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Syracuse University NPAC SCCS 576789 
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SCCS 576 Design and Implementation of a Scalable Parallel Storm Scale Numerical Weather Prediction Model 
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SCCS 577 Issues in Parallel Computing 
56 
3 
SCCS 578 NYNET Issues Concerning Video on Demand and Other Interactive Consumer Products 
5 
4 
SCCS 579 Distributed Programming Paradigms with Cryptography Applications (J. Greenfield) 
189 
5 
SCCS 580 A Scaleable Paradigm for Effectively Dense Matrix Formulated Applications 
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SCCS 581 MOVIE 0.1Release Notes 
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7 
SCCS 582 MOVIE Documentation System Version 0.7 
22 
8 
SCCS 583 3D MOVIE Extension Status Report 
8 
9 
SCCS 584 Interface to Display Postscript in MOVIE 
11 
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SCCS 585 SuperComputing and Virtual Reality 
16 
11 
SCCS 586 Integrating Virtual Environments with High Performance Computing 
16 
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SCCS 587 Towards Interactive HPCCHigh Performance Fortran Interpreter 
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SCCS 588 Status of MOVIE project 
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SCCS 589 Object oriented model in MOVIE 
11 
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SCCS 590 APL,Fortran90,SQL style computing in MOVIE 
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16 
SCCS 591 Implementation of 3D Postscript Primitives in MOVIE 
32 
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SCCS 592 Designing MovieScript 
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SCCS 594 Parallel Circuit SimulationSurvey of Various Techniques Used 
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SCCS 595 CC++, pC++, Charm++ and OrcaLanguages for Parallel Programming 
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SCCS 598 Information Processing and HPCC Applications in Industry 
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SCCS 603 Parallel Assessment Window System (PAWS) Enhancements 
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SCCS 606 Languages, Compilers, and Runtime Systems Support for Parallel InputOutput 
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SCCS 607 XPVM An X Window Based Interface to the PVM Monitor 
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SCCS 608 A Graph Theoretic Formulation of Clustering 
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SCCS 609 Forall Loop Partitioning in the Fortran 90D CompilerTwo Examples 
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SCCS 611 Developing Interactive PVMbased Parallel Programs on Distributed Computing Systems within AVS Framework 
10 
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SCCS 613b HPF with Parallel IO Extensions 
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SCCS 614 Parallel ComputationPractice, Perspectives and Potential 
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SCCS 615 CRPC Research Symposium and Annual Meeting January 2526, 1994 
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SCCS 616 Experimental Performance Evaluation of the CM5 
12 
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SCCS 618 High Performance Computing and CommunicationYet another revolution in Education 
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SCCS 628 The Design of VIPFS 
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SCCS 632 NPAC REU '94 Abstracts and Papers 
133 
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SCCS 635 Distributed Computational Electromagnetics Systems 
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SCCS 642 Applications and Enabling Technology for NYNET Upstate Corridor 
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36 
SCCS 645 Interpreting the Performance of HPFFortran 90D 
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SCCS 646 The Virtual Computing Environment 
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SCCS 647 The Living TextbookA Demonstration of Information on Demand Technologies in Education 
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SCCS 651 A Comparison of Different MessagePassing Paradigms for the Parallelization of 2 Irregular Applications 
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SCCS 654 The Transportation Primitive 
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SCCS 657 ATM based Parallel and Distributed Computing 
31 
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SCCS 658 Redundant Task Scheduling in a Heterogeneous Distributed Computing Environment 
11 
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SCCS 671 Monte Carlo Simulations of Random Surfaces with Extrinsic Curvature 
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SCCS 673 Scalable BLAS 2 and 3 Matrix Multiplication for Sparse Banded Matrices on Distributed Memory MIMD Machines 
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SCCS 674 Parallel Structured Grid Generation 
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SCCS 678 Protocol Overhead in ATM networks 
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SCCS 680 A Description of the Initial Value Formulation of Vacuum General Relativity for the NonSpecialist 
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SCCS 681 Gravitational Wave ExtractionA Benchmark 
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SCCS 686 VIPFSA Virtual, Parallel File System 
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SCCS 713 Parallel Optimal Interpolation for Atmospheric Science 
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SCCS 720 Proposals for Projects in the 1995 Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program in HPC 
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SCCS 721 A Scalable Organization for the Development of High Performance Computing and Communications Software and Systems 
12 
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SCCS 722 Distributed Information Management in the National HPCC Software Exchange 
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SCCS 731 The Living Textbook and the K12 Classroom of the Future 
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SCCS 733 mFrame granular transport and buffer requirements for VBR encoded media in VOD servers 
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SCCS 742 A Collaboration to Apply Advanced Information Technologies in Education 
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SCCS 747 Journal of Undergraduate Research in High Performance Computing Vol 5 1995 
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SCCS 748 Cluster Computing Review 
72 
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SCCS 749 Distributed Medical Intelligence 
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SCCS 754 The Flat Phase of Crystalline Membranes 
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SCCS 759 Concatenated Parallelism A Technique for Efficient Parallel Divide and Conquer 
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SCCS 760 Radial Excited States for Heavy Quark Systems in NRQCD 
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SCCS 765 NonPerturbative Renormalization Group Flows in 2dimensional Quantum Gravity 
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SCCS 770b The Distributed Array Descriptor for a PCRC HPF Compiler 
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SCCS 771 HPFfea Front end for HPF 
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SCCS 772 MultigridAn Approach in HPF 
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SCCS 774a Some Issues of Reducibility and Equivalence in Feedforward Neural Networks 
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SCCS 776 A Parallel Data Assimilation System and its Implications on a Metacomputing Environment 
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SCCS 777 A Comparison of Annealing Techniques for Academic Course Scheduling 
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SCCS 778 TrAC Internet Column 
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SCCS 779 Runtime Oriented HPF Compilation 
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SCCS 780 Studies of Integration and Optimization of Interpreted and Compiled Languages 
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SCCS 782 Mean Field Annealing and nonEuclidean Combinatorial Optimization Problems ect 
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SCCS 784 Computing on the Web New Approaches to Parallel Processing Petaop and Exaop Performance in 2007 
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SCCS 786 Web Technologies for Collaborative Visualization and Simulation 
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SCCS 788 Using Java and JavaScript in the Virtual Programming Laboratory 
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SCCS 789 Design Issues in Building WebBased Parallel Programming Environments 
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SCCS 792 Java simulations for physics education 
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SCCS 796 Final Technical Report (March 3 1993 to February 28 1997) 
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SCCS Index Notes 
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Box 19 
Math and Physics Exam Questions Caltech Cambridge 

