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Development of Biological Warfare Sensors Using High Performance Computer Systems

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3 Author(s)
Lanzagorta, M. ; ITT Corp., Washington, DC ; Eversole, J. ; Anderson, W.

The Optical Physics Branch of the Naval Research Laboratory conducts research to develop advanced Biological Warfare (BW) detection capabilities for the real-time autonomous classification of individual aerosol particles. This paper describes the porting of their MATLAB design code running on a non-networked collection of PC Window computers to code that runs under OCTAVE (an Open Source software package that allows a user to run MATLAB programs) on a collection of processors on a high performance computing system. The new code offers the potential for reducing the turnaround time for a single run from 40 hours to 35 minutes.

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DoD HPCMP Users Group Conference, 2008. DOD HPCMP UGC

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14-17 July 2008