Scripting high performance earth systems simulations on the SGI Altix 3700

@article{Davies2004ScriptingHP,
  title={Scripting high performance earth systems simulations on the SGI Altix 3700},
  author={Mr. Phillip S. Davies and L. Gross and H. B. Muhlhaus},
  journal={Proceedings. Seventh International Conference on High Performance Computing and Grid in Asia Pacific Region, 2004.},
  year={2004},
  pages={244-251}
}
A Python language scripting interface for optimised numerical software written in C/C++ has been designed to facilitate the rapid development of 3D parallel simulations on the Altix 3700. A recent advance focusing on the extensions implemented within a high performance finite element kernel module is described. Performance issues, measurements and results on the Altix 3700 are presented. 

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