Box 01 
Caltech Physics Research 
Total Pages 
1 
Backward scatt. Formulae 
40 
2 
CALT. 68834 Extract 
15 
3 
CALT. 68863 
106 
4 
CALT. DOE report  July 1984 
388 
5 
CALT. Phys. and Hyper. 1983 
23 
6 
CALT.68747 E110 D and E 
40 
7 
CALT.68896 BDMSUnix Feb.82

75 
8 
CALT.68902 Lattice 
38 
9 
CALT.68935 
65 
10 
Caltech Doe Report May 1981 
137 
11 
CDF  70 1980 
59 
12 
CRAY and QCD 1983 
24 
13 
E260 Talk By Fox Conference 
34 
14 
E350 ALL Neutral  Brad W 
86 
15 
E350 CALT. 68886 
22 
16 
E350 CALT.68895 
28 
17 
E350 DATA CALT.68895 
28 
18 
FFFWNPF 
14 
19 
FOX TALK H partial Hadron Large Tranverse Momentum 
10 
20 
FOX High Transverse Momentum Talk 
46 
21 
FOX High Transverse Momentum Talk unclear 
33 
22 
Fox Jet Observ. Talk  1980 
18 
23 
FOX OLD High Transverse Momentum Slides 
16 
24 
Fox Old Physics Oriented Hypercube Talk 1978 
36 
25 
Fox Phenom. Sum. DOE 1982 
10 
26 
Fox Quark  slide W 
10 
27 
Fox Quark Scattering slide set h3 
6 
28 
Fox Talk QCD  QED Analogy 
19 
29 
Fox Talk UCLA Quarks and Gluon Showers 
35 
30 
FOX TRANSP. Argonne Talk 
78 
31 
Fox Wisconsin Talk  1980 
13 
32 
Group Theory  Notes IX 
7 
33 
Group Theory GC V 
42 
34 
Group Theory I 
9 
35 
Group Theory II 
15 
36 
Group Theory III 
130 
37 
Group Theory IV 
38 
38 
Group Theory paper by Carter VII 
52 
39 
Group Theory paper by Dynkin VI 
101 
40 
Group Theory VII 
54 
41 
Group Theory Papers VIII 
331 
42 
HCUBE 3 attendees 
33 
43 
Particle Phys. view  1983 
23 
44 
Simple Phys. Facts 
91 
45 
Solving Problems on Concurrent Vol. I Original Pictures

165 
46 
SPCP CH. 1 
8 
47 
SPCP CH. 2 
25 



Box 02 
D43 Caltech Physics + C3 Preps 

1 
A Leading Order QCD Computation Thesis by Sarbmeet Singh 1983 
208 
2 
Analysis Neutral final State Reaction Bradley Werner 
85 
3 
CALT 68821 DEC.80 Comp.Hi.En 
137 
4 
CALT68834 HEP Reaction March 1982 
14 
5 
CALT.68896 BDMSUnix Feb.82 
74 
6 
CALT.68833 Unix Graphics 
21 
7 
CTECH JPL VOL. 1 DOC. May 85 
635 
8 
CTECHJPL Vol 2 Applic. Feb.85 
454 
9 
Fox Electro. Calorimeters 
53 
10 
Hypercube and the Caltech Comp. program 
39 
11 
Particle Physics Data System Encode. Manual 
107 
12 
Physical Structure Fox,Furmanski 
34 
13 
Stephen Dean Ellis Thesis  1971 
134 
14 
The Third Conference Vol. I Architecture 1988 
912 
15 
The Third Conference Vol.II Applications 1988 
907 



