What is the difference between weak grid and stiff grid?

What is the difference between weak grid and stiff grid? Image link: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/269301757_What\u0027s_the_difference_between_traditional_power_grid_and_smart_grid_-_From_dispatching_perspective
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  • Now he runs against a total stiff, Tim Kaine, who is weak on crime and borders, and wants to raise your taxes through the roof.(More…)
  • Beans basis has been popping for new crop, but now the BNSF freight is finding life as well to offset the difference.(More…)
  • Durable burrs made of material like steel last over time and are easy to maintain and clean with a stiff brush.(More…)


  • The morphology of the mineral grains was studied using a JEOL JEM-2100 Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) at an acceleration voltage of 200 kV. Carbon coated grids with 200mesh were used for this method.(More…)



Now he runs against a total stiff, Tim Kaine, who is weak on crime and borders, and wants to raise your taxes through the roof. [1] Because the forces (known as van der Waals) between the molecules are very weak, polymers are very elastic (like a rubber band), can be easily melted, and have low strength. [2] This makes quite the difference when it comes to problems like issues with the knees. [3] The examination of the mineralogical content of each of the three most commonly detected non-clay minerals with a Kruskal-Wallis test did not show any differences among the three species either (Qz: H  2.36, p   0.31; Cc: H  0.58, p   0.75; feld: H  0.99, p   0.61; Fig.   4a–c ); hence, no species driven trend in mineral use was observed. [4] The Kruskal-Wallis test indicated that there was no significant difference in the mean grain size among the three species (H  5.7, p   0.057). [4] The mean grain size presented a marginal trend towards a significant difference among the three species (Kruskal-Wallis H  6.23, p   0.044), whereas the observed differences in the sorting of the grains and the Qz content were not statistically significant (Kruskal-Wallis H  3.84, p   0.146 and H  4.97, p   0.083, respectively). [4] Pairwise comparisons performed with Mann-Whitney U-test between the species showed that there was a marginally significant difference in the mean grain size between the Barn and the Red-rumped Swallows (U  8, p   0.043) but a non-significant trend between the Barn Swallows and the House Martins (U  12, p   0.058). [4] Pairwise comparisons between the species showed that there was statistically significant difference between the Barn and the Red-rumped Swallow for the sand and silt percentages (Mann-Whitney U  11, p   0.031 and U  9, p   0.018 respectively) but not for the clay percentage. [4] Using these nest samples (excluding the high Hal ones) similar marginally significant difference was found in the Qz content between Barn and Red-rumped Swallows (U  8, p   0.043), but a non-significant difference was observed between the Red-rumped Swallow and the House Martin (U  5, p   0.083). [4] Excluding the Halloysite rich nest samples from the statistical analyses, a significant difference in quartz use is noted only between the Barn and the Red-rumped Swallow. [4]

Specific data on the texture of the building materials of hirundine mud nests have been presented before only by Kilgore and Knudsen 14, who reported textural differences between the Cliff Swallows ( Petrochelidon pyrrhonota ) and the Barn Swallows of Western Montana. [4] To test for possible differences in nest mineral composition among the three hirundine species, Permutational Multivariate Analysis of Variance (PERMANOVA 45 ) based on Euclidean distances was performed, using the function ‘adonis’ of the ‘vegan’ package 46 in R 3.3.2. [4] Permutational Multivariate Analysis of Variance (PERMANOVA) did not reveal any significant differences in the total mineral composition of the nests between the three species ( F   0.759, p   0.575). [4]

In the cases of smectite absence (or its presence in very low amounts), the amounts of halloysite and kaolinite determined in the nests are in agreement with this difference in mineral plasticity: the amount of halloysite is about 90%, i.e. about 5–15 times higher than the amount of smectite in almost every case. [4] Subsequently, we investigated potential differences of the most important minerals (those with the higher percentages in the nest samples) and soil/sediment preferences among the three species. [4] Again though, a Kruskal-Wallis test indicated that there was no significant difference in any of the grain percentages among the three species. [4] A permutation test with 999 permutations was applied to test the hypothesis -i.e. that no differences occur among the three species 45. [4]

