Cray Channels - Vol 9 No 4 - Winter 1988

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Multitasking the ECMVVF weather forecasting model
David Dent and Rex Gibson, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, Reading, Berkshire, England
Multiple processors prove their worth in accurate and timely forecasting.

Supercomputing at the National Center for Atmospheric Research Scanning the oceans, winds, and skies with Cray systems
Computer models probe the puzzles of nature.

Computational forecasting
The expanding role of supercomputing in Canada
Iain B. Findleton, Canadian Meteorological Center, Dorval, Quebec CMC's Cray system supports a range of environmental research projects.

Supercomputer design for Stars & Stripes
Charles W. Boppe and Bruce 5. Rosen, Engineering Design & Analysis Consultants, Smithtown, New York
Cray systems and computational fluid dynamics provide a decisive winning edge.

Comparing tridiagonal solvers on the CRAY X-MP/416 system
Phuong Vu and Chao Yang, Cray Research, Inc.
Analysis of codes reveals high-performance tridiagonal methods.

Publication Date : October 1988

Creator : Cray Research, Inc.

Physical Description : Magazine

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4251. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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