[Beowulf] massive parallel processing application required
06002352 at brookes.ac.uk
Wed Jan 31 17:33:12 PST 2007
> is this "e-science" term more popular where you are? I don't really
> hear it here (Canada, probably NA in general.) many (most) branches of
> science are so dependent on computers that it seems redundant and archaic.
"e-science" is huge here, in universities and scientific research . It's
associated with grid computing in the science area.
> - how long will it transfer this 50GB blob of data?
> - if I provide neurophysiology data from my lab, can I
> be sued if the subjects' privacy is violated?
> - do I have time to spend explaining how the data is encoded?
- hassle of going up the ladder to get permission from bosses
- explain the formulas and how to process the data.
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