Modification of crystallographic codes for parallel architectures

Ramanadham, M. ; Jagadeesh, B. S. ; Chidambaram, R. (1999) Modification of crystallographic codes for parallel architectures Crystallographic Computing, 7 . pp. 367-371.

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The use of high-speed computers having large memories and storage capacities is an essential component of many present-day scientific and engineering applications. In recent years, parallel computers have emerged as viable alternatives to supercomputers, at least for those applications having inherent parallelism in them, such as crystal-structure analysis. Two such applications pertaining to the field of protein crystallography, viz., structure optimization and summation of threedimensional Fourier series, carried out on ANUPAM, the BARC-built parallel computing system, are described in this article.

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