A Common Computational Science Environment for High Performance Computing Centers

@article{Clarke2010ACC,
  title={A Common Computational Science Environment for High Performance Computing Centers},
  author={Jerry A. Clarke and John M. Vines and Kelly T. Kirk and E.R. Mark and Richard C. Angelini and Carrie Spear and Nathaniel Waisbrot and Joel P. Martin and K. Leiter and Bill Hoffman},
  journal={2010 DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program Users Group Conference},
  year={2010},
  pages={442-449}
}
  • J. Clarke, J. Vines, B. Hoffman
  • Published 14 June 2010
  • Computer Science
  • 2010 DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program Users Group Conference
The Computational Sciences Environment (CSE) was developed to provide a standard development platform for data analysis, visualization, and software testing and evaluation. The Classified Data Analysis and Assessment Center (CDAAC), in conjunction with the Computational Sciences and Engineering Branch (CSEB) of the Army Research Laboratory, assembled a set of open source data analysis tools and applications, software management and testing tools, and libraries necessary to run the tools; and… 

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