Distributing the Workload

Augen, Jeff
September 2004
Bio-IT World;Sep2004, Vol. 3 Issue 9, pS-22
Academic Journal
Discusses bioinformatics problems in a clustered environment. Categories of the problems; Approaches for performing sequence searches in the environment; Solution for computing infrastructure design.


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