Box 03 
Syracuse University NPAC SCCS 114168 

1 
SCCS 114 Future of Big ComputingA Triumph for Lilliputions 
4 
2 
SCCS 115 Parallel ComputingSome HPC software implications that we have learnt from the use of parallel computers 
34 
3 
SCCS 115b Portable Software for Parallel Computers 
47 
4 
SCCS 116 Oppurtunity for a New World Class IndustryThe Supercomputing Corridor 
17 
5 
SCCS 117 The Supercomputing Corridor the Central New York Advantage 
14 
6 
SCCS 118 New Computer Services Company 
12 
7 
SCCS 119 Computational Science 
12 
8 
SCCS 120 Examples of Pyhsical Computation 
46 
9 
SCCS 120bSlide Talk D Examples of Pyhsical Computation 
46 
10 
SCCS 121 UTRC Experience with the Connection Machine 
55 
11 
SCCS 122 Physical Optimication Methods for Allocating Data to Multicomputer Nodes 
15 
12 
SCCS 123 Problems and Software Engineering Solutions to C3I Applications 
442 
13 
SCCS 124 Preliminary Proposal (691) to the Nason Foundation 
20 
14 
SCCS 125 A Percolation Theory Approach to the Lowering of Ionization Potential in Hot and Dense Plasmas 
16 
15 
SCCS 125b Percolation Theory Approach to the lowering of the ionization potential in hot and dense plasmas 
8 
16 
SCCS 126 The Effect of Percolation on the Ionization Potential in Hot and Dense Plasmas 
4 
17 
SCCS 127 ACTIONNYSEvaluation of the Use of Express in Future Computer Systems017 
4 
18 
SCCS 128 Northeast Parallel Architectures Center (NPAC) Proposal to Lawrence Livermore Laboratory 
3 
19 
SCCS 129 Software Engineering for High Performance C3I Systems 
8 
20 
SCCS 130 Financial Modeling on the Connection Machine 
22 
21 
SCCS 131 Coherent Structures on a Boundary Layer in RayleighBenard Turbulence021 
53 
22 
SCCS 132 On Outer Loop Parallelization of Existing, Real Life Fortran77 Programs 
35 
23 
SCCS 133 ASAS Quarterly Report AprilJune 1991 
26 
24 
SCCS 134 The Architecture of Problems and Portable Parallel Software Systems 
32 
25 
SCCS 135 Parallel Applications, Some Experience, and Some Lessons 
46 
26 
SCCS 136 Maximizing and Modeling Multiprocessor Performance using the Force 
75 
27 
SCCS 137 A Study on Dataparallel C Compiler 
18 
28 
SCCS 138 Advanced Computing SystemsProposal to Rome Laboratory 
197 
29 
SCCS 139 DO and FORALL Temporal and Spatial Control Structures 
27 
30 
SCCS 140 Internal Parallelization of Scientific Codes for IBM3090 
11 
31 
SCCS 141 Empirical relations between static and dynamic exponents for Ising model cluster algorithms 
16 
32 
SCCS 142 Syracuse Center for Computational Science 
93 
33 
SCCS 143 JTF Quarterly Report JanuaryMarch 1991 
65 
34 
SCCS 144 Center for Research on Parallel Computation Renewal Proposal 
130 
35 
SCCS 145 Syracuse University Summer Institute for High School Teacher Enhancement 
40 
36 
SCCS 146 Chaos, Computers, and Physics 
133 
37 
SCCS 147 Internal Summary of NPAC Proposals for Funding 19901991 
7 
38 
SCCS 148 What We Have Learnt About Parallel Scientific Computation 
48 
39 
SCCS 149 Implementing Spatial Environmental Models on Parallel Computing Systems 
23 
40 
SCCS 150 Implementing Spatial Environmental Models on Parallel Computing Systems 
23 
41 
SCCS 150b Implementing an Intervisibility Analysis Model on a Parallel Computing System 
18 
42 
SCCS 150c Implementing an Intervisibility Analysis Model on a Parallel Computing System 
17 
43 
SCCS 151  SyracuseRice DARPA Project 
97 
44 
SCCS 152 Internal Rome Air Development Center Expert Science and Engineering Program 
7 
45 
SCCS 153 Internal Scalable Fortran7790 for SIMD and MIMD Parallel Computers 
7 
46 
SCCS 154 A Comparison of Load Balancing Methods for Parallel Computations 
19 
47 
SCCS 154b A Comparison of Load Balancing Algorithms for Parallel Computations 
13 
48 
SCCS 155 Internal The Syracuse Center for Computational Science Strategic Plan 
9 
49 
SCCS 156 MOVIEMultitasking Objectoriented Visual Interactive Environment 
54 
50 
SCCS 157 Final Report for the Parallel Assessment Window System 
507 
51 
SCCS 158 DraftACTIONNYS High Performance Computation and Parallel Processing in the Utility Industry 
12 
52 
SCCS 158b ACTIONNYS High Performance Computation and Parallel Processing in the Utility Industry 
14 
53 
SCCS 158c Internal ProposalACTIONNYS High Performance Computation and Parallel Processing in the Utility Industry 
30 
54 
SCCS 158d MADIC slide talk 
9 
55 
SCCS 159 ACTIONNYS and the NPAC 
6 
56 
SCCS 160 Exhibit 1_Statement of Work 
7 
57 
SCCS 161 ACTIONNYS Hybrid Approach to 'Feature Separates' Problem 
6 
58 
SCCS 162 ACTION brochure 
53 
59 
SCCS 163 ICASEDistributed Memory Compiler Methods For Irregular Problems 
38 
60 
SCCS 164 Multitasking Models for Concurrent Processing 
26 
61 
SCCS 165 Joint Graduate Degree Program in Computational Science 
14 
62 
SCCS 166 Parallel ApplicationsSome Experiences and Some Lessons in Industry and Academia 
43 
63 
SCCS 167a ProposalUndergraduate Research in Computer Science and Computational Physics 
80 
64 
SCCS 167b Journal of Undergraduate Research in High Performance Computing Vol 3 1993 
42 
65 
SCCS 168 HIPA High Performance Interconnection Processor 
148 



