Definition of Supercomputers

1. Noun. (plural of supercomputer) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Supercomputers

1. supercomputer [n] - See also: supercomputer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Supercomputers

supercompanies
supercompany
supercompetitive
supercomplex
supercomplexes
supercomplicated
supercompress
supercompressed
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supercompressing
supercompression
supercompressor
supercomputation
supercomputations
supercomputer
supercomputers (current term)
supercomputing
superconcentrated
superconception
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superconcerts
supercondensed
superconduct
superconducted
superconducting
superconducting supercollider
superconductive
superconductivities
superconductivity
superconductor

Literary usage of Supercomputers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. U. S. Industrial Outlook, 1994: Business Forecasts for 350 IndustriesBusiness & Economics (1994)
"Some scientists now predict that massively parallel supercomputers may have few practical ... All US vendors of supercomputers, even vector manufacturers, ..."

2. U.S. Export Control and Nonproliferation Policy and the Role and edited by Strom Thurmond (1998)
"In 1998, the Clinton administration decided it would effectively decontrol supercomputers. The controls on computers were slashed so that any computer ..."

3. A Catalog of National ISDN Solutions for Selected NIUF Applications (1993)
"ISDN can link high performance workstations to high-speed computing resources, such as supercomputers, at speeds high enough to provide reasonable ..."

4. U.S.-Japan Trade: White Paper edited by Burton Bouwkamp (1998)
"A faster schedule for inclusion of products in the comprehensive licensing system. A-8. Data Processing: Computers and supercomputers ..."

5. Global Competitiveness of U. S. Advanced-Technology Manufacturing Industries ...by DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"NASA no longer has a monopoly in this area because major foreign laboratories now have access to supercomputers and CFD technology.63 The NASA Numerical ..."

6. Supporting Congressional Oversight: Framework for Considering Budgetary by Michael J. Curro, Bryon Gordon, Carol Peace Robins (2001)
"While seven DOE labs have multiple supercomputers, the largest are associated with the Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative which is intended to ..."

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