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Overview of the QCDSP and QCDOC computers

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Boyle, Peter A. ; Chen, Dong ; Christ, Norman H. ; Clark, Michael A. ; Cohen, Saul D. ; Cristian, Calin ; Dong, Zhihua ; Gara, Alan ; Joo, Balint ; Jung, Chulwoo ; Kim, Changhoan ; Levkova, Ludmila A. ; Liao, Xiaodong ; Liu, Guofeng ; Mawhinney, Robert D. ; Ohta, Shigemi ; Petrov, Konstantin ; Wettig, Tilo ; Yamaguchi, Azusa
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The QCDSP and QCDOC computers are two generations of multithousand-node multidimensional mesh-based computers designed to study quantum chromodynamics (QCD), the theory of the strong nuclear force. QCDSP (QCD on digital signal processors), a four-dimensional mesh machine, was completed in 1998; in that year, it won the Gordon Bell Prize in the price/performance category. Two large ...


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