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a grouping of a number of similar things

gather or cause to gather into a cluster

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Until now, cluster management has been a barrier to the wider adoption of Linux clustering.
At this week's meeting, Kronberg described extending the Coma cluster experiment to 24 clusters near Earth, purposely avoiding compressed regions.
These additions to SVA simplify the development and use of parallel applications on graphics clusters and give customers maximum efficiency and utilization of their cluster resources.
To address these problems, today's cluster computing approaches utilize what is commonly called a scale-out or shared nothing approach to parallel computing.
The Chiba City cluster provides a flexible development environment for scalable open source software in four key categories: cluster management, high-performance systems software (file systems, schedulers and libraries), scientific visualization, and distributed computing.
By assuming a particular relationship between the distribution of dark matter and the visible gas and stars that comprise galaxies, the researchers can indirectly investigate how galaxies mature and cluster.
Virtual Cluster breaks that pattern by letting users expand their dedicated clusters to tap into a vast pool of readily-available computing power.
distributed storage cluster failover and fastback provide resilience within and across the cluster to transparently optimize storage resilience and continuous application performance.
From these findings, the researchers conclude that dark matter congregates into lumps on both the galactic scale and the much larger cluster scale.
The HP Message Passing Interface, a leading implementation of the MPI standard and critical for running and porting parallel applications, will be ported to Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003.
This last area has been instrumental in simplifying the installation, management and use of cluster computing systems.
In the 13-aluminum-atom cluster studied by Khanna and Jena, the atoms form a compact, 20-sided configuration.
Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 is Microsoft's official entry into the world of HPC, and is an integrated, standards-based compute clustering platform built on top of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Editions.
Equally important, these massive datasets need to be made globally available to all processes executing across the compute cluster to simplify application development and to ease the burden of managing data repositories.
Network performance, reliability and redundancy were vital to ensure the consistent performance of the cluster," explains Bartosz Ilkowski, head of cluster computing.