under the following headings: Applications in Parallel Computing; Parallel Finite and Boundary Elements; Algorithms for Parallelisation; Applications of Neural Computing; Performance and Benchmarking; Applications in Fluid Flow; Distributed Computer Systems and Networking; Further Applications in Computational Science.

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