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See Inside August 2001

The Do-It-Yourself Supercomputer

Scientists have found a cheaper way to solve tremendously difficult computational problems: connect ordinary PCs so that they can work together

- This article is the second in a two-part series.
The first part, "How to Build a Hypercomputer," by Thomas Sterling, appeared in the July 2001 issue.
CLUSTER OF PCs


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