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Interactive Supercomputing at the University of Minnesota
Paul Woodward, David Porter, and Brian Ropers-Huilman view and discuss the Powerwall display of a PPM shear layer instability simulation that is running interactively on the SGI system of the Minnesota Supercomputer Institue. The Powerwall’s interactive visualization system was built with support from an NSF MRI grant and is being augmented with a dedicated interactive super¬computing system based upon IBM Cell and Intel multicore technology under an NSF CRI award. This work has built upon early experimentation with inter¬active use of the Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center’s Cray XT-3 in 2005 and 2006. The new National LambdaRail connectivity to Minnesota will enable the interactive supercomputing technology being developed in this project to extend to the very much more powerful new systems of the NSF TeraGrid.
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