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  1. Thomas L. Sterling
    Launching into the Future of Commodity Cluster Computing. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    CLUSTER, 2002, pp:345-0 [Conf]
  2. Thomas L. Sterling
    An Introduction to the Gilgamesh PIM Architecture. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Euro-Par, 2001, pp:16-32 [Conf]
  3. Thomas L. Sterling, Daniel Savarese
    A Coming of Age for Beowulf-Class Computing. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Euro-Par, 1999, pp:78-88 [Conf]
  4. Thomas L. Sterling, Daniel Savarese, Phillip Merkey, Jeffrey P. Gardner
    An Initial Evaluation of the Convex SPP-1000 for Earth and Space Science Application. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    HPCA, 1995, pp:176-185 [Conf]
  5. Steven Hotovy, Thomas L. Sterling
    JNNIE: Evaluation of Scalable Parallel Processing Architectures. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    HPCN, 1994, pp:172-173 [Conf]
  6. Chance Reschke, Thomas L. Sterling, Daniel Ridge, Daniel Savarese, Donald J. Becker, Phillip Merkey
    A Design Study of Alternative Network Topologies for the Beowulf Parallel Workstation. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    HPDC, 1996, pp:626-636 [Conf]
  7. John K. Salmon, Thomas L. Sterling, Rajesh Bordawekar, Christopher Stein
    Scaling of Beowulf-Class Distributed Systems. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    HPDC, 1998, pp:368-369 [Conf]
  8. Thomas L. Sterling, Daniel Savarese, Donald J. Becker, Bruce Fryxell, Kevin Olson
    Communication Overhead for Space Science Applications on the Beowulf Parallel Workstation. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    HPDC, 1995, pp:23-0 [Conf]
  9. Hank G. Dietz, José Duato, Steven L. Scott, Thomas L. Sterling, Craig B. Stunkel, Stephen R. Wheat
    Convergence Points on Commercial Parallel Systems: Do We Have the Node Architecture? Do We Have the Network? Do We Have the Programming Paradigm? [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICPP, 1998, pp:392-0 [Conf]
  10. Albert J. Musciano, Thomas L. Sterling
    Efficient Dynamic Scheduling of Medium-Grained Tasks for General Purpose Parallel Processing. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICPP (2), 1988, pp:166-175 [Conf]
  11. Thomas L. Sterling, Ellery Y. Chan
    A Practical Static Data Flow Computer Based on Associative Methods. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICPP (1), 1988, pp:225-234 [Conf]
  12. Thomas L. Sterling, Albert J. Musciano, Donald J. Becker
    Multiprocessor Performance Measurement Using Embedded Instrumentation. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICPP (1), 1988, pp:156-165 [Conf]
  13. Thomas L. Sterling, Daniel Savarese, Donald J. Becker, John E. Dorband, Udaya A. Ranawake, Charles V. Packer
    BEOWULF: A Parallel Workstation for Scientific Computation. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICPP (1), 1995, pp:11-14 [Conf]
  14. Mark R. Thistle, Thomas L. Sterling, James T. Kuehn, Thomas A. Anastasio
    The Effectiveness of Random Mapping on Fine-Grain MIMD Architectures. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ICPP (2), 1992, pp:41-48 [Conf]
  15. Jay B. Brockman, Peter M. Kogge, Thomas L. Sterling, Vincent W. Freeh, Shannon K. Kuntz
    Microservers: a new memory semantics for massively parallel computing. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    International Conference on Supercomputing, 1999, pp:454-463 [Conf]
  16. Thomas L. Sterling, Larry A. Bergman
    A design analysis of a hybrid technology multithreaded architecture for petaflops scale computation3. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    International Conference on Supercomputing, 1999, pp:286-293 [Conf]
  17. Thomas L. Sterling, Michael J. MacDonald
    The Realities of Parallel Processing and Dataflow's Role in It: Lessons from the NASA HPCC Program. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Architectures and Compilation Techniques for Fine and Medium Grain Parallelism, 1993, pp:165-176 [Conf]
  18. Guang R. Gao, Kevin B. Theobald, Ramaswamy Govindarajan, Clement Leung, Ziang Hu, Haiping Wu, Jizhu Lu, Juan del Cuvillo, Adeline Jacquet, Vincent Janot, Thomas L. Sterling
