Bits of corruption

July 14th, 2015
The Q supercomputer at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Q was once the world's second-fastest supercomputer – and an early test subject for silent data corruption.

Los Alamos’ extensive study of HPC platforms finds silent data corruption in scientific computing – but not much.

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Sneak kaboom

April 30th, 2015
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At Argonne, research teams turn to supercomputing to study a phenomenon that can trigger surprisingly powerful explosions.

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Slippery subject

February 11th, 2015
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University of Texas researchers are out to improve computational models of ice sheets by refining estimates of basal friction: how much rocks and earth slow the sheet’s movement.

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