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GOLEM - Grid On computationaL Electro-Magnetics

The goal of this project is to produce a Beowulf claster of modular computational infrastructute especially designed for Computational Electromagnetics (CEM) . Initially in GOLEM we would like simply a cluster skeleton which could be applied to any preexisting computational code with a minimum effort. Making sure that the code is as portable as possible will hopefully increase the usefulness of the package. 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 GOLEM project is Design of the advanced PC cluster of Beowulf type and its integration with local and European Grid Network 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 projects.
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