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Recent growth in the scale and variety of Earth science data has provided unprecedented opportunities to big data analytics research for understanding the Earth's physical processes. An upsurge of Earth science datasets in the past few decades are being continually collected using various modes...
Exploiting the recently introduced very-wide vector units of the Xeon Phi coprocessor can potentially increase the scalability for scientific applications. Using lattice QCD compute kernels, the authors find that the performance achieved using the Xeon Phi coprocessors wide vector units is...
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One of the most daunting challenges confronting computational biologists is a problem that simulation developers in all disciplines face: the design of simulation code that can be easily understood and modified despite the complexity of the systems being modeled. To meet this challenge, the...
Resilience to nonstationarity and deep uncertainty is a prerequisite to water security. Stakeholder planning horizons typically extend to about 30 years in water quantity or quality management, flood or drought hazard resilience, or the water-energy-food-ecosystems nexus. Projections of...
This guest editors' introduction to the special issue on computing and climate can be viewed as a call to action for the broader computer science community to get involved in this very exciting area of societal importance. Although the issue focuses primarily on data-driven opportunities for...
Climate models represent a large variety of processes on different time and space scalesâa canonical example of multiphysics, multiscale modeling. In addition, the system is physically characterized by sensitive dependence on initial conditions and natural stochastic variability, with very long...
When we have an integer sequence that can be realized as the degree sequence of some graph, we say that the sequence is graphic. While almost any graph theory book describes how a sequence can be tested to see if it's graphic, surprisingly (because this testing has common applications), very...
EIC George K. Thiruvathukal describes how the cloud can revolutionize printing and how the publishing world in particular can benefit.
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