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2012

Efficiently utilizing all processor cores available is essential to fully utilize a supercomputer.

Most Scalable Work Distribution Strategies
Load-balancing algorithms achieve the most scalable approaches to balance work(December 2012)

Illustrating the Power of Modeling
Experiments validate quantitative model predictions for cell activation dynamics(November 2012)

Predicting the Future for Stroke Victims
Computer model enables better understanding of what happens during and after stroke(November 2012)

Getting a Quick View of Data
New software component provides near real-time look at experimental data(November 2012)

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Taming Uncertainty in Climate Prediction
Using the uncertainty quantification method in precipitation modeling(March 2012)

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Learning About Material Integrity from Statistical Data
Imaging, statistics, and computational analysis shed new light on defects(February 2012)

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Bacteria to the Rescue
High-performance computing adds speed, clarity to uranium bioremediation research(January 2012)

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