Evolution of High Performance Computing Systems to Support Massively Intensive Applications

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Muhammad Waqas-ur-Rehman
M. Aqeel Iqbal,Zohaib Hassan, Muhammad Asad-ur-Rehman
Nisar Ahmad Khan, Zeeshan Javed


Computing is mainly defined as a process of rising and an up gradational activity of computer technology a computer-specific part of
information technology merging and confining both software and hardware within designing and building of many virtual endless purposes like
intelligent behavior, processing, gathering information and structuring etc. In this paper a systematical methodology of designing and theory of
High performance computing systems has been mentioned which is being under review and progress since long time including the four
architectural grand challenges of high performance computing systems; whose progress still can and will bring a revolutionary changes and will
support to efficient computing. In this section we include both the era and hereafter facing the challenges form the epoch to the next generation.
In this we mainly focused on the theory and design there characteristics and requirement a wide ranging discussion which establish an approach
for the intensity of computing so that high performance can be acquired. The high performance computing is distributed in to two levels theory
and its architectural design both of the aspects are classified in to different levels and will be discussed in detail. It mainly focused that should
there be a feasible design according to the previous given constraints that supported enhancement in computing performance and the theory
provides a guideline to reconfigure the constellation of methodology. In this paper the architectural design and theory will be discussed in detail.



Keywords - High Performance Computing (HPC), Cloud Computing, Grid Computing, Distributed Computing, Cluster Computing


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