SCE: Grid Environment for Scientific Computing

  title={SCE: Grid Environment for Scientific Computing},
  author={Haili Xiao and Hong Wu and Xue-bin Chi},
Over the last few years Grid computing has evolved into an innovating technology and gotten increased commercial adoption. However, existing Grids do not have enough users as for sustainable development in the long term. This paper proposes several suggestions to this problem on the basis of long-term experience and careful analysis. The Scientific Computing Environment (SCE) in the Chinese Academy of Sciences is introduced as a completely new model and a feasible solution to this problem. 

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  • Yining ZhaoHaili Xiao
  • Computer Science
    2016 IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium Workshops (IPDPSW)
  • 2016
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