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On-the-fly computing on many-core processors in nuclear applications

Kushida, Noriyuki

Several applications in nuclear energy field require dedicated supercomputing environment (DSE). One of the greatest common aspects of DES applications is that they have to complete tasks within deadlines. High-end supercomputers are not suitable for DSE applications, because it is publically shared facilities and allotted time for a person is quite limited. Moreover, owning a high end supercomputer is not realistic because of the high price of supercomputers. On the other hand, many core processors have good cost performance and therefore they are suitable for DSE. In the present paper, the author describes the feasibility of many-core processors for such purpose by using two examples: (1) Fusion reactor monitoring and (2) Infrasound propagation analysis.



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