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LABORATORY ╣C-3

Algorithms of Grid Computing

In the context of the development new and adaptation well-known computational algorithms of solution complicated and computationally capacious mathematical problems, there are such mainstream tasks as:

  • exploration of demands of the scientific society in computational algorithms of solution such tasks as optimisation (both global and discrete), modeling of complex systems;
  • analysis of existing numerical methods of solution these problems and transformation these methods into the grid computational algorithms;
  • developing the technologies of using the existing collection of software (libraries of optimisation algorithms and linear algemra, systems of symbolic computing) in scenarious of grid computing;
  • developing new algorithms which realisation ans executing on traditional programming architecture is deliberately uneffective.


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