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The First Ten Years of GRAPE

  • Daiichiro Sugimoto (a1)

Abstract

GRAPE is a project for a special-purpose computer dedicated to classical many-body problems. Its primary use is for gravitational many-body problem of stellar systems. It was initiated in 1989, and now its performance is in the range of 100 Tera-flops equivalent. As an introduction to this symposium, development of the GRAPE project is reviewed, where motivation to it is the main concern of this paper rather than the computer itself.

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