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New geoscience study findings reported from University of Neuchatel
September 2nd, 2010
"The size of simulation grids used for numerical models has increased by many orders of magnitude in the past years, and this trend is likely to continue. Efficient pixel-based geostatistical simulation algorithms have been developed, but for very large grids and complex spatial models, the computational burden remains heavy," scientists writing in the journal Computers & Geosciences report.
"As cluster computers become widely available, using parallel strategies is a natural step for increasing the usable grid size and the complexity of the models. These strategies must profit from of the possibilities offered by machines with a large number of processors. On such...
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Source: VerticalNews Computers (2010-09-02)