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Berkeley Dept of Physics Preliminary Exam fall, 1976 
201 
2 
Mathematic Tripos II 1969 
122 
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Mathematical Tripos Part 1 1960 
28 
4 
Mathematical Tripos Part 1 June 1962 
24 
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Mathematical Tripos Part 1 May 1963 
27 
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Mathematical Tripos Part 1B May and June 1966 
24 
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Mathematical Tripos Part 2 May and June 1966 
28 
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Mathematical Tripos Part 2 May 26, 1969 
561 
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Mathematical Tripos Part 2 May 29, 1967 
43 
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Mathematical Tripos Part 2 May 31, 1971 
35 
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Part II Course  Electromagnetism and Special Relativity 
834 
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Physics Dept Comprehensive Examination Sept, 1973 
463 
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Preliminary Exam in Mathematics and Mathematical Tripos Part 2 June 1961 
44 
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Preliminary Exam in Mathematics and Mathematical Tripos Part 2 June 1964 
52 
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Preliminary Exam in Mathematics and Mathematical Tripos Part 2 May and June 1965 
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Preliminary Exam in Mathematics June 3, 1965 
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Preliminary Exam in Mathematics June 4, 1964 
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Preliminary Exam in Mathematics June 5, 1961 
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Caltech A HM or AC3P 199 

