Data efficiency blooms with the ROSE Framework.
This SC14 Test of Time-winning research from the mid-1990s made big computational models amenable to parallel processing.
A Colorado School of Mines professor’s mathematical methods probe inputs to cut problem size and ease computation.
Researchers seek new ways to help supercomputers bounce back.
An Oak Ridge National Laboratory team builds a new way to follow the bouncing neutrons.
Energy-materials research provides a test for the big-data flood.
Researchers are modernizing old simulation codes for a new era of scientific computing.
At exascale, being oblivious to a fault keeps apps running.
Research is shaping exascale computing to go easy on the juice.
Exascale computing architects use proxy apps to mimic big codes.