Network RAM revisited

Kim Branson kim.branson at csiro.au
Thu May 29 08:55:26 EDT 2003


> . Current production runs are
> at 10-20km cells. Those pesky weather satellites produce plenty of
> high-resolution input. So memory size is not a problem, and the data
> is big enough that you can use 100-200 cpus with Myrinet. Not too
> shabby.
>

Interesting, is weather forecasting limited by computational resources 
and not data availability? So if an organization
had better resources with the same set of input data they could perform 
simulations that would be better at forcasting than a less well
endowed resource?, or is it quantity and quality of data?  Are there 
machines capable of simulating 1km cells, and is there data for these, 
presumably this data varies from region to region, with some areas 
having more sensor data than others?

cheers


Kim






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