Publicity about AppleSeed!
This Wired News article on AppleSeed
describes some of the recent achievements, including
a 1/5 TeraFlop result from a cluster of 76 Power Macs at USC,
made by the AppleSeed authors while
introducing the GigaHertz Power Macs.
This article sparked an active discussion over on
is featured on Apple's new site
on Science and Technology. In this article, the AppleSeed authors describe
their "totally hassle-free" parallel computer. You may view page
1 and page
2. The Research Tools
section of the SciTech web site features an
editorial by Dr. Viktor Decyk on scientific computing using the Macintosh
is in the
cover article in the inaugural issue of Apple's
higher-education newsletter, the Apple University Arts. This issue has
been distributed at the CAUSE 1998 conference and the
January 1999 MacWorld Expo conference. You can download the articles
in that issue from Apple's
AUA web site. In that issue, they also have a sidebar
about Atom in a Box, written
by Dean Dauger.
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On January 31, 2001, Shawn King of the the Mac
Show Live interviewed AppleSeed author Dr. Viktor Decyk on scientific
computing and parallel computing using the Macintosh platform. You may
download a QuickTime movie of an excerpt
from the live radio broadcast.
This streaming video shows the question and answer session
after a presentation we gave about AppleSeed. We discussed issues
regarding parallelization techniques.
This article by Charles W. Moore at Low
End Mac provides a nice and complete description of AppleSeed.
This article by Kurt Starnes of AAPLTalk,
a chat forum focused on real-time events related to stocks and investing,
suggests connections between AppleSeed
and Steve Jobs' vision for the future.
This news article about Project Appleseed appeared on page
63 of the Fall 2000 issue of the
A Supercomputer for the Masses
This news article about Project Appleseed appeared in the
technical journal, IEEE Concurrency
(April-June, 1999, pages 7-8).
Apples are at the Core of these Clusters
Connor W. Anderson of the Chicago
Area Macintosh Users' Group wrote an article about AppleSeed
entitled "MacOS Supercomputer", published on page 15 in the November 1998
issue of The Rest of
update: November 6, 2000