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A 10  USSR Report Cybernetics, Computers and Automation Technology No. 72 
115 
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A 11  The Superatriculacy Phemomenon in the Center of Software Manufacture 
35 
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A 12  Three Shapiro Papers from the Parallel Processor Conference 
26 
4 
A 13  The Effects of Cacheing on Multitasking Efficiency and Programming Strategy on an ELXSI 6400 
34 
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A 14  ParaTran  A Transparent, Transaction Based Runtime Mechanism for Parallel Execution of Scheme 
10 
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A 15  Proton Decay  Numerical Simulations Confront Grand Unification 
7 
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A 16  The Space Time Array Computer 
19 
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AC3P 26  A Set of FORTRAN Routines for Multitask Timing Analysis on Shared Memory Machines 
48 
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AC3P 28  Jet Propulsion Laboratory 1985 Annual Report 
65 
10 
AC3P 29  Monte Carlo Methods for 2D COmpaction 
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AC3P 30  Monte Carlo Renormalization Group  A Review 
31 
12 
AC3P 31  Clear Evidence for a First Order Chiral Transition in QCD 
17 
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AC3P 32  Improved Actions, Redundant Operations and Scaling in Lattice SU(3) 
17 
14 
AC3P 33  Monte Carlo Renormalization Group  A Review 
31 
15 
AC3P 34  Activities and Operations of the Advanced Computing Research Facility  Jan 85  Jul 86 
26 
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AC3P 35  Report of the National Conference on Alternative Technologies for Class VI Computing 
26 
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AC3P 36  Hypercube Ensembles  An Architecture For Intelligent Robots 
59 
18 
AC3P 37  Shell's System V UNIX Utilities for the Ncube Rel 1.0  Installation and Caveats 
70 
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AC3P 38  Molecular Dynamics and Matrix Transfer Algorithms for Parallel Processor Systems 
28 
20 
AC3P 39  A MessagePassing Multiprocessor Simulator 
33 
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AC3P 40  Sparse Cholesky Factorization on a LocalMemory Multiprocessor 
24 
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AC3P 42  The Connection Machine  PDE Solution on 65,536 Processors 
58 
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AC3P 43  Comments on the FPS TSeries Computers 
17 
24 
AC3P 44  A UNIX Interface to Supercomputers 
16 
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AC3P 45  Using Supercomputers as Attached Processors 
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AC3P 46  Matrix and Vector Operations on Hypercube Parallel Processors 
16 
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AC3P 47  Efficient Parallel and Serial Approximate String Matching 
25 
28 
AC3P 48  Parallel Ear Decomposition Search (EDS) and STNumbering in Graphs 
35 
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AC3P 49  Tight Comparison Bounds on the Complexity of Parallel Sorting 
15 
30 
AC3P 50  The AddandLambda Operation  An Extension of FandA 
12 
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AC3P 51  Efficient Synchronization On Multiprocessors With Shared Memory 
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AC3P 52  A Unified Theory of Interconnection Network Structure 
31 
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AC3P 53  An Efficient Termination of Ada Tasks in a Distributed Environment 
27 
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AC3P 54  The Accelerated Centroid Decomposition Technique for Optimal Parallel Tree Evaluation in Logarithmic Time 
19 
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AC3P 55  Note on the AKS Sorting Network 
17 
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AC3P 56  Survey of Existing FaultTolerant Computer System 
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AC3P 57  Performance Limits of Optical, Electrooptical, and Electronic Neurocomputers 
52 
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AC3P 58  Monte Carlo Simulation on Transputer Arrays 
19 
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AC3P 59  Sparse Partial Pivoting in Time Proportional to Arithmetic Operations 
20 
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AC3P 60  A Parallel Algorithm for Finding Fill in a Sparse Symmetric Matrix 
17 
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AC3P 61  A Parallel Algorithm for Large Sparse Symbolic and Numerical Choelsky Factorization on a Multiprocessor 
32 
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AC3P 62  Numerical Solution of the Elastic Wave Equation 
6 
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AC3P 63  Hypernets  A New Multicomputer Archetecture for Distributed AI Processing 
26 
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AC3P 64  Cellular Automata and Statistical Mechanical Methods 
111 
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AC3P 65  Comparison of LANCZOS with Conjugate Gradient using Element Preconditioning 
27 
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AC3P 66  Design and Rational for MUPPET  A Programming Environment for Message Based Multiprocessors 
26 
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AC3P 67  Numerical Simulation of LAttice Guage Theories 
21 
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AC3P 68  Unconditionally Stable Concurrent Procedures for Transient Finite Element Analysis 
23 
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AC3P 69  Implementation and Performance of a Binary Lattice Gas Algorithm on Parallel Processor Systems 
