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Argonne National Laboratory Reports

By Larry Rudsinski and Gail W. Pieper


Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) is engaged in a project to determine the impact of advanced scientific computers on Argonne's computing workload. The CRAY-1 was chosen to begin our investigation because it was the only machine currently available that qualifies as an advanced scientific computer, or Class VI (one capable of executing 20 to 60 million floating point operations per second)

Topics: Computers., Nuclear reactors -- Computer programs.
Publisher: Argonne National Laboratory
Year: 1979
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Provided by: UNT Digital Library
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