Box 04 
Caltech PhD Theses 

1 
A. Patel Caltech PhD 
105 
2 
A.Barnes Caltech PhD 1980 
124 
3 
D. Novoseller Caltech PhD 77 
232 
4 
E. Brooks Caltech PhD 
91 
5 
E. DeBenedictis PhD Thesis 
149 
6 
F. Fredericksen Indiana PhD 
274 
7 
Geoffrey fox 
212 
8 
J. Rohlf Caltech PhD 
106 
9 
M. Johnson Caltech PhD 1986 
231 
10 
M. Shatz Caltech PhD 
103 
11 
O. Martin Caltech PhD 
95 
12 
R. DeLZenero UIC PhD 1982 
209 
13 
R. Stanek UIC PhD E260 
244 
14 
Rajan Gupta PHD Thesis 
113 
15 
S. Otto Caltech PhD 1983 
127 
16 
S. Stampke Caltech PhD 
286 
17 
W. Danchi Caltech Senior Thesis 
123 



Box 05 
Caltech Physics Research 

1 
Bruce Cortez Triple Regge Analysis May 26 1978 
113 
2 
E350 Brad Wemer Thesis 
86 
3 
E350 Calt681367 1986 
35 
4 
E350 Figures 
13 
5 
E350 I=2 Exchange 
22 
6 
E350 Measurments 
97 
7 
E350 Nucl. Phys. B284 653673 1987 
22 
8 
E350 Nuclear Physics II B145 4566 1978 
23 
9 
E350 Theory Notes of Fox 
95 
10 
E350 Thesis 
341 
11 
E350 User Guide to Papoose 1977 
25 
12 
Experimental Measurements 
28 
13 
Misc Old Theory (Theory of Method of Steepest Descent) 
8 
14 
Misc Old Theory FESR for Spin 
45 
15 
Misc Old Theory Gell Mann 
190 
16 
Misc Old Theory Infinite Momentum I 
96 
17 
Misc Old Theory Momentum III 
43 
18 
Misc Old Theory more on Infinite Momentum 
15 
19 
Misc Old Theory PN Mass Difference 
17 
20 
Misc Old Theory Rotation Matrices 
11 
21 
Misc Old Theory Work of Toller 
27 
22 
Nuclear Physics B177 120 1981 
21 
23 
Partial Wave Analysis 
87 
24 
Partial Wave Analysis CALT68835 
26 
25 
Physical Review 41B 12601262 1978 
4 
26 
Predictions for Colliding Beams 
20 
27 
QCD Calt68919 Hodron Monte Carlo 
22 
28 
QCD Hadron Hadron Monte Carlo 
10 
29 
QCD Jet Physics 
93 
30 
QCD Notes on Space Time 
29 
31 
Qcd users Guide Monte Carlo 1982 
68 
32 
Ragge Theory 
142 
33 
ReggeTheory Baryon Vertex 
18 
34 
Rotations Relations 
26 
35 
Structure of Proton 
39 
36 
Triple Regge Theory 
5 
37 
Triple regge theory Analysis of Rutger Data 
22 
38 
Triple Regge TheoryGeneral 
34 
39 
Tripple Regge theory Triple Pomeron 
58 
40 
Unfinished Theory 
79 



