Dr. Mark A. Richards Exascale Computing Study Reports

Exascale Computing Study Reports

Beginning in mid-2007, DARPA/IPTO, contracting through AFRL, has sponsored a series of studies intended to understand the future course of mainstream computing technology and determine whether or not it would allow a 1,000X increase in the computational capabilities of computing systems by the 2015 time frame. Where current technology trends were deemed incapable of achieving such increases, the study was also charged with identifying the major challenges and the areas where additional targeted research could lay the groundwork for overcoming them. The following reports of the first two Exascale Computing Studies have been publicly released:

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The material in this document reflects the collective views, ideas, opinions and findings of the study participants only, and not those of any of the universities, corporations, or other institutions with which they are affiliated. Furthermore, the material in this document does not reflect the official views, ideas, opinions and/or findings of DARPA, the Department of Defense, or of the United States government.

Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited
The material in this document reflects the collective views, ideas, opinions and findings of the study participants only, and not those of any of the universities, corporations, or other institutions with which they are affiliated. Furthermore, the material in this document does not reflect the official views, ideas, opinions and/or findings of DARPA, the Department of Defense, or of the United States government.

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