    Programming Models and System Software for Future High-End Computing Systems: Work-in-Progress. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    IPDPS, 2003, pp:206- [Conf]
  19. Guang R. Gao, Kevin B. Theobald, Ziang Hu, Haiping Wu, Jizhu Lu, Keshav Pingali, Paul Stodghill, Thomas L. Sterling, Rick Stevens, Mark Hereld
    Next Generation System Software for Future High-End Computing Systems. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    IPDPS, 2002, pp:- [Conf]
  20. Adeline Jacquet, Vincent Janot, Clement Leung, Guang R. Gao, Ramaswamy Govindarajan, Thomas L. Sterling
    An Executable Analytical Performance Evaluation Approach for Early Performance Prediction. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    IPDPS, 2003, pp:268- [Conf]
  21. Thomas L. Sterling, Donald J. Becker, Chance Reschke, Daniel Savarese, Michael R. Berry
    Achieving a Balanced Low-Cost Architecture for Mass Storage Management through Multiple Fast Ethernet Channels on the Beowulf Parallel Workstation. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    IPPS, 1996, pp:104-108 [Conf]
  22. Hans P. Zima, Thomas L. Sterling
    Support for Irregular Computations in Massively Parallel PIM Arrays, Using an Object-Based Execution Model. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    IPDPS Workshops, 2000, pp:450-456 [Conf]
  23. Guang R. Gao, Thomas L. Sterling, Rick L. Stevens, Mark Hereld, Weirong Zhu
    Hierarchical multithreading: programming model and system software. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    IPDPS, 2006, pp:- [Conf]
  24. Robert H. Halstead Jr., Thomas L. Anderson, Randy B. Osborne, Thomas L. Sterling
    Concert: Design of a Multiprocessor Development System. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ISCA, 1986, pp:40-48 [Conf]
  25. Hans P. Zima, Thomas L. Sterling
    Macroservers: An Object-Based Programming and Execution Model for Processor-in-Memory Arrays. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ISHPC, 2000, pp:7-25 [Conf]
  26. Thomas L. Sterling
    The Gilgamesh MIND Processor-in-Memory Architecture for Petaflops-Scale Computing. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    ISHPC, 2002, pp:1-5 [Conf]
  27. Thomas L. Sterling
    Towards Memory Oriented Scalable Computer Architecture and High Efficiency Petaflops Computing. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    NPC, 2004, pp:2- [Conf]
  28. Abdullah I. Meajil, Tarek A. El-Ghazawi, Thomas L. Sterling
    A Quantitative Approach for Architecture-Invariant Parallel Workload Characterization. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    PARA, 1996, pp:515-524 [Conf]
  29. Michael S. Warren, Donald J. Becker, M. Patrick Goda, John K. Salmon, Thomas L. Sterling
    Parallel Supercomputing with Commodity Components. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    PDPTA, 1997, pp:1372-1381 [Conf]
  30. Thomas L. Sterling
    Symbolic Computing with Beowulf-Class PC Clusters. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    PVM/MPI, 2000, pp:7-8 [Conf]
  31. Thomas Sterling
    Challenges to Evaluating Petaflops Systems. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    QEST, 2005, pp:166-167 [Conf]
  32. Thomas L. Sterling
    Beowulf PC clusters: breaking the cost barrier to high end application computing (keynote address - abstract). [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    SAC, 1998, pp:1- [Conf]
  33. Steven Hotovy, Wayne Pfeiffer, Thomas L. Sterling
    Findings of the joint NSF-NASA initiative in evaluation. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    SC, 1994, pp:811-813 [Conf]
  34. Paul Messina, James C. T. Pool, Thomas L. Sterling
    System Software and Tools for High-Performance Computing Environments. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    SC, 1995, pp:- [Conf]
  35. Thomas L. Sterling
    Towards a Technology and Architecture Hybrid? [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    SC, 2005, pp:63- [Conf]
  36. Thomas L. Sterling, Daniel Savarese, Peter MacNeice, Kevin Olson, Clark Mobarry, Bruce Fryxell, Phillip Merkey
    A Performance Evaluation of the Convex SPP-1000 Scalable Shared Memory Parallel Computer. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    SC, 1995, pp:- [Conf]
  37. Thomas L. Sterling, D. Scott Wills, Ellery Y. Chan