Box 06 
Cambridge Course Notes and Questions 

1 
Cambridge Math Tripos course Notes  Analysis I and II

247 
2 
Cambridge Math Tripos Course Notes  Astrophysics 
144 
3 
Cambridge Math Tripos course Notes  Mathematical Methods Part 1 
184 
4 
Cambridge Math Tripos Course Notes  Modes and Techniques in 17th Centruy Mathematics 
75 
5 
Cambridge Math Tripos course Notes  Projective Geometry 
214 
6 
Cambridge Math Tripos Part II Course Notes 
117 
7 
Cambridge Math Tripos Part II course Notes  Abstract Algebra 
53 
8 
Cambridge Math Tripos Part II course Notes  Random Variables 
46 
9 
Cambridge Math Tripos Part III  Solid State Physics196364 V. H 
86 
10 
Cambridge Math Tripos Part III Answers 1960 
39 
11 
Cambridge Math Tripos Part III Answers 1962 
66 
12 
Cambridge Math Tripos Part III Answers 1963 
57 
13 
Cambridge Math Tripos Part III Course Notes  Quantum Theory 
276 
14 
Cambridge Math Tripos Question Sheets 
112 
15 
Cambridge Math Tripos. Part III Answers 1961 
32 
16 
Cambridge Math Triposcourse Notes  Linear Algebra 
76 
17 
Course notes  complex variables 
99 
18 
Course Notes  Quantum Theory of Atomic and Molecular Properties 
113 
19 
Misc. Camb. Math Tripos 1964 QandA 
51 



Box 07 
Caltech Fox Course Notes 

1 
C. L. N. Ph.127 Stat. Phys.P II 
166 
2 
C.L.N Ph127 Stat. Phys. Part IV 
116 
3 
C.L.N Ph231 Part Phys.Pt.I 1980 
261 
4 
C.L.N. 1982 Ph 106 Mech Pt.IA 
24 
5 
C.L.N. Ph 106 b c 1982 Problem 
25 
6 
C.L.N. PH 106 Mech. Part I 
159 
7 
C.L.N. PH 106 Problems 
59 
8 
C.L.N. Ph 127 S. Ph. part III 
171 
9 
C.L.N. Ph 127 S. Phys. Sets 
171 
10 
C.L.N. Ph106 Mech. Part II 
108 
11 
C.L.N. Ph106 MId and Final Exam 
124 
12 
C.L.N. Ph106(b c) 198182 Ans 
83 
13 
C.L.N. Ph127 Stat. Phys Part I 
225 
14 
C.L.N. Ph129 Fox Questions 
110 
15 
C.L.N. PH209 Elec. and magnet II 
149 
16 
C.L.N. PH209 Elect. and Mag. I 
101 
17 
C.L.N. Ph231 Part.Phys.Pt.II 1981 
265 
18 
C.L.N. Rick Field Ph. 106 
31 
19 
Ph 20 Infrastructure notes 1984 
39 
20 
Ph 20 1 dimen. motion wdrag 
43 
21 
Physics 2022 1984 Fox 
218 



Box 08 
Caltech E110/E260 Memos 

1 
Bromberg MPS Users or prospective 
8 
2 
CIT4077  E260 Normalization 
9 
3 
CIT4177  Forward v Detection 
3 
4 
CIT4277  E110 preliminary DST 
4 
5 
CIT4377  Calorimeter Calibration from Beam Tracks 
32 
6 
CIT43A78 Kropac  A Second Look at Clorimeter Calibrations 
32 
7 
CIT4477  E260 Condensed DST 
11 
8 
CIT4577 Revised 31379  CST Reading and Analysis Facilities for E110 
13 
9 
CIT4678 YungFox  Pulse Shape of a Hadron Entering Our Calorimeter 
11 
10 
CIT4778 YungFox  Comparison of Jets from Hydrogen and Aluminum Targets 
17 
11 
CIT4978  Observed Differences Between Jets Produced by Positive and Negative Beams in E260 
17 
12 
CIT5078  Wind's Method C.Cole 
26 
13 
CIT5178  The Great Beam Routine Memo  StampkeBromberg 
30 
14 
CIT5278  E260 Dot Plots  FoxYung 
19 
15 
CIT5378 A Veto House Study 
53 
16 
CIT5478  Routines for Selecting Interacting Beam Events in E260 
15 
17 
CIT5578  Comparison of Twoparticle Correlations for Hydrogen and Aluminum Events 
24 
18 
CIT5679  The Cerenkov Counters in E110 
62 
19 
CIT5779Tokyo Conference Results 
40 
20 
CIT5879  Preliminary Results on PI p = KK+KoX 
53 
21 
CIT5979  Recent Software Modifications  Bromberg 5379 
9 
22 
CIT6279  E260 Quality Factor Studies 
37 
23 
CIT6479  E260 Beam Cerenkov Analysis 
19 
24 
CIT6579  E260 Jet Cross Sections 
10 
25 
CIT6679  A Farewell Glance Over The Forward Region 
71 
26 
CIT6779  E110 Memo  D, E and JK enhamcement cross section at 100Gev 
13 
27 
CIT974  Implementation of SCEPTER  SPectrometer Ray Tracing Program on NAL 6600 and LBL 7600 
356 
28 
Cross Section Estimates 73 
7 
29 
Diffractive Studies for 110 
9 
30 
E110 Memo CIT revision of IND177 
10 
31 
E110 Xmas Memo 
4 
32 
E110' Addendum 113076 
6 
33 
E110260 Kinematic Routines 
4 
34 
E110260 LBL  7600NAL 6600 Occasional Newsletter No 1 21 April 75 
31 
35 
E110260 LBL  7600NAL 6600 Occasional Newsletter No 2 29 April 75 
56 
36 
E110260 LBL  7600NAL 6600 Occasional Newsletter No 3 5 May 75 
17 
37 
Feasablilty Study for a Charm Search at the MPS 
6 
38 
Index E110260 memos 
333 
39 
Ko h+ h Spectroscopy in Fermilab MPS 
6 
40 
N (~1700) Decay 
11 
41 
Occasional 7600 Newsletter 
4 
42 
PAPOOSE PLAGUE 
5 
43 
Spin Parity Calculations of the pw Enhancement 
37 
44 
SS memo 
4 
45 
Users Guide to PAPOOSE 
25 
46 
Weekly CET 110 Meeting 81277 
13 
47 
Yung  Preliminary Study of Track Qualities 
21 



