High-Performance Algorithms for Scientific Applications. Start date: Dec. 1, 2005. Expires: Dec. 31, 2006. Expected total amount: $108,037. Principal investigator: David Bader. Sponsor: Georgia Tech Research Corp.

Supports a project to develop, implement, assess, and refine algorithms for symmetric multiprocessor clusters to speed irregular computations, such as string-, tree-, and graph-based computations. The research will focus on "science-driven" problems in genomics, bioinformatics, and computational ecology.

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