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Issue No. 05 - May (2016 vol. 49)
ISSN: 0018-9162
pp: 54-63
Henri Bal , VU University Amsterdam
Dick Epema , Delft University of Technology
Cees de Laat , University of Amsterdam
Rob van Nieuwpoort , Netherlands eScience Center
John Romein , ASTRON
Frank Seinstra , Netherlands eScience Center
Cees Snoek , University of Amsterdam
Harry Wijshoff , Leiden University
The Dutch Advanced School for Computing and Imaging has built five generations of a 200-node distributed system over nearly two decades while remaining aligned with the shifting computer science research agenda. The system has supported years of award-winning research, underlining the benefits of investing in a smaller-scale, tailored design.
Programming, Protocols, Supercomputers, Peer-to-peer computing, Optical fiber networks, Image processing,computing for education, distributed architectures, distributed systems, parallel architectures, heterogeneous computing, homogeneous system organization, computer science research, research infrastructures, network optimization, experimental environments, collaborative computing, distributed programming, computer architecture, research infrastructures, e-science research
Henri Bal, Dick Epema, Cees de Laat, Rob van Nieuwpoort, John Romein, Frank Seinstra, Cees Snoek, Harry Wijshoff, "A Medium-Scale Distributed System for Computer Science Research: Infrastructure for the Long Term", Computer, vol. 49, no. , pp. 54-63, May 2016, doi:10.1109/MC.2016.127
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