Multiprocessing in meteorological models

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Numerical weather prediction on the one hand needs a very large number of floating point calculations, but on the other hand is very time-critical. Therefore, the largest computers available, i.e., the "supercomputers," have usually been acquired by the national meteorological services long before they were used in other fields of research or business. Since the available technology limits the speed of any single computer, parallel computations have become necessary to achieve further improvements in the number of results ...

Multiprocessing in Meteorological Models 2011, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783642832505

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Multiprocessing in Meteorological Models 1988, Springer

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Multiprocessing in Meteorological Models 1987, Springer, Berlin

ISBN-13: 9783540184577

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