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AC3P 71  Design Rationale for Concurrent Modula2 
29 
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AC3P 72  Design and Rationale for MUPPET  A Programming Environment for Message Based Multiprocessors 
26 
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AC3P 73  New Solutions to the Mapping Problem of Parallel Systems  The Evolution Approach 
11 
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AC3P 74  Implementation and Performance of a Complex Vision System on a Systolic Array Machine 
20 
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AC3P 76  The Effect of Restructuring Compilers on Program Performance for HighSpeed Computers 
20 
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AC3P 77  Experimantal Results for Vector Processing on the Allient FX8 
127 
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AC3P 78  Vector Processing on the Alliant FX8 Multuprocessor 
9 
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AC3P 79  A Fully Parallel Algorithm fior the Symmetric Eigenvalue Problem 
27 
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AC3P 80  A CompileAssisted Cache Coherence Solution for Multiprocessors 
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AC3P 81  Multiprocessor Jacobi Algorithm for Dense Symmetric Eigenvalue and Singular Value Decomposition 
9 
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AC3P 82  Speedup Bounds and Processor Allocation for Parallel Programs on Multiprocessors 
9 
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AC3P 83  Compiler Generated Synchronization for DO LOOPS 
10 
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AC3P 84  Optimizing Matrix Operations on a Parallel Multiprocessor with a Hierarchical Memory System 
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AC3P 85  Symmetric Eigenvalue Problem on a Multiprocessor 
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AC3P 86  Multitasking Runtime Systems for the CEDAR Multiprtocessor 
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AC3P 87  Approximate Parallel Scheduling. Part 1  BAsic Technique with Applications to Optimal List Ranking in Log Time 
28 
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AC3P 88  Parallel Construction of a Suffix Tree 
29 
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AC3P 89  A Group Lock Algorithm, With Applications 
15 
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AC3P 90  A Note on Random Number Generator of Chung et. al 
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AC3P 91  Random Number Generators for Ultracomputers 
32 
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AC3P 92  Parallel Merge Sort 
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AC3P 93  UltraProlog 
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AC3P 94  Workshop on Neural Network Devices and Applications 
432 
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AC3P 95  BoxAssisted Correlation 
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AC3P 96  Vectorization of the GEANT3 Geometrical Routines for a CYBER 205 
15 
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AC3P 97  Solving Finite Element Equations on Concurrent Computers 
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AC3P 98  Domain Decomposition and Mixed FInite Element Methods for Elliptic Problems 
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AC3P 99  Conditional Knowledge as a Basis for Distributed Simulation 
15 
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AHM 20  Overview of Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient (PCG) Methods in Concurrent Finite Element Analysis 
20 
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AHM 22  Performance Models of Concurrent Processors 
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AHM 25  The Capacity of the Hopfield Associative Memory 
73 
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AHM 01  The Deconfining Phase Transition in Lattice QCD 
16 
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AHM 02  A Brief Description of AMETEK Research on Reservoir Simulation 
11 
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AHM 03  Neural Networks, Pattern Recognition, and Fingerprint Hallucination 
93 
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AHM 04  TWOTRANII  An Interfaced, Exportable Version of the TWOTRAN Code for TwoDimensional Transport 
78 
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AHM 05  ANIMAC  A Multiprocessor Archetecture for RealTime Computer Animation 
317 
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AHM 06  A Fortran Multitaksing Library for Use on the ELXSI 6400 and the CRAY XMP 
69 
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AHM 07  NMFECC BUFFER Family Day 1985  Vol 9, No 10 Oct 1985 
38 
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AHM 08  Analysis of Partitioning and Allocation Techniques in a ClusterBased MAchine 
54 
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AHM 09  Progress and Bottlenecks in Simulating Lattice Guage Theory with Fermions 
51 
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AHM 17  Systolic Processors with Fault Tolerance Design for Parallel Computing 
26 
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AHM 19  Shared Memory, Cache, and Frontwidth Considerations in Multifrontal Algorithm Development 
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AHM 23  The Performance of Multicomputer Networks Supporting Dynamic Workloads 
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AHM 24  CostPerformance Bounds for Multimicrocomputer Networks 
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Syracuse University NPAC SCCS 162 

