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Grid Computing (Parallel Distributed Computing) in Maple 16
Distributed systems offer fantastic gains when it comes to solving large-scale problems. By sharing the computational load, you can solve problems too large for a single computer to handle, or solve problems in a fraction of the time it would take with a single computer. The Grid Computing Toolbox platform support has been extended for Maple 16, making it easy to create and test parallel distributed programs on some of the world's largest clusters.
MPICH2
MPICH2 is a high performance implementation of the Message Passing Interface (MPI) standard, distributed by Argonne National Laboratory (
The Grid Computing Toolbox for Maple 16 includes the ability to easily set up multi-process computations that interface with MPICH2 to to deploy multi-machine or cluster parallel computations.
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