NCSA 30 | 1997 March
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March 1997

National Computational Science Alliance created

The National Science Foundation's Partnerships for Advanced Computational Infrastructure initiative funded two massive programs, one led by NCSA and the other by the San Diego Supercomputer Center. Their mandate: develope a national-scale computational environment for multidisciplinary, collaborative problem solving. In other words, they were in charge of building a prototype of what would become known as the grid. As Larry Smarr, who led the Alliance and...

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