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Title: An Assessment of a Beowulf System for a Wide Class of Analysis and Design Software
Authors: Katz, D. S.
Cwik, T.
Kwan, B. H.
Lou, J. Z.
Springer, P. L.
Sterling, T. L.
Wang, P.
Issue Date: 15-Oct-1997
Citation: Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
Abstract: A typical Beowulf system, such as the machine at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), may comprise 16 nodes interconnected by 100 base T Fast Ethernet. Each node may include a single Inter Pentium Pro 200 MHz microprocessor, 128 MBytes of DRAM, 2.5 GBytes of IDE disk, and PCI bus backplane, and an assortment of other devices.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/22266
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