The observed difference in the sorting of the grains was not statistically significant (Kruskal-Wallis H  3.32, p   0.19). [4] If specialized shoes have not yet made a difference in improving your knee pain, it’s time to look into using specialized orthotics. [3] It has been shown that sandy to silty substrates such as loess are preferable substrates for Bee-eaters 23 and Sand Martins 15, 18, and that even slight differences in the clay percentage affect the selection of nest substrates by Malachite Kingfishers 20. [4] As the effect of high Hal nest samples (apparent outliers in the cluster analysis and CA) could be masking the possible differences among other nest samples, we performed additional statistical comparisons of the mineralogical and sedimentological characteristics excluding the Hal enriched nest samples from Chromio. [4]

Beans basis has been popping for new crop, but now the BNSF freight is finding life as well to offset the difference. [5] Argentine beans dropped by 2.0 mmt to 54 mmt, so as we thought Brazil made up for the difference. [5] The big difference was the Brazil bean production up to 114 mmt vs the May at 111.6 mmt. [5] The first indication of their specific age difference was in Family Album “The Early Years”, which implied that Luigi was born after Mario by several years. [6] In the Mario cartoon series, Luigi playfully refers to Mario as his “little big brother”, likely due to their height difference. [6] Despite the small age difference, Luigi directly refers to Mario as “big bro” in the same game on more than one occasion. [6] Gameplay-wise, there are no differences between him and Mario. [6] There also remains chatter of lower corn acres next year, but yield could offset some of that difference. [5] Not a huge difference, but it would make weather for corn a little more important to achieve trend yields. [5]

The multiple kinds of propellant uses may be confusing, but these distinctions are crucial to understanding the huge cost difference. [7] The difference is primarily caused by the fact that you need a huge amount of propellant to move the Mars transit propellant from Earth, but only a small amount to move it from the Moon. [7] To show the huge numeric difference in cost between Earth-based and lunar based propellant at L1, we do need to do some simple calculations. [7] Assuming that we have not underestimated the tanker mass, the delivery propellant mass from Earth to LEO to L1 is 57.5 times more (74.8/1.3) than the delivery propellant mass from the Moon to L1 for the same 1 ton of propellant as payload. (Note that this mass difference is about three to four times larger than the typical cost difference of 1520.) [7] Allowing it some reasonable time to develop will allow it to evolve an appropriate set of technologies and methods that naturally fit these differences. [7]

Part of me feels like the USDA was a little light on last year’s yields and they are lagging behind now to make up the difference. [5] A space coach departing Earth orbit could be illuminated with a beam that increases its power output by a small amount, say 10% (large enough to make a measurable difference in performance, yet small enough that major modifications are not required to the ship as it just experiences slightly brighter illumination while in beam). [7] For a planetary colony, it supplies electrical power by tapping the electrical potential difference between the ground and the planet’s ionosphere. [7]

Will these exports start to tail off as South America starts to ramp up exports and how fast does that occur? Basis continues to be weak on both corn and beans and that looks like it will continue. [5] Basis continues to be very weak on beans and corn decided to join in today also losing a few cents. [5] Basis continues to be weak as the nearby markets are swimming in both corn and beans. [5] Basis on the PNW continues to be weak for corn and beans, but should improve quickly once harvest is complete. [5] Concern remains high for both the corn and bean export business and weak basis levels continue to tell that story. [5]

Corn basis continues to stay very weak as well as new business is not taking place. [5] Basis continues to be weak due to the freight situation as well, as it gives processors an easy out to buy corn. [5] Basis continues to be weak on the front end and that is going to continue into November. [5] They raised the yields in MO, ND, SD, and CO, but they were offset by lower yields in IN, OH, and AR. Basis continues to be the weak link on the nearby markets, but that should improve once harvest is done. [5] Basis levels continue to be weak as harvest pressure continues and storage gets tight. [5] Export business and weak basis values remain the biggest factor on the markets. [5] It is not nearly as exciting of a rally since basis is weak, but its better than nothing. [5]

Overnight trade was very weak with corn down a dime and beans down 6 at one point. [5] Weak export sales pulled beans slightly lower for a while today, but they recovered into the close. [5]

