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Paper ID: 417

Numerical Relativity in a Distributed Environment
Benger,W. Foster,I. Novotny,J. Seidel,E. Shalf,J. Smith,W. Walker,P.

Appeared in: Ninth SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, April 1999.
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Year: 1999
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Field of Science: Physics

URL: http://www.globus.org/documentation/incoming/bengerw.pdf

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Abstract: This paper examines the practicality and rewards of running simulations, based on a Cactus framework, to solve problems in general relativity. These simulations are run on geographically distributed resources working together in a grid environment.

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