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The microbial mats of Guerrero Negro (GN), Baja California Sur, Mexico historically were considered a simple environment, dominated by cyanobacteria and sulfate-reducing bacteria. Culture-independent rRNA community profiling instead revealed these microbial mats as among the most phylogenetically diverse environments known. A preliminary molecular survey of… (More)

We develop a fast direct solver for parallel solution of \coarse grid" problems, Ax = b, such as arise when domain decomposition or multigrid methods are applied to elliptic partial diierential equations in d space dimensions. The approach is based upon a (quasi-) sparse factorization of the inverse of A. If the dimension of the system is n and the number… (More)

We describe the development and implementation of an efficient spectral element code for multimillion gridpoint simulations of incompressible flows in general two-and three-dimensional domains. Key to this effort has been the development of scalable solvers for elliptic problems and a stabilization scheme that admits full use of the method's high-order… (More)

- Alan C. Calder, Bruce C. Curtis, L. J. Dursi, Bruce Fryxell, Greg Henry, Peter MacNeice +7 others
- SC
- 2000

We present simulations and performance results of nuclear burning fronts in supernovae on the largest domain and at the finest spatial resolution studied to date. These simulations were performed on the Intel ASCI-Red machine at Sandia National Laboratories using FLASH, a code developed at the Center for Astrophysical Thermonuclear Flashes at the University… (More)

—This paper examines the economics of cloud computing charging from the perspective of a supercomputing resource provider offering its own resources. To evaluate the competitiveness of our computing center with cloud computing resources, we develop a comprehensive system utilization charging model similar to that used by Amazon EC2 and apply the model to… (More)

- John M. Dennis, Aimé Fournier, William F. Spotz, Amik St.-Cyr, Mark A. Taylor, Stephen J. Thomas +1 other
- IJHPCA
- 2005

We first demonstrate the parallel performance of the dynamical core of a spectral element atmospheric model. The model uses continuous Galerkin spectral elements to discretize the surface of the Earth, coupled with finite differences in the radial direction. Results are presented from two distributed memory, mesh interconnect supercom-puters (ASCI Red and… (More)

To better understand the vortex dynamics of coherent structures in turbulent and transitional boundary layers, we consider direct numerical simulation of the interaction between a at-plate-boundary-layer ow and an isolated hemispherical roughness element. Of principal interest is the evolution of hairpin vortices that form an interlacing pattern in the wake… (More)