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Title: Supercomputing for weather and climate modelling: convenience or necessity
Authors: Landman, WA
Beraki, A
Engelbrecht, F
Landman, S
Keywords: High performance computing
Weather and climate prediction
Issue Date: Dec-2009
Citation: Landman, WA, Beraki, A, Engelbrecht, F and Landman, S. Supercomputing for weather and climate modelling: convenience or necessity. Centre for High Performance Computing National Meeting and 5th BELIEF Symposium, Sandton Convention Centre, Gauteng, 7-11 December 2009
Series/Report no.: Workflow;8647
Abstract: Weather and climate modelling require dedicated computer infrastructure in order to generate high-resolution, large ensemble, various models with different configurations, etc. in order to optimise operational forecasts and climate projections. High end computing is also required for doing research on the weather and climate system.
Description: Centre for High Performance Computing National Meeting and 5th BELIEF Symposium, Sandton Convention Centre, Gauteng, 7-11 December 2009
URI: http://www.globalplaza.org/spaces/global/videos/35
http://www.chpcconf.co.za/Presentations/Tuesday/Research%20and%20applications%20of%20Cyber-infrastructure%20-%20Part%20I/Willem%20Landman.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5858
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