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AMUN: A Practical Application Using the NILE Control System

Rich Baker1, Lin Zhou2, Jean Duboscq3
  1. Cornell University
  2. University of Florida
  3. Ohio State University

Speaker: Richard Baker

  AMUN (Advanced Monte Carlo Under NILE) is an application of the NILE Control System being used to generate Monte Carlo data for the CLEO experiment. The task of MC generation is divided into many small subtasks and distributed among a heterogeneous farm of processors. Individual processors can be added to or removed from the farm easily, allowing CLEO collaborators to loan their CPU power to the AMUN effort when the machines would otherwise be idle. Using the aggregated power of between 10 and 50 nodes, we can generate on the order of 1 million CLEO II.V tau pair events per day.

Presentation:  PowerPoint Short Paper:  Adobe Acrobat pdf 

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