ASCI

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ASCIAccelerated Strategic Computing Initiative
ASCIAmerican Society for Clinical Investigation (established in 1908; Ann Arbor, MI)
ASCIArgus Sour Crude Index (New York Mercantile Exchange)
ASCIAdvertising Standards Council of India
ASCIAdvanced Strategic Computing Initiative
ASCIAdvanced Simulation and Computing Initiative (US Department of Energy)
ASCIAdministrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad
ASCIAssociazione Scout Cattolici Italiani (Italian Catholic Scout Association)
ASCIAdvanced Speech Call Item
ASCIAlaska Supply Chain Integrators, LLC
ASCIAsynchronous Serial Communications Interface
ASCIAmerican Steel Construction Institute
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Etnus TotalView parallel debugger and analyzer will be used in 30 TeraOPS system to be built by Compaq for the Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative (ASCI) program
* Conducting experiments to validate and verify the advanced weapons simulation codes being developed by the core nuclear weapons program and the Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative (ASCI) to assess the reliability and effects of aging on weapons in the stockpile;
Both supercomputers are products of the Department of Energy's Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative. This effort is a key element in the development of methods to assess the safety and reliability of the nation's aging arsenal of nuclear weapons without underground nuclear testing (SN: 10/19/96, p.
Blue Pacific is a 4,096 PowerPC processor RS/6000 SP machine, and part of the US Department of Energy-funded ASCI Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative. Up until now, Intel Corp has held the number one spot with the ASCI Red system it installed at the Sandia National Laboratories in 1997.
For instance, applications envisioned by the Department of Energy's Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative (ASCI) might require up to 30 teraflops of peak performance to achieve 300 gigaflops of sustained performance.
Department of Energy's Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative, the so-called teraflops ultracomputer is the fastest computer in the world.
To meet the need for greatly increased computational power before weapons problems become too severe, DOE has created the Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative, aimed at speeding the development of high-performance computers.
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