AppleSeed Technical Report Archive

Complete technical details about AppleSeed clusters



The AppleSeed Report describes all technical details about AppleSeed, including hardware, software, cost, set up, and performance. This information has changed over time, and, when possible, we have created updated versions of the report. On occasion, members of our group have presented its contents at various meetings. The following lists all versions of the report in reverse chronological order.
 

Viktor K. Decyk and Dean E. Dauger
AppleSeed: A Parallel Macintosh Cluster for Scientific Computing
to be published in Japanese Journal of Plasma and Fusion Research
2003 (issue to be determined)

Dean E. Dauger and Viktor K. Decyk
Numerically-Intensive "Plug-and-Play" Parallel Computing
presented at the IEEE Cluster Computing 2001 Conference in Newport Beach, California, USA
October 2001

Viktor K. Decyk and Dean E. Dauger,
How to Build an AppleSeed: A Parallel Macintosh Cluster for Numerically Intensive Computing
presented at the International School for Space Simulation ISSS-6, Garching, Germany
September 2001

Viktor K. Decyk, Dean E. Dauger, and Pieter R. Kokelaar,
How to Build an AppleSeed: A Parallel Macintosh Cluster for Numerically Intensive Computing
presented at the International Conference on Numerical Simulation of Plasma in Banff, Alberta, Canada
May 2000
PDF version
Viktor K. Decyk, Dean E. Dauger, and Pieter R. Kokelaar,
How to Build an AppleSeed: A Parallel Macintosh Cluster for Numerically Intensive Computing
presented at the International Topical Conference on Plasma Physics in Faro, Portugal
September 1999
Postscript version
Viktor K. Decyk, Dean E. Dauger, and Pieter R. Kokelaar,
Project AppleSeed: A Plug and Play Parallel Macintosh Cluster 
for Numerically Intensive Computing
(1.3 MB QuickTime format)
presented at the Symposium on "Radical Connectionism and Visualization of Network Programs" at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, USA
January 1999
Viktor K. Decyk, Dean E. Dauger, and Pieter R. Kokelaar,
Appleseed: A Parallel Macintosh Cluster for Numerically Intensive Computing
presented at the Conference on Computational Physics in Granada, Spain, in September 1998
Created September 1998; Updated until June 1999
Postscript version
Viktor K. Decyk, Dean E. Dauger, and Pieter R. Kokelaar,
Appleseed: A Parallel Macintosh Cluster for Numerically Intensive Computing
Created June 1998; Updated until August 1998

 
 

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