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001SCCS 01MOVIE The System Overveiw 
54 
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002SCCS 02Physical Computation 
39 
3 
003SCCS 02bhysical Computation 
51 
4 
004SCCST 03NPAC and SCCS 
13 
5 
005SCCST 04Something to do with CRPC 
19 
6 
006SCCS 05Static Performance Estimation 
28 
7 
007SCCST 06Migrating Fortran Codes To Parallel Computers 
17 
8 
008SCCST 07Physical Computation 
30 
9 
009SCCST 08Prospects for Parallel Computers 
58 
10 
010SCCS 09Solving Problems in Navigation 
72 
11 
011SCCS 10INational Research Resourse for Computational Methods in NMR 
268 
12 
012SCCST 11Portable Parallel Programs 
39 
13 
013SCCST 13Parallel Computing Architecture and Software 
52 
14 
014SCCS 19 Development of Advanced Computer Methods for SSC Analysis 
74 
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015SCCS 14A Static Performance Estimator to Guide Data Partitioning Decisions 
12 
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016SCCS 14bA Static Performance Estimator to Guide Data Partitioning Decisions 
29 
17 
017SCCS 15HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING HPC SOFTWARE 
14 
18 
018SCCS 16Proposal to the National Science Foundation 
38 
19 
019SCCS 17High Level Software Tools 
37 
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020SCCS 18Computer Science Software Tool and Languages 
23 
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021SCCS 22bTechnology at TRW 
67 
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022SCCS 23APPLICATIONS of PARALLEL SUPER COMUTERS 
46 
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023SCCS 20Statistical Mechanics and Phase Transitions in Clustering 
6 
24 
024SCCS 22Parallel Processing Applied to Climate Modeling 
26 
25 
025SCCS 21Constrained Clustering as an Optmizing Method 
17 
26 
026SCCS 24Instramentation and Labratory Improvements 
38 
27 
027SCCS 26The Northeast Distributed Center for Parallel Computing 
76 
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028SCCS 55aMOVIE Refernce Manual 
257 
29 
029SCCS 44HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING 
128 
30 
030SCCS 25An Evolution Approach to Load Balancing Parallel Computations 
6 
31 
031SCCS 27Developing Large Industial Applications on NCUBE2 
5 
32 
032SCCST 28Compiling Fortran for the Intel Touchstone 
19 
33 
033SCCS 29Achievments and Prospects for Parallel Computing 
22 
34 
034SCCS 30Unergraduate Computational Science Summer Internships 
13 
35 
035SCCSI 30Undergraduate Comutational Science Summer Internships 
13 
36 
036SCCS 31Parallelization of Scientific Codes for IBM3090 
4 
37 
037SCCS 32DETERMINSTIC ANNEALING CLUSTERING AND OPTIMIZATION 
72 
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038SCCS 33A Hybrid Algorithm for Task Allocation in Multicomputers 
21 
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039SCCS 34Development of Software and Applications for Parallel Processors 
14 
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040SCCS 35Scalable FORTRAN 
36 
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041SCCS 36A Hybrid Genetic Algorithm 
10 
42 
042SCCS 37Nearterm Examples of the Possibilities of Parallel Computing 
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043SCCS 38Guage Theories on the Randomblock Lattice 
8 
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044SCCS 39Parallel Software Engineering 
4 
45 
045SCCS 40Test Suite and Performance 
18 
46 
046SCCS 41An Outline of Fortran90 
27 
47 
047SCCS 42Fortran D Language Specification 
40 
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048SCCS 42bFortran D Language Specification 
39 
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049SCCS 42cFortran D Language Specification 
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050SCCS 45Coarse Grain Parallelization of Fortran77 Programs 
11 
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051SCCS 46Numerical Study of Laminar 
51 
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052SCCS 47MOVIE Geoffrey C Fox 
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053SCCS 48A VLSI Neural Network for Color Constancy 
9 
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054SCCS 49Computer Science Software Tools and Languages 
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055SCCS 50ACTION Industrial Technology Trsasfers 
31 
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056SCCS 51Computer Hardware Advanced Mathematics 
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057SCCS 53JTF Quarterly Report and Project Summary 
13 
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058SCCS 54JTF Center of Excellence 
46 
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059SCCS 55MOVIE The System Overveiw 
54 
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060SCCS 55bM Reference Manual 
79 
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061SCCS 56Resource Material on Computaitonal Science 
155 
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062SCCS 57Syracuse University Joint Tactical Fusion Center 
48 
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063SCCS 58Coherent Research Inc 
58 
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064SCCS 59JTF Quarterly Report 
13 
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065SCCS 60JTF Quarterly Report Package 
90 
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066SCCST 61Presentation to the Joint Tactical Fusion Program 
300 
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067SCCS 62Computational Science at Syracuse University 
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Syracuse University NPAC SCCS 451  513 

