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For example, during the 1990s he pioneered the use of massively parallel computers for weather prediction, primarily through recruiting and developing a team of computer engineers.
In other words, Cypress makes data-communications chips used in electronic superhighways, memory chips for supercomputers, and microprocessor modules for massively parallel computers. We would benefit greatly if billions of taxpayer dollars were showered on the various technology projects favored by the Clinton administration.
The advent of massively parallel computers and distributed computing networks has accelerated this trend, which is sure to continue in the foreseeable future.
Schultz, "Massively Parallel Computers in EW Applications," in the August 1989 JED).
At the core of the new system is a massively parallel computer system comprised of 3,392 FX1 computing nodes.
In many cases, the use of a massively parallel computer is the only viable means of performing the millions of related calculations and processing the gigabytes of data for a stereoscopic display.
The brain will come in the form of a neural network and will exist within a massively parallel computer. To create such a complex system, the researchers will have the network build itself.
Fujitsu has also developed a massively parallel computer aimed at computer-aided design of integrated circuits (ICs).
The advent of VLSI, as well as VHSIC and even gallium arsenide (GaAs) circuits for advanced research roles, has prompted the emergence of several supercomputer and massively parallel computer designs, each offering selected advantages in solving computer problems.
Finally, the pair melded the mathematical statements into a program to run on an extremely fast, massively parallel computer. This computer breaks problems up in such a way that its 4,000 embedded minicomputers can simultaneously perform separate computations.
Cray Research, one of the first manufacturers to announce plans around Alpha AXP, will use the chip in its first massively parallel computer, T3D.
The Princeton Engine is a massively parallel computer that uses 1,024 16-bit microprocessors.

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