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High-performance computing

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  2. Resource Description
    "The bioinformatics shared facility consists of an ever evolving group of clusters collaboratively administered by the Center for Systems and Computational Biology. The clusters are utilized as a collective resource for serial and parallel applications that would be computationally too demanding for smaller research groups to implement. Where one researcher could purchase a small cluster in a grant and hire a system administrator to set it up, it is much more efficient to add computing power to existing infrastructure. Bioinformatics clusters are regularly used for large scale problems usch as: • Large Scale Sequence Alignment • Predictive model development • 3D Molecular modeling • Mass Spec models • Phylogenetic inference"
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  5. Service Provided by
    Bioinformatics Facility (Wistar)
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  7. Related Technique
    Grid computing
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  4. creator
    apizarro (Angel Pizarro)
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