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Cluster Computing in the Classroom: Topics, Guidelines, and Experiences

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Cluster Computing in the Classroom: Topics, Guidelines, and Experiences
- With the progress of research on cluster computing, more and more universities have begun to offer various courses covering cluster computing. A wide variety of content can be taught in these courses. Because of this, a difficulty that arises is the selection of appropriate course material. The selection is complicated by the fact that some content in cluster computing is also covered by other courses such as operating systems, networking, or computer architecture. In addition, the background of students enrolled in cluster computing courses varies. These aspects of cluster computing make the development of good course material difficult. Combining our experiences in teaching cluster computing in several universities in the USA and Australia and conducting tutorials at many international conferences all over the world, we present prospective topics in cluster computing along with a wide variety of information sources (books, software, and materials on the web) from which instructors ...
Amy W. Apon, Rajkumar Buyya, Hai Jin, Jens Mache
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where CCGRID
Authors Amy W. Apon, Rajkumar Buyya, Hai Jin, Jens Mache
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