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A Scientist and a Supercomputer Re-create a Tornado

UW-Madison News, Eric Verbeten, March 13, 2017

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are using supercomputer simulations to study the structure of tornado-producing supercell thunderstorms. The researchers say they can create in-depth visualizations of supercells and discern how they form and ultimately spawn tornadoes. 109 more words

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Merging DataFrames Columns for Apache Spark in Python without a Key Column

At the Databricks Q&A site, looked at how to take DataFrames of identical length in rows andperform merge on columns into one DataFrame without an existing key. 201 more words

The Journey to Hadoop

Intel co-founder Gordon Moore in 1965 noticed that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits had doubled every year since their invention. This was later know as the “ 762 more words

Data Science

Introduction To Parallel Computing!

Student Y keeps asking all the “why” questions and answers to these by our very own Prof X will probably help you solve your doubts and clarify your concepts! 977 more words

High Performance Computing


Chapel is an open source programming language designed  for productive parallel computing on large scale systems. It’s development is being led by Cray Inc.

Chapel is designed to run on high-end super computers, but also, due to its portability, runs on mulitcore desktops and laptops, clusters, and the cloud. 166 more words

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Parallelized Strassen's & Divide and Conquer for Matrix Multiplication

Problem Statement: To get the product of two matrices having elements of the datatype float, using both Strassen’s algorithm as well as the Divide and Conquer algorithm.  375 more words

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Static vs Dynamic Scheduling (OpenMP)

Solving problems from Project Euler is a great way to experiment with code. While solving problem 49 (https://projecteuler.net/problem=49) I decided to speed it up by parallelizing it. 213 more words

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