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SCCS 452 Statistical Mechanics on Massively Parallel Computers The Research at NPAC 
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SCCS 453 An Integrated Software Development Model for Heterogeneous High Performance Computing 
25 
3 
SCCS 454 A High speed Communication Protocol for Parallel and Distributed Computing 
31 
4 
SCCS 455 Trends Toward Virtual Computing Environment 
24 
5 
SCCS 456aBenchmarking Parallel Distributed Software Engineering Process 
17 
6 
SCCS 456bVirtual Machine Progress Report 
7 
7 
SCCS 456cDynamic Thresholds in Process Allocation 
13 
8 
SCCS 456dA Virtual Machine Programming Model For High Performance Computing 
5 
9 
SCCS 458 InternalHigh Performance Fortran 
21 
10 
SCCS 459Mapping Algorithms and Software Environment for Data Parallel PDE Iterative Solvers 
36 
11 
SCCS 460 InternalFortran 77D and Fortran 90D ectQuarterly Report Jan 1,1992 to Mar 31, 1992 
13 
12 
SCCS 461 InternalQuarterly Report for ASAS JanuaryMarch '92 
48 
13 
SCCS 462 InternalApplications of HPCC to GIS Based Models for Identification, Tracking and Control of Environmental Pollution 
30 
14 
SCCS 463 InternalProposal for CAPSNPAC Collaboration 
7 
15 
SCCS 464a InternalVirtual Machine Progress Report 
6 
16 
SCCS 464b InternalA High speed Communication Protocol for Parallel and Distributed Computing 
31 
17 
SCCS 464c InternalHHPC Software Development EnvironmentA Model 
11 
18 
SCCS 464d InternalTrends Toward Virtual Computing Environment 
24 
19 
SCCS 464e InternalDynamic Thresholds in Process Allocation 
12 
20 
SCCS 464f InternalA Virtual Machine Programming Model for High Performance Computing 
4 
21 
SCCS 464g InternalBenchmarking Parallel Distributed Software Engineering Process 
16 
22 
SCCS 465 InternalApplications and Enabling Technology for NYNET Upstate Corridor 
29 
23 
SCCS 466 InternalNYNET Upstate Project Meeting 
106 
24 
SCCS 467An Interactive Remote Visualization Environment for an Electromagnetic Scattering Simulation on a High Performance Computing System 
14 
25 
SCCS 468Journal of Undergraduate Research in High Performance Computing 
109 
26 
SCCS 469 InternalCRPC Research Symposium and Annual Meeting 
364 
27 
SCCS 470Multidimensional NMR and Data Processing 
35 
28 
SCCS 471 InternalProposalsHigh Performance Computing and Communication for Cost Effective Health Care Technologies 
6 
29 
SCCS 472MenusPGGMapping Environment for Numerical Unstructured and StructuredParallel Grid Generation 
9 
30 
SCCS 473Exploring AVS for HPDC Software IntegrationCase Studies Towards Parallel Support for GIS 
9 
31 
SCCS 474Graph Contraction for Physical Optimization MethodsA QualityCost Tradeoff for Mapping Data on Parallel Computers 
11 
32 
SCCS 477A Collection of Graph Partitioning Algorithms 
40 
33 
SCCS 478The MIMD Volume Distributor for Multigrid Methods 
19 
34 
SCCS 479An Interpretive Framework for Application Performance Prediction 
45 
35 
SCCS 480 InternalQuarterly Report for ASAS JanuaryMarch '93 
75 
36 
SCCS 481Optimization of a Dynamic Random Surface Code for RISC Processors 
30 
37 
SCCS 482MovieScript (Chris Faigle) 
8 
38 
SCCS 483 InternalFortran 77D and Fortran 90D ectQuarterly Report January 1 1993 to March 31 1992 
9 
39 
SCCS 484 InternalPhase,Grant ApplicationTools for Teaching NIH Grand Challenges in Grades K12 
22 
40 
SCCS 486Critical and Topological Properties of Cluster Boundaries in the 3d Ising Model 
9 
41 
SCCS 487Issues in Software Support for Parallel IO (Rajesh R. BordawekarMaster's Thesis) 
126 
42 
SCCS 489Performance Evaluation of the ORACLE Parallel Server v6.2 on nCUBE2 
38 
43 
SCCS 490Parallel Software Benchmarks for High Performance BMC3IS Systems 
91 
44 
SCCS 492Implementing ARPS with FortranD 
16 
45 
SCCS 494 InternalWorking Group on Parallel Programming Paradigms 
29 
46 
SCCS 495 InternalNortheast Parallel Architectures Center 
225 
47 
SCCS 496Parallel Implementation of BDD Algorithms using a Distributed Shared Memory 
32 
48 
SCCS 497 InternalProposr Development and Implementation of Computational Electromagnetics Techniques on Massively Parallel Computing Architectures 
79 
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SCCS 499A Compilation Approach for Fortran 90DHPF Compilers on Distributed Memory MIMD Computers 
26 
50 
SCCS 500Proposals for Projects in the 1993 Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program in High Performance Computing 
59 
51 
SCCS 501On Benchmarking the ORACLE Parallel Server on nCUBE2 
4 
52 
SCCS 502Hypercube Algorithms for Operations on Quadtrees 
9 
53 
SCCS 503Modeling Availability of Parallel Computers 
3 
54 
SCCS 504Parallel Query Processing with ORACLE v6.2 on nCUBE2 
15 
55 
SCCS 505Complete Exchange on a Wormhole Routed Mesh 
27 
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SCCS 506ProposalINFOMALLA Virtual Organization for the Development of HPCC Software and Systems 
43 
57 
SCCS 508 InternalExtended Statement of Work for the Parallel Database Support Project 
9 
58 
SCCS 510aCustomized Interactive Parallelization of Fortran 77 Programs 
19 
59 
SCCS 511Fluid Random Surfaces with Extrinsic Curvature II 
7 
60 
SCCSI 465aApplications and Enabling Technology for NYNET Upstate Corridor (Interim Report) 
6 
61 
SCCSI 465bApplications and Enabling Technology for NYNET Upstate Corridor (Contract ect) 
7 
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SCCSI 465cApplications and Enabling Technology for NYNET Upstate Corridor (Interim Report) 
4 
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SCCSI 493Fortran 77D and Fortran90D ectQuarterly Report January 1,1993 to March 31, 1992 
9 
64 
SCCSI 507 InternalProposal to NASA Headquarters Hypersonics Research Division 
61 
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SCCSI 510ACTIONNYSQuarterly Report 3193 to 53193 
22 
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SCCSI 511bFortran 77D and Fortran 90D ectQuarterly Report April 1 1993 to June 31 1993 
38 
67 
SCCSI 511cFortran 77D and Fortran 90D ectQuarterly Report July 1 1993 to September 31 1993 
76 
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SCCSI 511dFortran 77D and Fortran 90D ectQuarterly Report October 1 1993 to December 31 1993 
11 
69 
SCCSI 511eFortran 77D and Fortran 90D ectQuarterly Report January 1 1994 to March 31 1994 
19 
70 
SCCSI 512ProposalApplications of HPCC to GIS Based Models for Identification, Tracking and Control of Environmental Pollution 
107 
71 
SCCSI 513aHigh Performance FortranFortran 90D Project Overview June 1993 
6 
72 
SCCSI 513bFortran 90DHPF Compiler for Distributed Memory MIMD ComputersDesign,Implementation, and Performance Results 
28 
73 
SCCSI 513cA Compilation Approach for Fortran 90DHPF Compilers on Distributed Memory MIMD Computers 
26 
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SCCSI 513dDraftImplementation and Scalability of Fortran 90D Intrinsic Functions on Distributed Memory Machines 
78 
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SCCSI 513eFortran 90D User Guide 
20 
76 
SCCST 451 Prospects for a Common Portable Run Time System for HPC Systems 
13 
77 
SCCST 457The Virtual Machine Concept 
12 
78 
SCCST 473bExploring AVS for HPDC Software IntegrationCase Studies Towards Parallel Support for GIS 
26 
79 
SCCST 508Taxonomy of Parallel Architectures and Algorithms 
196 
80 
SCCST 509AVS Overview 
21 
81 
SCCST 510INFOMALL (June 25 1993) 
9 
82 
SCCST 511Optimization of a Dynamic Random Surface Code for RISC Processors 
17 
83 
SCCST 512Introduction to GRASS 4.1 
146 
84 
SCCST 512Northeast Parallel Architectures Center Computational Facility 
11 
85 
SCCST 513High Performance IO for Parallel ComputersProblems and Prospects 
33 
86 
SCCST 513RUNTIME Group Foils 
16 



