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a grouping of a number of similar things

gather or cause to gather into a cluster

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And, because the cluster will empower scientists who use it to potentially make vitally important discoveries, the solution's wire-speed Ethernet capabilities ensure that mission critical clustering applications perform as expected, regardless of the complexity or network and server load, with the lowest possible incremental latency.
There may be an impact on application performance since half of the cluster would be unavailable.
PolyServe Matrix Server complements new Oracle Database 10g storage management features, such as Automatic Storage Management (ASM), by simplifying cluster installation and maintenance, significantly improving data-loading performance by enabling parallel Extract Transform and Load (ETL) operations clusterwide, and adding valuable high-availability features, such as multi-path I/O (MPIO).
In June 2002, the Ontario government announced the conception of a $30-million Biotechnology Cluster Innovation Program (BCIP).
The Linux Networx cluster will include 1,066 nodes with dual Intel Xeon 3.
The galaxy is a laboratory for studying how gas can be stripped away when it flies through a cluster," Keel said last month at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Atlanta.
The main aim of cluster analysis of microarray data is to expose regulatory networks and assign function to sequences of no known function.
The SANS measurements showed that the magnetic cluster size scales with the grain size.
By employing redundancy, Valence Cluster protects users from single points of failure, whether the failure is hardware, software or network- related.
Eight patients had lived within several blocks of one another in the 1930s, and there was speculation that water contamination during that time might have been a factor in the MS cluster.
A total of 91 x (91-1)/2 possible pairs of profile similarity indices were computed and the resulting similarity matrix was used as input for cluster analysis.
As part of this development initiative, Etnus has made TotalView compatible with Platform Open Cluster Stack (OCS).
A client can create a volume in a cluster on demand to tap the entire capacity of the underlying physical resources.
The Eclipse Database Cluster completed Oracle certification testing and can be deployed for database applications that require scalability on demand, manageability and high availability at a low total cost of ownership.
If a cluster is moving toward Earth, the CMB photons that the cluster altered will gain energy and be shifted to shorter, more energetic wavelengths.