High Performance Computing MATLAB
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HPC is an important part of the department's activity.
The Department owns computing nodes for its own internal use (supporting Master's theses etc.), and for parts of our external projects. UiO has a spare pool of nodes which can be used. Projects with needs exceeding these usually use NOTUR quotes. At present (2014), we own about 500 cores on the UiO Abel cluster.
Geofag HPC staff
Feb 14, 2011 01:46 PM
Matlab is a data-manipulation software package that allows data to be analyzed and visualized using existing functions and user-designed programs. It is an important tool for many of our scientists and students. It is also somewhat expensive.
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