By Berni J. Alder
Describes pcs designed and equipped for fixing particular clinical proble evaluating those desktops to common function pcs in either pace and cos desktops defined contain: hypercube, the QCD computer, Navier-Stokes hydrodynamic solvers, classical molecular dynamic machines, Ising version c
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Walker, Prentice Hall, March 1988. 3 C />-292 "A Preprocessor for Irregular Finite Element Problems," CALT-68-1405, J. W. Flower, S. W. Otto, M. C. Salama, June 1986. 3 C P-398 "Multiple-Target Track Initiation on a Hypercube," T. D. Gottschalk, January 1987. Presented as the Second International Conference on Supercomputing. , St. Petersburg, Florida, 1987. 3 C P-383 "Chess on the Hypercube," E. Feiten, R. Morison, S. Otto, K. Barish, R. Fatland, F. Ho, November 1986. Published in 1986 Knoxville Conference, edited by M.
M. Bower, M. E. Nelson, M. A. Wilson, G. C. Fox, W. Furmanski, February 1987. 3 C P-405 "Hypercube Communication for Neural Network Algorithms," G. C. Fox, W. Furmanski, February 1987. 3 C P-255 "Concurrent Computation and Theory of Complex Systems," G. C. Fox, S. W. Otto, March 3, 1986. Published in proceedings of 1985 Hypercube Conference in Knoxville, August 1985, edited by M. T. Heath, SI AM, 1986. 3 C P-374 "SURFcube: The Development of a Small Hypercube for Personal Computers," M. Breaden, D.
D . theses, o n e by J o n Flower in lattice gauge theory  a n d o n e by Brad Werner in granular physics or in particular a study of the T h e Hypercube 31 wind-driven m o t i o n of sand . In b o t h cases, the hypercube was the major c o m p u t a t i o n a l tool a n d produced world-class results, even considering the competition of m a n y large C R A Y calculations in lattice gauge theory. W e probably used the hypercubes for an integrated total of three years on the lattice calculations, a n d the result of s o m e 2000 h o u r s on the 128-node M a r k II is shown in Figure 10, which improves o n the original Cosmic C u b e calculation reported in  a n d .
Special Purpose Computers by Berni J. Alder