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HPCU
Basics of OpenMP, and instructions how to compile and run. Description of functions, parallel directives and regions, locks, and schedules.
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HPCU
Overview and architecture of the Open Science Grid. Principles, best practices, and service decomposition. Overview of governance, technical groups, activities, documentation, access.
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HPCU
Introduction to Storage Resource Broker (SRB) architecture and configurations. Introduction to HDF5 library, object model, and data subsetting. Description and motivation of the collaboration project. Details of the HDF5-SRB model and architecture. (Note: users may also be interested in iRODS).
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NCSI Resources
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This tutorial is meant to get you up and running quickly in Java. It is written for the beginning programmer, and will cover both basic programming elements and the syntax for using those elements in Java. This is not intended to be a tutorial in object oriented programming, and object oriented programming and classes are not covered in this tutorial.
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NCSI Resources
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This tutorial is designed to teach creation of Graphical User Interfaces using Java Applets.
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NCSI Resources
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Despite the rate at which computers have advanced in recent history, human imagination has advanced faster. Often greater computing power can be achieved by having multiple computers work together on a single problem. This tutorial discusses how Message Passing Interface (MPI) can be used to implement parallel programming solutions in a variety of cases.
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NCSI Resources
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Overview of parallel programming protocols.
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NCSI Resources
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An overview of cluster installation methods ranging from package by package installation to large scale cluster installation tools such as OSCAR and ROCKS.
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CSERD
The mission of the AiS Challenge is to improve students' understanding and use of technology by developing their skills in scientific inquiry, modeling, computing, communications, and team work.
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SUCCEED Curriculum
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Project SUCCEED hosts workshops in science and mathematics through computing for grade 6-10 in the Raliegh/Durham areas of North Carolina.
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