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January/February 2014

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Becoming a Computational Scientist

Each computational scientist has a unique path that led him or her to this dynamic field. Here, Steven Gottlieb weaves his own tale, encouraging others to share their stories of how they became computational scientists, to create awareness and encourage others to join the field. Read full article »

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Copublished with the American Institute of Physics, CiSE features the latest computational science and engineering research in an accessible format along with departments covering news and analysis, CSE in education, and emerging technologies.

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A Scientist's Guide to Cloud Computing

A Scientist's Guide to Cloud Computing

New tools (some commercial and some public), have made it so that dealing with the cloud and running large-scale processing can be rather easy and efficient. Read full article »

Discrete Hodge Theory on Graphs: A Tutorial

Discrete Hodge Theory on Graphs: A Tutorial

This tutorial develops the rudiments of discrete Hodge theory and provides several example applications that are useful in solving certain ranking and approximations problems that arise naturally in a graph context. Read full article »


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