Open Simulation Laboratories

September/October 2015

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In this introduction for the special issue on open simulation laboratories, the guest editors describe how OSLs will become more common as their potential is better understood and they begin providing access to valuable datasets to much larger segments of the scientific community. New analysis tools and ways to do science will inevitably develop as a result. Read full article »

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Citizen Science

Citizen Science

Interested volunteers — and their computers — join the team as citizen scientists when the amount of raw data exceeds our capacity to process it. Read full article »

Writing Software Specifications

Writing Software Specifications

One aspect of validating a piece of software is to check that it does what it's expected to do. But how do you write down your expectations? Read full article »

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Committee on the Future of Advanced Computing
"Whither the Future of NSF Advanced Computing Infrastructure?" Associate editor in chief Steven Gottlieb discusses a National Research Council's Committee on the future of advanced computing. Read full article»

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