Box 09 
Syracuse University NPAC SCCS 260295 

1 
Fortran90D Compiler for Distributed Memory MIMD Parallel Computers 
37 
2 
HIP A High Performance Interconnection Processor 
57 
3 
SCCS 260  A Large Scale Comparison of Option Pricing Models with Historical MArket Data 
8 
4 
SCCS 261  Expressing Dynamic, Asymmetric, Two Dimensional Arrays for Improved Performance on the DECmmp12000 
11 
5 
SCCS 262  A Comparison of CM FORTRAN and C Implementations of a Climate Modeling Application on a Connection Machine2 
15 
6 
SCCS 263  Parallel Computing  New Era In Computation 
171 
7 
SCCS 266  Molecular Dynamics of the Primary Photochemical Event in Rhodopsin 
37 
8 
SCCS 267  3D Visualizations in High Energy Physics 
23 
9 
SCCS 268  The APE100 Computer  The Architecture 
17 
10 
SCCS 269  Quantum Gravity, Random Geometry and Critical Phenomena 
16 
11 
SCCS 270  Implementation of Electromagnetic Scattering From Conductors Containing Loaded Slots on the Connection Machine CM2 
6 
12 
SCCS 270b  Implementation of Electromagnetic Scattering From Conductors Containing Loaded Slots on the Connection Machine CM2 
25 
13 
SCCS 271  High Performance Scalable Matrix Algebra Algorithms for Distributed Memory Architectures 
31 
14 
SCCS 271b  On the Parallelization of Blocked LU Factorization Algorithms on Distributed Memory Archetectures

41 
15 
SCCS 271c  On the Parallelization of Blocked LU Factorization Algorithms on Distributed Memory Archetectures 
12 
16 
SCCS 272  A Heirarchical Availability Modfel for Multiprocessor Computers 
10 
17 
SCCS 273b  Software Issues and Performance of a Parallel Model for Stock Option Pricing 
12 
18 
SCCS 274  Scheduling Regular and Irregular Communication Patterns on the CM5 
11 
19 
SCCS 275  Fortran90D Compiler for MIMD Machines 
19 
20 
SCCS 276  Benchmark Set for FortranD and High Performance Fortran 
30 
21 
SCCS 278  Applications and Performance Analysis of a CompileTime Optimization Approach for List Scheduling Algorithms on Distributed Memory Multiprocessors 
44 
22 
SCCS 280  A Parallel Approach to Finding Maximum Planar Subgraphs 
7 
23 
SCCS 281  Efficient MaximumLikelihood SoftDecision Decoding of Linear Block Codes using Algorithm A+ 
13 
24 
SCCS 283  Combinational and MonteCarlo Techniques for the Study of Strange Attractors 
15 
25 
SCCS 284 Internal  Lattice QCD and Spin Models  Grand Challenge Problems for the Development of High Performance Computing and Communications 
26 
26 
SCCS 286  Abstract  Massivelyparallel Iterative Schemes for Solving an Unsteady Boundrylayer Problem 
2 
27 
SCCS 287  Implementation of Electromagnetic Scattering from Conductors Containing Loaded Slots on DECmpp12000 Computer 
32 
28 
SCCS 288  Linear Programming Algorithms and Parallel Implementations 
44 
29 
SCCS 289 Internal  Fortran77D and Fortran90D  Scalable and Portable Software Modules for SIMD and MIMD Distributed Memory Parallel Computers 
13 
30 
SCCS 290  ICASE  The Design and Implementation of a Parallel Unstructured Euler Solver Using Software Primitives 
28 
31 
SCCS 291  A Classification of Irregular Loosely Synchronous Problems and Their Support in Scalable Parallel Software Systems 
33 
32 
SCCS 292 Internal  proposal  Dynamical Triangulations and Strings  Many Gigaflop to Teraflop Simulations 
65 
33 
SCCS 292b Internal  Dynamical Triangulations and Strings  Many Gigaflop to Teraflop Simulations of Fundamental Interactions at Short Distances 
24 
34 
SCCS 293 Internal  Workshop on Systems Software and Tools for High Performance Computing Environments 
234 
35 
SCCS 294  NPAC External Project Report  April 1, 1992 
61 
36 
SCCS 295  A Comparative Study of Blocked LU Decopmposition on Hytercube Computers and Networked Workstations 
21 
37 
SCCS 295b  A Requirement Analysis for HighPerformance Distributed Computing over LAN's 
23 
38 
SCCS 295c  A Requirement Analysis for HighPerformance Distributed Computing over LAN's 
26 
39 
SCCST 285  Financial Modeling on a Massively Parallel SIMD Machine 
19 
40 
UNAS news Vol 7 Num 3 April 1992 
9 



