distributed computing applications

Andrew Wang andrewxwang at yahoo.com.tw
Sat Nov 22 07:52:54 EST 2003


Also don't miss Condor, PBS, and Gridengine. They are
the enabling technologies for distributed/parallel
applications.

Andrew.

 --- Suresh Chandra Mannava ªº°T®§¡G
> distributed computing efforts.
> Sir,
> I am interested in the area of Distibuted/
> Parallel/High performnace computing, as  a part of
> my
> study I am preparing a list of applications that can
> utilise distributed computing power. 
> I made a small list by searching on the internet,
> there are much more applications  yet to added. I
> request you to provide pointers for latest
> applications and the applictaions I missed.
> I also request you to provide pointers for
> applications specific to Beowulf clusters
> 
> Here is the list:
> 
> (They are not properly organised)
> 
> 1) Visualization, image processing, rendering,
> special
>  effects
> Parallel ray-tracing
> University of Bristol (Computer Graphics group)
> http://www.cs.bris.ac.uk/research/graphics
> Kwangu Institute of Science & technology
> (Information
> System group)
> http://parallel.kjist.ac.kr/projects.htm
> 
> 2)Data mining
> 
> PAPIA -PArallel Protein Information Analysis
> http://www.rwcp.or.jp/papia
> PADMA-PArallel Data Mining Agents
> http://www.eecs.wsu.edu/~hillol/padma.html 
> 
> 3)Goggle ?Web Search Engine with Linux cluster
> (more
> than 10,000 servers).
> 
> 4) High Performance, High availability web servers
>    eddieware, khttpd(Static pages)
> 
> 5)Computing in Computational fluid dynamics
> 
> 6)Search for Extraterrestrial Life (SETI) 
> Radio signals are monitored by
> Computationally-intense
> algorithms
> http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/
> 
> 7)Folding at Home: 
> An effort to understand protein folding and
> aggregation for use toward fighting degenerative
> diseases.
> http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegroup/folding/
> 
> 8)Find-a-Drug: http://www.find-a-drug.org/
>   Evaluates the potential of different molecules to
> interact with certain protein targets. Molecules
> that
> are found to be "hits" can become new drug
> candidates
> used for treating important diseases.
> 
> 9) GIMPS: The Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search:
> http://www.mersenne.org
>   Searches for record-size Mersenne prime numbers.
> Discovered the 39th known  Mersenne prime number,
> 2^13,466,917 - 1 on November 14, 2001.
> 
> 10)Distributed Search for Fermat Number Divisors:
> http://www.fermatsearch.org/
>   Searches for additional divisors of Fermat
> numbers.
> Found 7 new divisorsin 2003.
> 
> 1) Brute force attacks on cryptographic keys
> Cracking RC4, RC5, DES
> Cracking Passwords
>
http://www.isg.inf.ethz.ch/docu/security/passwd/crackcluster.html
> http://www.cisiar.org/proyectos/cisilia/home_en.php
> 
> 12)other Applications
> 
> Computing for Genomic Analysis
> Genetic programming
> “Big Science?problems involving modeling,
> simulating
> and understanding large complex systems, example:
> cosmology
> sub atomic physics
> climate modeling
> Biomedicine and Biochemistry
> 
> 
> =====
> ---------------------------Research ScholarVIT,
> India.
> 
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