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A Parallel Linear Algebra Server for Matlablike Environments
"... Submitted to SC98 1 Introduction Mathematical software packages such as Mathematica, Matlab, HiQ and others allow scientists and engineers to perform complex analysis and modeling in their familiar workstation environment. However, these systems are limited in the size of problem that can be solve ..."
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, it is natural to wonder about combining the userfriendliness and interactivity of the commerciallyavailable mathematical packages with the computing power of the parallel machines. We have implemented a system, which we call PLAPACK Server Interface ("PSI"), that allows a user of one
NetSolve: A Network Server for Solving Computational Science Problems
 The International Journal of Supercomputer Applications and High Performance Computing
, 1995
"... This paper presents a new system, called NetSolve, that allows users to access computational resources, such as hardware and software, distributed across the network. This project has been motivated by the need for an easytouse, efficient mechanism for using computational resources remotely. Ease ..."
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on any heterogeneous network and is implemented as a faulttolerant clientserver application. Keywords Distributed System, Heterogeneity, Load Balancing, ClientServer, Fault Tolerance, Linear Algebra, Virtual Library. University of Tennessee  Technical report No cs95313 Department of Computer
The Parallel Problems Server
"... Introduction We describe a novel architecture for a "linear algebra server" that operates in parallel on extremely large matrices. Matrices are created by the server and distributed across many machines. All operations therefore take place automatically in parallel. The server is extenisb ..."
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Introduction We describe a novel architecture for a "linear algebra server" that operates in parallel on extremely large matrices. Matrices are created by the server and distributed across many machines. All operations therefore take place automatically in parallel. The server
The Parallel Problems Server: A ClientServer Model for Interactive Large Scale Scientific Computation
 In Proceedings of VECPAR98
, 1998
"... . Applying fast scientific computing algorithms to large problems presents a difficult engineering problem. We describe a novel architecture for addressing this problem that uses a robust clientserver model for interactive largescale linear algebra computation. We discuss competing approaches and ..."
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. Applying fast scientific computing algorithms to large problems presents a difficult engineering problem. We describe a novel architecture for addressing this problem that uses a robust clientserver model for interactive largescale linear algebra computation. We discuss competing approaches
Process Algebra for Performance Evaluation
, 2000
"... This paper surveys the theoretical developments in the field of stochastic process algebras, process algebras where action occurrences may be subject to a delay that is determined by a random variable. A huge class of resourcesharing systems  like largescale computers, clientserver architectur ..."
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This paper surveys the theoretical developments in the field of stochastic process algebras, process algebras where action occurrences may be subject to a delay that is determined by a random variable. A huge class of resourcesharing systems  like largescale computers, clientserver
Network Servers for Symbolic Mathematics
 Proceedings, ISSAC'97, ACM Press
, 1996
"... We describe advantages to using network socket facilities for communication and distributed computing from the perspective of symbolic mathematics systems. For some applications, an easily constructed Lisp server model provides a flexible portal between computer algebra and other programs, and one n ..."
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We describe advantages to using network socket facilities for communication and distributed computing from the perspective of symbolic mathematics systems. For some applications, an easily constructed Lisp server model provides a flexible portal between computer algebra and other programs, and one
Linearity of Client/Server Systems
, 1995
"... An important property of a client/server system is the independence of the interaction between the server and a client from the interactions that the server might have with other possible clients. In this paper we try to give a definition of such a property, that we called linearity, by means of the ..."
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An important property of a client/server system is the independence of the interaction between the server and a client from the interactions that the server might have with other possible clients. In this paper we try to give a definition of such a property, that we called linearity, by means
An overview of the trilinos project
 ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software
"... The Trilinos Project is an effort to facilitate the design, development, integration and ongoing support of mathematical software libraries within an objectoriented framework for the solution of largescale, complex multiphysics engineering and scientific problems. Trilinos addresses two fundament ..."
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collections of packages. A Trilinos package is an integral unit usually developed by a small team of experts in a particular algorithms area such as algebraic preconditioners, nonlinear solvers, etc. Packages exist underneath the Trilinos top level, which provides a common lookandfeel, including
Software Engineering with Process Algebra: Modelling Client / Server Architectures
"... In previous work we described how the process algebra based language PSF can be used in software engineering, using the ToolBus, a coordination architecture also based on process algebra, as implementation model. We also described this software development process more formally by presenting the too ..."
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In previous work we described how the process algebra based language PSF can be used in software engineering, using the ToolBus, a coordination architecture also based on process algebra, as implementation model. We also described this software development process more formally by presenting
A ClientServer System for the Visualisation of Algebraic Surfaces on the Web
"... Abstract. Algebraic surfaces, defined as the zero set of a polynomial function in three variables, present a particular problem for visualising, especially if the surface contains singularities. Most algorithms for constructing a polygonization of the surface will miss the singular points. We presen ..."
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present an algorithm for polygonizing such surfaces which attempts to get accurate representations of the singular points. A clientserver approach, with a Java applet and a C program as backend, is used to enable the visualisation of the polygonal mesh in a web browser. This system allows algebraic
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