Box 10 
Syracuse University NPAC SCCS 296370 

1 
New SCCS CISE Research Instrumentation for integration of Virtual Reality 
55 
2 
SCCS 273 Load Balancing, Communications, and Performance of a Stock Option 
54 
3 
SCCS 296 Efficient Lattice Encoding for LUB and GLB Computations 
26 
4 
SCCS 297 Software support for irregular and loosely synchronous problems 
26 
5 
SCCS 297b Software Support for Irregular and Loosely Synchronous Problems 
12 
6 
SCCS 298 Internal Certification Regarding Lobbying 
79 
7 
SCCS 299 NPAC Strategic Planning Process For ACTION 
9 
8 
SCCS 300 MOVIE Model for Open Systems Based High Performance 
23 
9 
SCCS 300b MOVIE Model for Open Systems Based High Performance 
23 
10 
SCCS 302 Parallel Computing in Industry  An Initial Survey 
7 
11 
SCCS 302b Parallel Computing in Industry  An Initial Survey 
11 
12 
SCCS 303 ACTION New York State Technology Transfer Program 
48 
13 
SCCS 304 GE Corporate Supercomputing and Communications Task Force 
5 
14 
SCCS 305 Parallel Physical Optimization Algorithms for Allocating Data 
31 
15 
SCCS 306 Internal Budget Justification 
127 
16 
SCCS 307 A New Algorithm for Partial Shape Matching 
21 
17 
SCCS 308 Internal NPAC at Syracuse University Joint Tactical Fusion Center 
7 
18 
SCCS 309 Internal Proposal Review Form 
147 
19 
SCCS 310 Gordius A Data Parallel Algorithm for Spatial Data Conversion 
14 
20 
SCCS 311 Internal Solving Electrical Transient analysis problem by Differential 
16 
21 
SCCS 312 The Synthesis of Arbitrary Stable Convergent Dynamics 
26 
22 
SCCS 313 Internal Rome Laboratory Software Engineering Cooperative Virtual 
57 
23 
SCCS 318 Center for Research on Parallel Computation Applications Plan 1992 
24 
24 
SCCS 319 Dynamic Load Balancing For Large Distributed and Massively 
365 
25 
SCCS 320 Internal High Performance Computing and FourDimensional Data 
56 
26 
SCCS 320 Internal High Performance Computing and FourDimensional Data II 
92 
27 
SCCS 321 Internal Preliminary Title IXSSED Strategy Outline Syracuse 
71 
28 
SCCS 328 Internal CAS Aerospace Industry Briefing Agenda 
323 
29 
SCCS 330 On Heteropolymer Shape Dynamics 
21 
30 
SCCS 331 NonExponential Relaxation Time Scales in Disordered Systems 
22 
31 
SCCS 332 Impact of Grand Challenge Applications on HPCC Software and Tools 
11 
32 
SCCS 334 Internal ComputerBased Models of the Effects of Atmospheric 
66 
33 
SCCS 336 Internal Final Assignment  CIS 670 
17 
34 
SCCS 337 Internal CIS690 Numerical Methods, Software and Analysis 
13 
35 
SCCS 338 Internal ACTIONNYS Quarterly Report 3192  53192 
48 
36 
SCCS 339 Dependence Analysis for OuterLoop Parallelization of Existing 
