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By Frank R. Bailey, F Avail Ntls, Space Adminlstratlon and Dr. F. Ron Bailey

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NASA's Numerical Aerodynamic Simulation (NASI Program has completed development of the initial operating configuration of the NAS Processing System Network (NPSN). This is the first milestone in the continuing and pathfinding effort to provide state-of-the-art supercomputing for aeronautics research and development. The NPSN, available to a nation-wide community of remote users, provides a uniform UNIX 1 environment over a network of host computers ranging from the new Cray-2 supercomputer to advanced scientific workstations. This system, coupled with a vendor-independent base of common user interface and network software, presents a new paradigm for supercomputing environments. Presented here is the background leading to the NAS Program, its programmatic goals and strategies, technical goals and objectives, and the development activ-ities leading to the current NPSN configuration. Program status, near-term plans and plans for the next major milestone, the extended operating configura-tion, are also discussed

Year: 1986
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