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  • Hayashi, Soichi; Gopu, Arvind; Kotulla, Ralf; Young, Michael D. (2016-08-08)
  • Young, Michael D.; Hayashi, Soichi; Gopu, Arvind (2016-08-08)
  • Gopu, Arvind; Hayashi, Soichi; Young, Michael D.; Kotulla, Ralf; Henschel, Robert; Harbeck, Daniel (2016-08-08)
  • Boyles, Michael; Gniady, Tassie; Wernert, Eric; Eller, Chris; Reagan, David; Rogers, Jeff (2016-06-29)
    Tiled video walls are engaging, useful, and pervasive in our everyday environment. They can be especially attractive to higher education institutions looking to spur innovation in teaching, research, and collaboration. ...
  • Quick, Rob E.; Meroueh, Samy; Hayashi, Soichi; Mats, Rynge; Teige, Scott; Xu, David; Wang, Bo (2015-03-15)
    The Structural Protein-Ligand Interactome (SPLINTER) project predicts the interaction of thousands of small molecules with thousands of proteins. These interactions are predicted using the three-dimensional structure of ...
  • Wagner, Michael; Fulton, Ben; Henschel, Robert (Springer, 2015-09)
    Utilizing the enormous computing resources of high performance computing systems is anything but a trivial task. Performance analysis tools are designed to assist developers in this challenging task by helping to understand ...
  • Gniady, Tassie (Iter and the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2014)
    This essay explores the ways in which one portion of the ballads, those having to do with Love Pleasant (a category Pepys created and which was the largest in his collection), deal with the notion of love as typified in ...
  • Knepper, Richard; Link, Matthew R.; Standish, Matthew (2015)
    We introduce the Forward Observer system, which is designed to provide data assurance in field data acquisition while receiving significant amounts (several terabytes per flight) of Synthetic Aperture Radar data during ...
  • Frend, Chauncey; Boyles, Michael J.
    This paper describes an environmental feedback device (EFD) control system aimed at simplifying the VR development cycle. Programmable Immersive Peripheral Environmental System (PIPES) affords VR developers a custom ...
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Knepper, Richard D.; Link, Matthew R.; Pierce, Marlon; Wernert, Eric A.; Wilkins-Diehr, Nancy (IGI Global, 2014-07)
    Computers accelerate our ability to achieve scientific breakthroughs. As technology evolves and new research needs come to light, the role for cyberinfrastructure as “knowledge” infrastructure continues to expand. ...
  • Kallback-Rose, Kristy; Antolovic, Danko; Ping, Robert; Seiffert, Kurt; Stewart, Craig A.; Miller, Therese (ACM, 7/16/2012)
    The Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute has engaged for several years in K-12 Education, Outreach and Training (EOT) events related to technology in general and computing in particular. In each event we strive ...
  • Husk, Malinda J. (ACM, 2012)
    Universities are always looking for ways to economize, both because of rising costs and because of growing awareness of ecological issues. Printing is a common target. Indiana University’s Pervasive Technology Institute ...
  • McCaulay, D. Scott; Link, Matt R. (ACM, 2006)
    Many faculty members at small to mid-size colleges and universities do important, high quality research that requires significant storage. In many cases, such storage requirements are difficult to meet with local resources; ...
  • Erickson, Brandon M.S.; Singh, Raminderjeet; Evrard, August E.; Becker, Matthew R.; Busha, Michael T.; Kravtsov, Andrey V.; Marru, Suresh; Pierce, Marlon; Wechsler, Risa H. (ACM, 2012)
    The next generation of wide-area sky surveys offer the power to place extremely precise constraints on cosmological parameters and to test the source of cosmic acceleration. These observational programs will employ multiple ...
  • Brookes, Emre; Singh, Raminderjeet; Pierce, Marlon; Marru, Suresh; Demeler, Borries; Rocco, Mattia (ACM, 2012)
    UltraScan Solution Modeler (US-SOMO) processes atomic and lower-resolution bead model representations of biological and other macromolecules to compute various hydrodynamic parameters, such as the sedimentation and diffusion ...
  • Kluge, Michael; Simms, Stephen; William, Thomas; Henschel, Robert; Georgi, Andy; Meyer, Christian; Mueller, Matthias S.; Stewart, Craig A.; Wünsch, Wolfgang; Nagel, Wolfgang E. (Elsevier, 2013-01)
    Digital instruments and simulations are creating an ever-increasing amount of data. The need for institutions to acquire these data and transfer them for analysis, visualization, and archiving is growing as well. In parallel, ...
  • Catlett, Charlie; Allcock, William E.; Andrews, Phil; Aydt, Ruth; Bair, Ray; Balac, Natasha; Banister, Bryan; Barker, Trish; Bartelt, Mark; Beckman, Pete; Berman, Francine; Bertoline, Gary; Blatecky, Alan; Boisseau, Jay; Bottum, Jim; Brunett, Sharon; Bunn, Julian; Butler, Michelle; Carver, David; Cobb, John; Cockerill, Tim; Couvares, Peter F.; Dahan, Maytal; Diehl, Diana; Dunning, Thom; Foster, Ian; Gaither, Kelly; Gannon, Dennis; Goasguen, Sebastien; Grobe, Michael; Hart, Dave; Heinzel, Matt; Hempel, Chris; Huntoon, Wendy; Insley, Joseph; Jordan, Christopher; Judson, Ivan; Kamrath, Anke; Karonis, Nicholas; Kesselman, Carl; Kovatch, Patricia; Lane, Lex; Lathrop, Scott; Levine, Michael; Lifka, David; Liming, Lee; Livny, Miron; Loft, Rich; Marcusiu, Doru; Marsteller, Jim; Martin, Stuart; McCaulay, D. Scott; McGee, John; McGinnis, Laura; McRobbie, Michael; Messina, Paul; Moore, Reagan; Moore, Richard; Navarro, J.P.; Nichols, Jeff; Papka, Michael E.; Pennington, Rob; Pike, Greg; Pool, Jim; Reddy, Raghu; Reed, Dan; Rimovsky, Tony; Roberts, Eric; Roskies, Ralph; Sanielevici, Sergiu; Scott, J. Ray; Shankar, Anurag; Sheddon, Mark; Showerman, Mike; Simmel, Derek; Singer, Abe; Skow, Dane; Smallen, Shava; Smith, Warren; Song, Carol; Stevens, Rick; Stewart, Craig A.; Stock, Robert B.; Stone, Nathan; Towns, John; Urban, Tomislav; Vildibill, Mike; Walker, Edward; Welch, Von; Wilkins-Diehr, Nancy; Williams, Roy; Winkler, Linda; Zhao, Lan; Zimmerman, Ann (IOS Press, 2008)
    TeraGrid is a national-scale computational science facility supported through a partnership among thirteen institutions, with funding from the US Na- tional Science Foundation [1]. Initially created through a Major Research ...
  • Simms, Stephen C.; Pike, Gregory G.; Balog, Douglas (2007-06)
    Today’s scientific applications demand computational resources that can be provided only by parallel clusters of computers. Storage subsystems have responded to the increased demand for high-throughput disk access by moving ...
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Tan, Tin Wee; Buckhorn, Markus; Hart, David; Berry, Donald K.; Zhang, Louxin; Wernert, Eric; Sakharkar, Meena; Fischer, Will; McMullen, Donald F. (11/10/1999)
    The global high performance computing community has seen two overarching changes in the past five years. One of these changes was the consolidation toward SMP clusters as the predominant HPC system architecture. The other ...

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