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Mushrooming Computers

Mike Levine of the Mellon Institute, above, poses with the Cray T3E Supercomputer named Jaromir at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center in Monroeville, Pa., last week. The Energy Department is tapping into the center’s computing resources to help meets its goal of conducting simulated nuclear tests by computer in the next decade.



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