    Tokenless static data flow using associative templates. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    SC, 1988, pp:70-79 [Conf]
  38. Thomas L. Sterling, Hans P. Zima
    Gilgamesh: a multithreaded processor-in-memory architecture for petaflops computing. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    SC, 2002, pp:1-23 [Conf]
  39. Ed Upchurch, Thomas L. Sterling, Jay B. Brockman
    Analysis and Modeling of Advanced PIM Architecture Design Tradeoffs. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    SC, 2004, pp:12- [Conf]
  40. Thomas L. Sterling
    Computer science - architecture - Beyond the beyond and the extremes of computing. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    SC, 2006, pp:66- [Conf]
  41. Thomas L. Sterling, Peter M. Kogge, William J. Dally, Steve Scott, William Gropp, David E. Keyes, Pete Beckman
    Multi-core issues - Multi-Core for HPC: breakthrough or breakdown? [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    SC, 2006, pp:73- [Conf]
  42. Erik DeBenedict, Fernand (Doc) Bedard, Thomas Sterling
    Exotic technologies I - HPC computational systems of 2020. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    SC, 2006, pp:295- [Conf]
  43. Thomas L. Sterling
    Continuum computer architecture for exaflops computation. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Commun. ACM, 2001, v:44, n:3, pp:78-80 [Journal]
  44. Thomas L. Sterling
    The Scientific Workstation of the Future May Be a Pile of PCs. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Commun. ACM, 1996, v:39, n:9, pp:11-12 [Journal]
  45. Timothy Mark Pinkston, Alan F. Benner, Michael Krause, Irv M. Robinson, Thomas L. Sterling
    InfiniBand: The "De Facto" Future Standard for System and Local Area Networks or Just a Scalable Replacement for PCI Buses? [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Cluster Computing, 2003, v:6, n:2, pp:95-104 [Journal]
  46. Thomas L. Sterling, Phillip Merkey, Daniel Savarese
    Improving Application Performance on the HP/Convex Exemplar. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    IEEE Computer, 1996, v:29, n:12, pp:50-55 [Journal]
  47. David W. Pfitzner, John K. Salmon, Thomas L. Sterling
    Halo World: Tools for Parallel Cluster Finding in Astrophysical N-body Simulations. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    Data Min. Knowl. Discov., 1997, v:1, n:4, pp:419-438 [Journal]
  48. Thomas L. Sterling, Jeffrey M. Arnold
    Fine Grain Dataflow Computation without Tokens for Balanced Execution. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    J. Parallel Distrib. Comput., 1993, v:18, n:3, pp:327-339 [Journal]
  49. Mitchell D. Theys, Shoukat Ali, Howard Jay Siegel, K. Mani Chandy, Kai Hwang, Ken Kennedy, Lui Sha, Kang G. Shin, Marc Snir, Larry Snyder, Thomas L. Sterling
    What Are the Top Ten Most Influential Parallel and Distributed Processing Concepts of the Past Millenium? [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    J. Parallel Distrib. Comput., 2001, v:61, n:12, pp:1827-1841 [Journal]
  50. Thomas L. Sterling
    HCW Keynote Address ParalleX: An Asynchronous Execution Model for Scalable Heterogeneous Computing. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    IPDPS, 2007, pp:1- [Conf]
  51. Guang R. Gao, Thomas L. Sterling, Rick Stevens, Mark Hereld, Weirong Zhu
    ParalleX: A Study of A New Parallel Computation Model. [Citation Graph (0, 0)][DBLP]
    IPDPS, 2007, pp:1-6 [Conf]

  52. Improving code compression using clustered modalities. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]

  53. PC Clusters - The Convergence of High Performance Systems Architecture. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]

  54. Societies of Cores and Their Computing Culture. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]

  55. ParalleX. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]

  56. Distance Learning with High-definition Low Latency Video and Multi-media Infrastructure. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]

  57. Productivity in High Performance Computing. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]

  58. A High-Performance Computing Forecast: Partly Cloudy. [Citation Graph (, )][DBLP]

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