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Title:High-Performance Computing Use Cases, version 1.1
Author(s):Sanielevici, Sergiu; Fahey, Mark; Hossain, Altaf
Contributor(s):Liming, R. Lee
use cases
high-performance computing
Abstract:These use cases describe the most common ways in which researchers use high-performance computing (HPC) resources. Each HPC resource is designed, constructed, and operated by a service provider (SP) organization, such as the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) or University of Michigan. An HPC resource may contribute services to one or more public research computing communities, such as XSEDE or Open Science Grid (OSG). These use cases focus on the experiences researchers in a given community have with the HPC resources in that community. Using an HPC resource is most often part of a larger research process, so these use cases also mention the community’s website and documentation, registration and account management services, allocation services, and tools to help move code and data into and out of individual HPC resources.
Issue Date:2019-08-08
Series/Report:High-Performance Computing Use Cases, v1.1
Genre:Technical Report
Working / Discussion Paper
Sponsor:National Science Foundation OCI-1053575
Date Available in IDEALS:2019-08-09

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