Suggesting Section: Scientific Computing

Suggesting Section: Scientific Computing

Postby stealthpaladin » Sat Jul 20, 2013 11:42 am

Combining Parallella with a variety of scientific computing needs seems only natural. Would be good to have a section for these projects.

Just to note my own interest:
- Porting my quantum chromodynamic lattice simulator and greatly improving it's output
- Signal inputs to 3D+ scenegraph generator
- Some medical imaging, especially a cheaper MRI.
- Awesome things playing with spectrography
- Measuring resonance w/analog unit
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Re: Suggesting Section: Scientific Computing

Postby 9600 » Tue Jul 23, 2013 8:59 am

stealthpaladin wrote:Combining Parallella with a variety of scientific computing needs seems only natural. Would be good to have a section for these projects.

Just to note my own interest:
- Porting my quantum chromodynamic lattice simulator and greatly improving it's output
- Signal inputs to 3D+ scenegraph generator
- Some medical imaging, especially a cheaper MRI.
- Awesome things playing with spectrography
- Measuring resonance w/analog unit


That's certainly a selection of very interesting projects!

As requested I've created a Scientific Computing forum and it would be great if you could share further details of these projects and ideas there. Probably best to split each into a separate topic so that it's easier for people to find and contribute to the discussion.

Cheers,

Andrew
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