Exascale Research: Preparing for the Post-Moore Era

@inproceedings{Snir2011ExascaleRP,
  title={Exascale Research: Preparing for the Post-Moore Era},
  author={Marc Snir and William Gropp and Peter M. Kogge},
  year={2011}
}
Executive Summary • Achieving exascale performance at the end of this decade or the beginning of next decade is essential for progress in science – including progress on problems of major societal impact (such as weather or environmental impact); essential for the continued certification of the nuclear stockpile; and essential to our national security. • The rate of advance in the performance of CMOS technology is slowing down and is likely to plateau mid next decade. No alternative technology… CONTINUE READING

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