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BIG CPU, BIG DATA: Solving the World's Toughest Problems with Parallel Computing

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BIG CPU, BIG DATA: Solving the World's Toughest Problems with Parallel Computing
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Publisher: Rochester Institute of Technology
Number of pages: 424

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With the book BIG CPU, BIG DATA, my goal is to teach you how to write parallel programs that take full advantage of the vast processing power of modern multicore computers, compute clusters, and graphics processing unit (GPU) accelerators.

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