34 
37 
SCCS 339b Dependence Analysis for Outer Loop Parallelization of Existing 
19 
38 
SCCS 340 Static and Runtime Algorithms for AlltoMany Personalized 
33 
39 
SCCS 342 Power Systems TransientDynamic Stability  A Grand Computing 
33 
40 
SCCS 343 Internal Proposal  Planning for Industry Interaction in High 
5 
41 
SCCS 346 Elastic String in a Random Potential 
15 
42 
SCCS 347 Critical Behavior of Charge Density Waves Below Threshold 
45 
43 
SCCS 348 Self Organization and a Dynamical Transition in Traffic Flow Models 
15 
44 
SCCS 349 Allocating Data to distributedmemory multiprocessors by genetic 
25 
45 
SCCS 349a Allocating data to distributedmemory multiprocessors by genetic 
25 
46 
SCCS 350 Allocating Data to multicomputer nodes by physical optimization 
55 
47 
SCCS 352 Internal NPAC ACTIONNYS Proposal to JP Morgan 
6 
48 
SCCS 354 An Expert System for Performance Management 
6 
49 
SCCS 355 MHiSS  A Memory Hierarchy for Stable Storage 
32 
50 
SCCS 356 A Runtime Data Mapping Scheme for Irregular Problems 
6 
51 
SCCS 357 The Phase Diagram of Fluid Random Surfaces with Extrinisic Curvature 
49 
52 
SCCS 359 Internal High Performance Distributed Environment with Rapid Prototypin 
11 
53 
SCCS 361 4d Simplicial Quantum Gravity with a Non Trivial Measure 
6 
54 
SCCS 362 Parallelization of MOPAC 
17 
55 
SCCS 363 Translating Fortran77D using BLAS routines to Fortran90D 
15 
56 
SCCS 364 Scalable Portable Systems for High Performance Computing 
8 
57 
SCCS 365FaultTolerant Task Management and Load Redistribution on Massively 
12 
58 
SCCS 366 Mapping Realistic Data Sets on Parallel Computers 
8 
59 
SCCS 368 Final Report on NPACs Financial and Economic Modeling Project 
54 
60 
SCCS 368b Final Report on NPACs Financial and Economic Modeling Project 
120 
61 
SCCS 370 Parallel Computers and Complex Systems 
23 
62 
SCCST 301 Talk 92G 
17 
63 
SCCST 316 Fortran 90D High Performance Fortran Current Status Future 
101 
64 
SCCST 317 NSF REU Parallel Computing Laboratory Introduction 
79 
65 
SCCST 322 NPAC Strategic Planning Process for ACTION 
65 
66 
SCCST 324 Parallel Computing The Challenge for Scalable Software 
53 
67 
SCCST 326 Parallel Processing Opportunities of Relavance to New York 
7 
68 
SCCST 333 Debugging and Performance Visualization Tools Workshop 
45 
69 
SCCST 335 Set of Basic Foils Describing FortranD 
20 
70 
SCCST 341 Parallel Computing for Financial Modeling 
21 
71 
SCCST 358 High Performance Fortran 
26 
72 
SCCST 358b High Performance Fortran Industry Standard 
22 
73 
SCCST 367 Industrial and Government Applications of Parallel Computing 
18 