Box 23 
Caltech C3P or HM 56.1  56.108 Presentations 

1 
55.00  New York Times  11684 Parallel Computer articles 
8 
2 
56.00  A General Control Process for Scientific Applications on the Hypercube 
25 
3 
56.01  Concurrent Computer Project Seminar  Seitz  5 Oct 83 
22 
4 
56.02  What Is Concurrent Processing  Fox 12 Oct 83 
74 
5 
56.03  Finite Difference Solutions of the Acoustic and Elastic Wave Equations  Nov 2, 83 
28 
6 
56.04  Geodynamics  Hager Nov 9, 83 
41 
7 
56.05  Astrophysical Numerical Problems and Concurrent Processing  Meier Nov 16, 83 
19 
8 
56.06  Applications of the Caltech Concurrent Processors to Problems in Quantum Chemical Dynamics  Kupperman Nov 30, 83 
27 
9 
56.07  Image Processing Operations  Solomon Dec 7, 83 
27 
10 
56.08  The Large Scale Structure of the Universe, FFTs and the Hypercube  Solomon Jan 1, 84 
19 
11 
56.09  Lattice Guage Theories on the Homogeneous Machine  Stolorz 12584 
17 
12 
56.10  Problem Decomposition in Structural Dynamics  Salama 2584 
14 
13 
56.100  Plasma Physics Computations on the Mark III Hypercube 
61 
14 
56.101  Abstract of Seminar on NYU Ultracomputer 52787 
18 
15 
56.102  Abstractions for RunTime Partitioning of Scientific Continuum Calc's Running on Multiprocessors 
32 
16 
56.103  Branch and Bound Algorithms on a Hypercube 
28 
17 
56.104  SEECUBE  Interactive Graphics for Displaying Parallel Computation 
19 
18 
56.105  PILF  Parallel Irregular Free Language 
25 
19 
56.106  Research Issues in 1000Processor Linear Algebra Algorithms 
34 
20 
56.107  Early Experiences with the ETA Supercomputer 
42 
21 
56.108  CIPE (Concurrent Image Processing Executive) on Mark III Hypercube 
22 
22 
56.11  Musical Applications of Concurrent Processing 
22 
23 
56.14  Matrix Operations  I 
26 
24 
56.15  Sparse Matrices 
16 
25 
56.17  Melting in Two Dimensions 
12 
26 
56.18  Sand  The Dynamics of Granular Mechanics 
67 
27 
56.19  Sorting 
14 
28 
56.20  The Traveling Salesman Problem 
20 
29 
56.21  Toward a General Purpose Program for the Intermediate Host 
13 
30 
56.22  Finite Elements and Iterative Equations Solving on the Hypercube 
14 
31 
56.23  Matrix Operations  I 
26 
32 
56.24  Banded Matrix Operations on the Concurrent Processor 
23 
33 
56.25  Simulations of Galaxy Formation 
18 
34 
56.26  Monte Carlo Calculations with Infinite Range Forces on the NNCP 
36 
35 
56.34  Introduction to Multigrid Methods 
17 
36 
56.35  Mark III Hardware Adgenda 
22 
37 
56.36  Introduction to Multigrid Methods II 
33 
38 
56.37  Intel 310286 Intermediate Host Hardware and Software 
16 
39 
56.40  Time Warp Operating System Overview 
7 
40 
56.41  MAX  A Multicomputer Architecture for General Purpose Space Applications 
54 
41 
56.42  Hyperchess 
14 
42 
56.43  Caltech Hypercube in Loop Topology 
10 
43 
56.44  Tokomak 
19 
44 
56.45  The FPU Problem and the Renormalization Group 
29 
45 
56.46  Finite Element Method Background  The System Matrix 
17 
46 
56.47  Computer Graphics  Ray Tracing and the Hypercube 
19 
47 
56.48  Parallel Logic Programming  Stephen Taylor 
30 
48 
56.49  The Nuclear Matter Equation of State 
22 
49 
56.50  A General FORTRAN to C Translator 
11 
50 
56.51  Quark Propogator in the LAttice Schwinger model with Wilson (pseudo)fermions 
22 
51 
56.52  Improvments to the Mark III Node 
32 
52 
56.53  Recognizing Letters on the Hypercube 
22 
53 
56.54  CUBIX  An IO Subroutine Library for the Hypercube 
23 
54 
56.55  Intel iPSC 
28 
55 
56.56  Simulated Annealing and Satisfiability 
18 
56 
56.57  Turbulence Research by Numerical Simulation 
45 
57 
56.59  Mercury Operating System 
33 
58 
56.60  Los Alamos Multitasking Research and Monte Carlo Applications 
33 
59 
56.61  Modeling the L=1 Oscillation in the Center of Our Galaxy 
17 
60 
56.63  Geodynamics Simulations on the Hypercube  Progess and Plans 
25 
61 
56.64  Plasma Simulation  New Techniques and Examples 
24 
62 
56.65  Simultaneous Iteration A;lgorithm for Extracting the Eigenpairs of Generqal Eigenvalue Problems 
29 
63 
56.66  Adaptive Methods for Partial Differential Equations on Parallel Processors 
41 
64 
56.67  Elastic Wave Simulation on the Hypercube 
30 
65 
56.68  Computing on the Mark III Hypercube 
30 
66 
56.69  Programming Computer Vision on the Hypercube 
27 
67 
56.70  Irregular Regions and Multigrid Methods on the Hypercube 
35 
68 
56.71  Heuristic Search Algorithms for Dynamic Path Finding on a Hypercube 
35 
69 
56.72  Applications of Parallel Architecture Computers to Problems in Computational Fluid Dynamics 
39 
70 
56.73  Neural Network Modeling on the Hypercube Concurrent Processor 
15 
71 
56.74  Lattice Guage Theory on the Hypercube 
37 
72 
56.75  Interactive Graphics and Animation as a Tool for Scientific Analysis 
31 
73 
56.76  Chess on the Hypercube 
42 
74 
56.77  Designing a Dynamic Load Balancer for the Hypercube 
21 
75 
56.78  Chaotic Iteration Schemes on the Intel Hypercube 
45 
76 
56.79  Tutorial on Parallel Logic Programming 
33 
77 
56.80  Concurrent Viterbi Algorithm on the Hypercube 
34 
78 
56.81  Topics in Optimization 
26 
79 
56.82  Algorithm for Computational Fluid Dynamics on Hypercube 
45 
80 
56.83  SPICE Circuit Simulator on the Hypercube 
45 
81 
56.84  Exact Algorithms for Including Fermions in Lattice Guage Simulations 
22 
82 
56.85  Automatic Creation of Object Heirarchies for Ray Tracing 
30 
83 
56.86  QCD in a Box as a Quantum Mechanics Problem 
113 
84 
56.87  Neural Networks and the Hypercube 
40 
85 
56.88  Matrix Inversion on the Hypercube 
23 
86 
56.89  Not Another Talk about Latticer Guage Theory 
35 
87 
56.90  A Vectorized 'Near Neighbors' Algorithm of Order N Using a Monotonic Logical Grid 
55 
88 
56.91  An Implementation of the 2D, FluxCorrected Transport Algorithm 
13 
89 
56.92  Distributed Artificial Intellegence 
10 
90 
56.93  Issues in Load Balancing 
66 
91 
56.94  Plasma Particle Simulations on Parallel Computers 
33 
92 
56.95  Finite Baryon Density in Lattice Guage Theory 
28 
93 
56.96  Solving the Symetric Tridiagonal Eigenvalue Problem on the Hypercube 
23 
94 
56.97  Parallel Algorithms for VLSI Design Automation on Hypercube Multiprocessors 
31 
95 
56.98  Parallel Processing on Shared Memory Supercomputers 
31 
96 
56.99  Domain Decomposition Algorithms and Their Parallel Implementations 
28 



