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Implementation and development of ATLAS Beowulf type cluster network for nano-Electronic Design Automation in ToK4nEDA project

Beowulf Cluster widely-used term meaning independent computers combined into a unified system through software and networking based on commodity hardware, on a private system network. One of the main goals of ToK4nEDA project is Design of the advanced PC cluster of Beowulf type named ATLAS (Advanced Technology Laboratory Server) and its integration with local and European Grid Network (EUROGRID) for solving of large system of linear equations by direct (sparse matrices solvers) and iterative methods. The infrastructure will support industry and also other research and training projects related to ToK4nEDA such as Chameleon, Artic, Comson and EST.
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