Box 11 
Syracuse University NPAC SCCS 63113 

1 
SCCS 063 Computer Hardware, Advanced Mathematics, and Model Physics

116 
2 
SCCS 064 Parallel Computing  Software Applications and Their Linkage

83 
3 
SCCS 065 Investigation of the 2d O3 Model Using the Overrelaxation Algorithm 
29 
4 
SCCS 066 Adventures with a Million Processors  Financial Simulations and Large 
13 
5 
SCCS 067 Computational Science Education 
8 
6 
SCCS 068 Experience of LU Factorization on Concurrent Computers Results 
19 
7 
SCCS 069 Confidential Documentation of the Caltech Proposals in Computational 
75 
8 
SCCS 070 Association Graphs and Their Implementation on the Connection Machine 
25 
9 
SCCS 071 Slide Presentation D 
34 
10 
SCCS 072 White Paper for ONR Neural Supercomputer DoD University Research 
6 
11 
SCCS 073 An Evaluation of High Performance and Parallel Computing Hardware 
8 
12 
SCCS 074 B Parallel Genetic Algorithms with Application to Load Balancing 
15 
13 
SCCS 074 Parallel Genetic Algorithms with Application to Load Balancing 
16 
14 
SCCS 075 Thoughts of a Great Man 
70 
15 
SCCS 076 NIH Site Visit Presentation 
24 
16 
SCCS 077 Express versus iPSC2 Primitives  A Performance Comparison 
33 
17 
SCCS 078 B The Architecture of Problems and Portable Parallel Software Systems 
27 
18 
SCCS 078 Parallel Problem Architectures and their Implications for Portable Parallel 
27 
19 
SCCS 079 Remarks on Fortran 90 and Distributed Memory LAPACK 
8 
20 
SCCS 080 Physical Computation ASAS Program Office TECHBASE Group 
47 
21 
SCCS 081 MOVIE and Map Separates 
25 
22 
SCCS 082 A Example of mps application  Map Separates demo, April 1991 
31 
23 
SCCS 082 MOVIE and Map Separates 
25 
24 
SCCS 083 B A New Era in Computation 
8 
25 
SCCS 083 Parallel Computing and Education 
24 
26 
SCCS 084 Computational Science Education for Undergraduates 
47 
27 
SCCS 085 Preliminary Analysis Enhanced Clustered Fortran Language Specification 
8 
28 
SCCS 086 Resource Documents for Computational Science Education 
104 
29 
SCCS 087 B Joint Tactical Fusion Concurrent Processing Program Syracuse 
66 
30 
SCCS 087 Joint Tactical Fusion Concurrent Processing Program 
5 
31 
SCCS 088 B Fortran90D Compiler for Distributed Memory MIMD 
45 
32 
SCCS 088 C Fortran90D Compiler for Distributed Memory MIMD Parallel 
45 
33 
SCCS 088 Compiling Fortran90 Programs for Distributed Memory MIMD 
42 
34 
SCCS 089 Copies of Slide Presentations from APO Techbase Semiannual 
398 
35 
SCCS 090 MOVIEa software system for computational science 
35 
36 
SCCS 091 FortranD as a Portable Software System for Parallel Computers 
22 
37 
SCCS 092 Approaches to Physical Optimization 
16 
38 
SCCS 093 TITLE 
7 
39 
SCCS 094 B Blocked LU Factorization on a Multiprocessor Computer 
33 
40 
SCCS 094 C Blocked LU Factorization on a Multiprocessor Computer 
13 
41 
SCCS 094 Note  Blocked LU Factorization in Engineering Applications 
14 
42 
SCCS 095 Garbage Collection Algorithms for the Connection Machine 
250 
43 
SCCS 096 Monte Carlo Simulation of Dynamically Triangulated Random Surfaces 
49 
44 
SCCS 097 Random SelfInteracting Chains and Connections to Protein Folding 
44 
45 
SCCS 098 Evaluating Fortran D for NASA Distributed Supercomputing Applications 
24 
46 
SCCS 099 Evaluation of Parallel Computing for Over the Horizon Radat OTH 
3 
47 
SCCS 100 Syracuse University School of Management Project 
5 
48 
SCCS 101 The 2d O3 model by overrelaxation 
6 
49 
SCCS 102 Parallel Cluster Algorithms 
6 
50 
SCCS 103 A MultiGrid Cluster Labeling Scheme 
12 
51 
SCCS 104 The MOVIE Software Environment  Description and Applications 
18 
52 
SCCS 105 A Proposal to the GE Foundation for Support of The Faculty for etc 
33 
53 
SCCS 106 B CRPC Application Review  February 1114 1991 
21 
54 
SCCS 106 CRPC Application Review  February 1114 1991 Quarterly Report 
19 
55 
SCCS 107 Parallel Computing for Signal Processing and Ocean Environmental etc 
8 
56 
SCCS 108 Thermal Rounding of the Charge Density Wave Depinning Transition 
34 
57 
SCCS 109 Scattering Schedule for Problems with Unpredictable Structures 
16 
58 
SCCS 110 Parallel Programming as an Optimization Problem or Intelligent etc 
64 
59 
SCCS 111 Hardware and Software Architectures for Irregular Problem Architectures 
34 
60 
SCCS 112 Hierarchical TreeStructures for Particle Simulations 
13 
61 
SCCS 113 B Parallel Computing Software, Applications and their linkage 
65 
62 
SCCS 113 Parallel Computing Software, Applications and their linkage 
59 