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ISCA
1997
IEEE
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The SGI Origin: A ccNUMA Highly Scalable Server
The SGI Origin 2000 is a cache-coherent non-uniform memory access (ccNUMA) multiprocessor designed and manufactured by Silicon Graphics, Inc. The Origin system was designed from t...
James Laudon, Daniel Lenoski
IPPS
2002
IEEE
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A High Performance Algorithm for Incompressible Flows Using Local Solenoidal Functions
The convergence of iterative methods used to solve the linear systems arising in incompressible flow problems is sensitive to flow parameters such as the Reynolds number, time s...
Sreekanth R. Sambavaram, Vivek Sarin
SAINT
2007
IEEE
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High Availability and Scalability Support for Web Applications
A database query caching technique, GlobeCBC, can be used to improve the scalability of Web applications. This paper addresses the availability issues in GlobeCBC. Even though hig...
Louis Rilling, Swaminathan Sivasubramanian, Guilla...
PADS
2000
ACM
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ROSS: a high-performance, low memory, modular time warp system
In this paper, we introduce a new Time Warp system called ROSS: Rensselaer’s Optimistic Simulation System. ROSS is an extremely modular kernel that is capable of achieving event...
Christopher D. Carothers, David W. Bauer, Shawn Pe...
IPPS
1999
IEEE
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Large Scale Simulation of Particulate Flows
Simulations of particles in fluid flows are of great interest to numerous industries using sedimentation, fluidization, lubricated transport, and hydraulic fracturing of hydrocarb...
Ahmed H. Sameh, Vivek Sarin
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