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quadrics

[′kwä·driks]
(mathematics)
Homogeneous, second-degree expressions.
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16] complete intersections of 2 quadrics, to rule out all C [member of] [M.
2](x) correspond to closed regions on the equator planes for the two quadrics (that is, the plane z = 0 for the ellipsoid and the plane z = l for the sphere).
Cluster Overview: Each node within the cluster contains QsNet ELAN3 by Quadrics, 4 GB of DDR SDRAM memory and 120 GB Disk Space.
Alpha Processor Inc (API) and Quadrics Supercomputers World have teamed up to develop high-performance supercomputers for the Linux operating system based on API's motherboards and Quadrics' third-generation ASIC.
Grauert worked on the case of a curve F consisting of 3 quadrics, i.
Models that contain up to 256 general quadric half-spaces can be processed by the RayCasting Engine in a single constant-time pass through the machine.
In this paper, we give descriptions of finding the volume bounded by a quadric surface and a plane.
The nodes are connected by a high-speed Quadrics Interconnect fat-tree network.
The number three machine, which knocks out some other ASCI boxes built by the US government, is a Lintel cluster built by Linux Networx using Quadrics system interconnect.
The system installed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and built by Linux NetworX and Quadrics, is an important step in supercomputing history as it demonstrates the potentially large impact Linux clusters will have in the high performance computing community.
3]))> spanned by the quadrics not containing the variable [x.
Fulcrum Microsystems today announced that Continuous Computing, Green Hills Software, Liquid Computing, Nimbus Data Systems, Open Grid Computing, Panasas, Quadrics, SMC Networks and XORP are founding members of the ControlPoint Developer Alliance, which was announced today.