This next year demands the delivery by research scientists of a demonstration of the requirements that have to be satisfied for effective exaflops computing and a determination of and if conventional methods can or cannot achieve them. Such a result will permit the entire community to work together towards a commonly recognized goal rather than to continue to engage at cross purposes in diverse strategies.
Thomas Sterling on Why 2013 is a Pivotal Year for Exascale Research
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