Recent Examples of supercomputer from the Web
One heartbeat, for example, can take about three hours in a supercomputer with almost 1,000 processors.
The Model 3 is the vehicle Tesla designed for the future, and for fully autonomous driving, with a suite of cameras around the outside and a small supercomputer onboard.
But reports indicate that the group was caught trying to harness the lab's supercomputer to mine cryptocurrency.
The idea that the brain is a machine, an abstract entity like a giant supercomputer, has been around for a while, basically since computers.
After supercomputer simulations of regional climate that would have taken 50 years on the average laptop, the team found that those mountain ranges receive about 3018 cubic kilometers of snow a year.
Calculating pi to this level of accuracy has few practical uses, though—other than for testing supercomputers and high-tech algorithms—as most scientific applications require only hundreds of digits or fewer.
One way Perry wants to achieve that: Use Energy supercomputers to crunch data and help solve problems like post-traumatic stress disorder and suicide that affect veterans.
Because of the nature of the work at the Institute, technically none of the Institute's computers—including its 1-petaflop capable supercomputer, used for simulating tests of nuclear weapons designs—is supposed to be connected to the Internet.
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Definition of supercomputer for English Language Learners
: a large and very fast computer
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