Box 24 
Caltech Presentations III 

1 
Gorden MooreIntel 
26 
2 
Talk 20 (C3P View of Parrallel) 
85 
3 
Talk 22 (HCube3) 
39 
4 
Talk 23 (DFT) 
15 
5 
Talk 2425 (C3P States) 
37 
6 
Talk 28 (Transparencies USC Dec 7 1988) 
65 
7 
Talk 28 (USC Dec 7 1988) 
82 
8 
Talk 26 Complex Systems (ACTUALLY COLOR!) 
9 






Box 25 
Syracuse University NPAC Oddments 

1 
Advanced Computing Systems 
137 
2 
MADIC May 1993 
254 
3 
Movie M Reference Manual 
311 
4 
Overview of InfoMall Projects 
656 
5 
Questions 106MOVIE The System Overview 
373 
6 
SCCS 1000 Web Technologies and the Potential for Innovation in Distance Education 
14 
7 
SCCS 169b Journal of Undergraduate Research in Computational Pyhsics and Computer Science Volume 1 
133 
8 
Technology Reinvestment Project Briefings April 1993 
357 




BATCH1 COLOR 

Box 1 


1 
Fox Dot Talk BDMS and NNCP November 1981 
30 
2 
Fox E110 Summary Talk Doc 1982 
12 
3 
Fox E260 Talk 
42 
4 
Fox E350 Summary Talk Doc 1982 
8 
5 
Fox Hadron Scattering and QCD Oddments 
14 
6 
Fox Hypercube Talk Physics Orientation 
24 
7 
Fox Physics Budget 1980 
4 
8 
Fox Talk Event Shapes near the Z 
6 
9 
High Transverse Momentum 
28 
10 
High Tranverse Momentum Scattering Set SP 
21 
11 
QC'd Fox Talk perhaps at Coral Gables 
38 
12 
Untangling Jets Talk By Fox 
51 

Box 24 

1 
Talk 26 Complex Systems (ALSO IN BITONAL) 
