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  • Stewart, Craig A. (6/14/2012)
  • Stewart, Craig A. (7/19/2012)
    Campus Bridging is more a mindset that should affect most of what XSEDE does rather than a specific set of software modules within the overall set of XSEDE services and products. Our goal is going to be to work with the ...
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Knepper, Richard; Ferguson, James; Bachmann, Felix; Foster, Ian; Grimshaw, Andrew; Hazlewood, Victor; Lifka, David (2015-07-15)
    The term “campus bridging” was first used in the charge given to an NSF Advisory Committee for Cyberinfrastructure task force. That task force developed this description of campus bridging: “Campus bridging is the seamlessly ...
  • Lawrence, Katherine A.; Zentner, Michael; Wilkins-Diehr, Nancy; Wernert, Julie A.; Pierce, Marlon; Marru, Suresh; Michael, Scott (2015-09-17)
    With the rise of science gateway use in recent years, we anticipate there are additional opportunities for growth, but the field is currently fragmented. This data set represents the results our efforts to measure the ...
  • Fischer, Jeremy; Knepper, Richard; Coulter, Eric A.; Peck, Charles; Stewart, Craig A. (2015-08-17)
    The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment has created a suite of software designed to facilitate the local management of computer clusters for scientific research and integration of such clusters with the ...
  • 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 ...
  • Stewart, Craig A. (7/20/2012)
  • Miller, Therese M. (12/6/2011)
  • Stewart, Craig A. (7/16/2012)
  • Stewart, Craig A. (7/17/2012)
    XSEDE is the eXtreme Science & Engineering Discovery Environment. XSEDE12 is the first annual conference about XSEDE and about how XSEDE fits into the US national and international cyberinfrastructure.
  • Wernert, Julie A.; Whitten, Robert (2013-05)
    This report provides an analysis and evaluation of the XSEDE Annual Survey 2013. Section 1 describes the data collection methodology of the survey. The sample included 13 types of users with a sample size of 5000 users. ...
  • Hazlewood, Victor; Knepper, Richard; Lee, Steven; Lifka, David; Navarro, JP; Stewart, Craig A. (4/15/2013)
    This document is both a public document and an internal working document intended to define XSEDE strategies related to XSEDE’s cluster build software distribution project. This is part a strategy document, part tactical.
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Knepper, Richard; Grimshaw, Andrew; Foster, Ian; Bachmann, Felix; Lifka, David; Riedel, Morris; Tueke, Steven (5/16/2012)
    This document is both a user-­facing document (publicly accessible) and an internal working document intended to define user needs and use cases that fall under the general umbrella of Campus Bridging within the overall ...
  • Fischer, Jeremy (2014-04-09)
    Introduction to XSEDE presentation that was given at the first Campus CI day as part of an NSF CC-NIE Campus Cyberinfrastructure Planning Grant Wittenberg University received this year.
  • Lindsey, Susan; Dahan, Maytal; Fischer, Jeremy L.; Stewart, Craig A.; Boisseau, John (6/14/2012)
    This html document template may be used, with appropriate editing, to describe a high performance computing system, a storage system, or a visualization system. This template is intended to make it easier for systems ...
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Roskies, Ralph; Knepper, Rich; Moore, Richard; Whitt, Justin; Cockerill, Timothy (2015-08-17)
    Talk describes value XSEDE adds to national cyberinfrastructure and return on investment.
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Roskies, Ralph; Knepper, Richard; Moore, Richard; Whitt, Justin; Cockerill, Timothy (2015-07-27)
    Lightning talk describes XSEDE ROI.
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Roskies, Ralph; Knepper, Richard; Moore, Richard L.; Whitt, Justin; Cockerill, Timothy M. (2015-06-15)
    In science and engineering discovery often lags years behind research, whose full potential may not be known for decades. Large research facilities struggle to quantify a return on the substantial federal investments that ...

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