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LCGLHC (Large Hadron Collider) Computing Grid
LCGLibyan Coast Guard
LCGLiving Church of God
LCGLonely Cat Games (smartphone software)
LCGLinear Congruential Generator
LCGLhc Computing Grid
LCGLanding Craft Gun
LCGLafayette City-Parish Consolidated Government (Louisiana)
LCGLow Center of Gravity
LCGLearning Computational Grammars
LCGLongitudinal Center of Gravity
LCGLiquid Cooling Garment
LCGLocal Conservation Group (BirdLife International)
LCGLyons Consulting Group
LCGLiving Card Game
LCGLa Coruna, Spain - La Coruna (Airport Code)
LCGLegend of Cecilio Guante (sports blog)
LCGLohan Caprile Goettsch (architecture firm; Chicago, IL)
LCGLiquid Circulating Garment
LCGLeadership for the Common Good
LCGLand Capability Group (US DoD)
LCGLauncher Control Group
LCGLiquified Chlorine Gas
LCGLow Cost Guidance
LCGLightguide Cable Guide (AT&T)
LCGLAYComp Graphics (Miami, Florida)
LCGLighthouse Consulting Group, Inc.
LCGLotus Consulting Group
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Para gestionar el enorme flujo de datos resultante de la colision de particulas se utiliza un sistema de computacion distribuida disenado especificamente y conformado por 170 centros de computacion de 42 paises diferentes que forman el consorcio WLCG (World Wide LHC Computing Grid).
WLCG World Wide LHC Computing Grid: http://wlcg.web.cern.ch/.
The NCP had become an LHC Computing Grid node in 2004, which enabled it to receive data from LHC experiments.
[1] LHC Computing Grid, "Distributed production environment for physics data processing," 2009, http://lcg.web.cern.ch/lcg.
To support the LHC as part of a worldwide LHC Computing Grid project, as well as other research initiatives, ASGC implemented more than 2,500 blade servers from Extreme Networks in its computer facility.
This data is backed up locally and through the LHC Computing Grid (1) and distributed to researchers around the world who will analyze this data for at least the next decade.
In the summer of 2000, Kesselman went to Geneva to give a seminar on grid computing, and the LHC Computing Grid (LCG) was born.
The LHC Computing Grid will help manage and analyze the huge quantities of data generated by CERN's Large Hadron Collider, which will be used to create particle collisions that might be used to understand the origins of the universe.