Recent Examples of supercomputer from the Web
Then a supercomputer calculates millions of math equations that produce maps showing the flow of water.
Today, political mapmaking is a multimillion dollar enterprise, with dozens of high-profile paid consultants, armies of lawyers, terabytes worth of voting data, advanced software, and even a supercomputer or two.
Because, in addition to all of its wonderful supercomputer abilities, your brain is also kind of like a trash can.
The reason for his optimism: Lidar systems are undergoing the same smaller, faster, cheaper evolution that has put the power of a 1990s supercomputer into a smartphone.
There’s a square-jawed fighter pilot who flew missions off China’s first aircraft carrier and a youthful engineer working on China’s supercomputer.
Nevertheless, the doctrine is still a core part of Fourth Amendment case law, even as phones became mobile supercomputers over the past 15 years.
In the case of beryllium hydride, a supercomputer can solve this problem, but the standard techniques for doing so cannot be used for large molecules because the number of variables exceeds the computational power of even these machines.
That data is transmitted to Washington, D.C., where supercomputers generate a series of models to forecast the hurricane's path, Schaffer said.
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