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Front Cover -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Preface -- Editor -- Part I - Trends in HPC -- Chapter 1 - Contemporary High Performance Computing -- Chapter 2 - HPC Challenge: Design, History, and Implementation Highlights -- Chapter 3 - The Green500 List: A Look Back to Look Forward -- Part II - Contemporary HPC -- Chapter 4 - Tera 100 -- Chapter 5 - The Mole-8.5 Supercomputing System -- Chapter 6 - Supercomputing in the DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program -- Chapter 7 - Keeneland: Computational Science Using Heterogeneous GPU Computing -- Chapter 8 - Blue Gene/P: JUGENE -- Chapter 9 - Roadrunner: The Dawn of Accelerated Computing -- Chapter 10 - Blue Gene/Q: Sequoia and Mira -- Chapter 11 - "Lomonosov": Supercomputing at Moscow State University -- Chapter 12 - Pleiades: NASA's First Petascale Supercomputer -- Chapter 13 - The Blue Waters Super-System for Super-Science -- Chapter 14 - Kraken: The First Academic Petaop Computer -- Chapter 15 - Titan: 20-Petaop Cray XK7 at Oak Ridge National Laboratory -- Chapter 16 - Blacklight: Coherent Shared Memory for Enabling Science -- Chapter 17 - Gordon: A Novel Architecture for Data Intensive Computing -- Chapter 18 - Monte Rosa: Architectural Features and a Path Toward Exascale -- Chapter 19 - Tianhe-1A Supercomputer: System and Application -- Chapter 20 - TSUBAME2.0: The First Petascale Supercomputer in Japan and the Greatest Production in the World -- Chapter 21 - HA-PACS: A Highly Accelerated Parallel Advanced System for Computational Sciences -- Part III - Clouds and Grids in HPC -- Chapter 22 - Magellan: A Testbed to Explore Cloud Computing for Science -- Chapter 23 - FutureGrid: A Recon gurable Testbed for Cloud, HPC, and Grid Computing -- Chapter 24 - LLGrid: Supercomputer for Sensor Processing -- Bibliography -- Back Cover.
"Jeffrey Vetter has organized and edited a definitive state-of-the-practice volume on high-end high-performance computing (HPC), as it exists right now. What is provided is an insider's view of major HPC ecosystems, in a world where petascale computing is the reality. … Consistent editing and parallel presentations contribute to the usefulness of this volume. Numerous figures and tables complement the text … an important reference for the high-end HPC community."-Computing Reviews, July 2013.
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