Lincoln Laboratory Grid

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The Lincoln Laboratory Grid (LLGrid) is an interactive, on-demand parallel computing system that uses a large computing cluster to enable Laboratory researchers to augment the processing power of desktop systems with high-performance computational cluster nodes to process larger sets of sensor data, create higher-fidelity simulations, and develop entirely new algorithms.

LLGrid supports numerous programming languages and software libraries, including C, C++, Fortran, Java, MPI, PVL, and VSIPL; however, approximately 85% of Laboratory users run parallel MATLABĀ® codes using the Lincoln Laboratory-developed pMatlab library ( http://www.ll.mit.edu/pMatlab) or The MathWorks-developed MATLAB Distributed Computing Toolbox.

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