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Photos from SuperComputing '99 (November 1999)
Our Paper Presentation
Our paper, Multivariate
Geographic Clustering in a Metacomputing Environment Using Globus
by Mahinthakumar, Hoffman, Hargrove, and Karonis, was presented by Kumar
in the Wednesday morning (November 17, 1999) session on Grid Computing
at SuperComputing '99 (SC'99) in
Portland, Oregon. Kumar did a great job presenting.
Hoffman (left) and G. 'Kumar' Mahinthakumar stand outside the room where
Kumar will present their paper on Wednesday, November 17.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Booth
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
(ORNL) had a large and interesting display booth on the show room
floor at SuperComputing '99 (SC'99)
in Portland, Oregon, in November 1999. The displays included
results from computational science research from all over ORNL.
Included in the displays was the map of U.S. ecoregions developed
by Hargrove and Hoffman using Multivariate Geographic
Clustering on the Stone
Ecoregions Map developed using Multivariate Geographic Clustering on the
Stone SouperComputer (left) at the ORNL booth at SC'99.
SC'99 Extreme Beowulf Bash
Here are a couple of photos from the First Annual Extreme Beowulf
Bash held at SC'99 on November 15, 1999, at the Portland Hilton.
The party was organized by Douglas
Eadline of Paralogic, Inc.,
and was sponsored by Paralogic,
SCA, Scyld Computing Corporation, and
See Doug's Notes from SC99
for more information and photos.
Sterling (left) gives the opening speach at the First Annual Extreme
Beowulf Bash at SuperComputing '99. Two of the Bash sponsors, Jim
Cownie of Etnus (center) and Douglas Eadline of Paralogic, Inc. stand
to his left.
of the sponsors of the First Annual Extreme Beowulf Bash--Jim Cownie
of Etnus (left), Douglas Eadline of Paralogic, Inc. (center), and
Donald Becker of Scyld Computing Corporation (right)--discuss Beowulf
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M. Hoffman, William
W. Hargrove, and Andrew J. Schultz
Warnings and Disclaimers