Browsing by Author "Hallock, Barbara"

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  • Hallock, Barbara (2013-03)
    A brief description of Indiana University's activities, and the rationale therefore, as they pertain to the concept of campus bridging (the easing of transition between individual and much larger cyberinfrastructure resources).
  • Hallock, Barbara; Ganote, Carrie; Pespeni, Melissa (2014-10)
    New DNA sequencing technologies are generating more sequence data, faster, and cheaper. But there is a catch: the sequences are shorter and the nucleotide identification has higher error rates, meaning that the computational ...
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Jacobs, Matthew; Hallock, Barbara; Knepper, Richard; Barnett, William K. (2012)
  • Fischer, Jeremy; Knepper, Richard; Standish, Matthew; Stewart, Craig; Alvord, Resa; Lifka, David; Hallock, Barbara; Hazelwood, Victor (xsede.org, 6/24/2014)
    To be presented at XSEDE14 Conference- July 16, 2014 in Atlanta, GA. The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) has created a suite of software that is collectively known as the basic XSEDE-compatible ...
  • Fischer, Jeremy; Knepper, Richard; Standish, Matthew; Stewart, Craig A.; Alvord, Resa; Lifka, David; Hallock, Barbara; Hazlewood, Victor (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2014-07-13)
    The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment has created a suite of software that is collectively known as the basic XSEDE-compatible cluster build. It has been distributed as a Rocks roll for some time. It ...
  • Hallock, Barbara (2013-01)
    Presentation regarding the availability of services provided by both the National Center for Genome Analysis Support and the partnership between Indiana University and Penguin Computing that provides availability of on-demand ...
  • Fischer, Jeremy; Coulter, Eric A.; Hallock, Barbara; Knepper, Richard (2015-07-27)
    For this tutorial, we wish to demonstrate building practical XSEDE Compatible Basic Clusters (XCBC) while showing that an XCBC need not be an expensive resource to be useful. One secondary goal is showing the basic process ...

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