Data-Intensive Supercomputing : The Case for DISC

@inproceedings{Bryant2007DataIntensiveS,
  title={Data-Intensive Supercomputing : The Case for DISC},
  author={Randal E. Bryant and Joan Digney},
  year={2007}
}
Google and its competitors have created a new class of largescal computer systems to support Internet search. These “Data-Intensive Super Computing” (DI SC) systems differ from conventional supercomputers in their focus on data: they acquire and main tain continually changing data sets, in addition to performing large-scale computations over the d ata. With the massive amounts of data arising from such diverse sources as telescope imagery, med ical records, online transaction records, and web… CONTINUE READING
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