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System software for the finite element machine
Document ID: 19850010313
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Author: Crockett, T. W.; Knott, J. D.
Abstract: The Finite Element Machine is an experimental parallel computer developed at Langley Research Center hide
Publication Year: 1985
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA-CR-3870, NAS 1.26:3870
Date Acquired: Nov 13, 1995
the finite element machine: An experiment in parallel processing
Document ID: 19820025876
Author: Storaasli, O. O.; Peebles, S. W.; Crockett, T. W.; Knott, J. D.; Adams, L.
Abstract: The Finite Element Machine at the NASA Langley Research Center is a prototype computer designed to hide
Publication Year: 1982
Document Type: Conference Paper
Date Acquired: Nov 13, 1995
The finite element machine: An experiment in parallel processing
Document ID: 19820024127
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Author: Storaasli, O. O.; Peebles, S. W.; Crockett, T. W.; Knott, J. D.; Adams, L.
Abstract: The finite element machine is a prototype computer designed to support parallel solutions to hide
Publication Year: 1982
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA-TM-84514, NAS 1.15:84514
Date Acquired: Nov 13, 1995
File concepts for parallel I/O
Document ID: 19890015445
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Author: Crockett, Thomas W.
Abstract: The subject of input/output (I/O) was often neglected in the design of parallel computer systems, hide
Publication Year: 1989
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA-CR-181843, NAS 1.26:181843, ICASE-IR-7
Date Acquired: Nov 06, 1995
Modelling algorithm execution time on processor arrays
Document ID: 19840009831
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Author: Adams, L. M.; Crockett, T. W.
Abstract: A model for the execution time of parallel algorithms on processor arrays is described. The model is hide
Publication Year: 1984
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA-CR-172289, ICASE-84-1, NAS 1.26:172289
Date Acquired: Nov 13, 1995
A performance analysis of the PASLIB version 2.1X SEND and RECV routines on the finite element machine
Document ID: 19830026326
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Author: Knott, J. D.
Abstract: The Finite Element Machine is an experimental array processor designed to support research in hide
Publication Year: 1983
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA-CR-172205, NAS 1.26:172205
Date Acquired: Nov 13, 1995
KC-135 and Other Microgravity Simulations
Document ID: 20020030098
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Author: Skinner, Noel C.; Schlegel, Todd T. (Technical Monitor)
Abstract: This document represents a summary of medical and scientific evaluations conducted aboard the KC-135 hide
Publication Year: 2001
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA/CR-2001-208929, NAS 1.26:208929
Date Acquired: Mar 29, 2002
Soil, Groundwater, Surface Water, and Sediments of Kennedy Space Center, Florida: Background Chemical and Physical Characteristics
Document ID: 20000116077
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Author: Shmalzer, Paul A.; Hensley, Melissa A.; Mota, Mario; Hall, Carlton R.; Dunlevy, Colleen A.
Abstract: This study documented background chemical composition of soils, groundwater, surface; water, and hide
Publication Year: 2000
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA/TM-2000-208583, NAS 1.15:208583
Date Acquired: Dec 01, 2000
Advanced Earth-to-orbit propulsion technology information, dissemination and research
Document ID: 19950021003
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Author: Wu, S. T.
Abstract: In this period of performance a conference (The 1994 Conference on Advanced Earth-to-Orbit hide
Publication Year: 1995
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA-CR-196582, NAS 1.26:196582
Date Acquired: Dec 28, 1995
Parallel eigenanalysis of finite element models in a completely connected architecture
Document ID: 19900005336
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Author: Akl, F. A.; Morel, M. R.
Abstract: A parallel algorithm is presented for the solution of the generalized eigenproblem in linear elastic hide
Publication Year: 1989
Document Type: Technical Report
Report/Patent Number: NASA-CR-185166, NAS 1.26:185166
Date Acquired: Nov 06, 1995
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