They need to be fed by a nuclear reactor or equivalent, solar cells are too weak. [7] Early experiments by Mironov and Demirci?s team confirmed that relatively weak magnetic fields could successfully levitate and assemble tissue spheroids taken from primary sheep chondrocytes. [8] PNW values are fairly weak once we get into the June and July time slots. [5] By the time Company E had passed the strongpoint, Company F had crossed the Cloville-St-Georges-d’Elle road, hitting and turning the weak flank of the enemy. [9]

I used to be a runner as well and have heard that a tight ITB and a weak Vastus Medialis, with subsequent knee problems, are common with runners. [10]

If you are flexible in certain movements and not others, you need to work on (slowly, gradually and safely) increasing flexibility in the directions that are stiff while easing off on the stretches that are easier. [10] Beans should be the leader if we decided to rally this month. 9.95 Nov futures would be very stiff resistance to try and achieve. [5] The bikes are much stiffer these days, with the carbon-fiber frames, especially the aero frames, and the aero rims — like when you’re running like a 50mm-section rim, which is quite deep — all that stuff is stiff, so the lower pressure helps provide more comfort for the rider.” [11] This made a strong material, very much like pykrete that offered a stiff outer hull to protect against larger impacts. [7]

Durable burrs made of material like steel last over time and are easy to maintain and clean with a stiff brush. [12] The Parker probe will also explore the mystery that Eugene Parker, now a 91-year-old physicist emeritus from the University of Chicago in Illinois, left for his scientific heirs: What drives the gale of charged particles expanding hundreds of kilometers per second out into the solar system? Low in the corona, the solar magnetic field has a stiff hold on plasma. [13]

The challenge stems from the complexity of the 3D magnetic topology, the large difference in time scales from Alfvenic (10-7s) to confinement time (hundreds of s), the large difference in space scales from micro-instabilities (mm) to the machine size (few meters), and most importantly, from the strongly non-linear nature of plasma instabilities, which need to be avoided or controlled. [14] If you’re a power-user–someone who intends to grind a lot of coffee a day, every day, and really puts their machinery to the test–the sturdier base may be make a difference in the long run for you, as you will need to readjust your grind calibration less frequently. [12]

We use finite difference schemes coded in C++ and an iterative procedure to compute the equilibrium dynamics, the stationary distribution, the shock exposure and cost elasticities, and rho-mixing coefficients of our model. [14] We use finite difference discretization techniques to formulate the optimal control problem as a general non linear programming problem, which may contain up to tens of thousands of control and state variables. [14]

In this work, we present an asynchronous computing algorithm based on finite difference schemes for PDEs where no synchronization between processing elements (PEs) is enforced. [14] There is a difference between an artist?s work and the history of their work. [15]

Computational loops that perform compact finite difference calculations are accelerated using OpenMP 4.X constructs, where in some instances a change from the default memory layout is beneficial. [14] To combat this, we propose an integer programming model called ORCA which finds the pattern with the absolute maximum percentage difference between cases and controls. [14] This talk will discuss and compare simulations at 18km, 9km, 5km, 2.5km and 1.25km resolution, by analysing the statistical differences of horizontal and vertical motions, and expected ensemble statistics for extreme events at 5km, and by limited investigations into the relative effects of different choices for the numerics and (remaining) physical parametrizations. [14] Voltmeter – An instrument used for measuring electrical potential difference between two points in an electric circuit. [16] We show that accuracy of commonly used finite difference schemes is degraded when they are used asynchronously. [14]

We show that the new technology implemented in NEST achieves perfect weak scaling with respect to memory usage and good weak scaling with respect to runtime, which is a breakthrough on the way to brain-scale simulations in the exascale era. [14] Abstract Next-generation exascale systems will fundamentally expand the reach of biomolecular simulations and the resulting scientific insight, enabling the simulation of larger biological systems (weak scaling), longer timescales (strong scaling), more complex molecular interactions, and robust uncertainty quantification (more accurate sampling). [14]


The morphology of the mineral grains was studied using a JEOL JEM-2100 Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) at an acceleration voltage of 200 kV. Carbon coated grids with 200mesh were used for this method. [4] Naturally a planet would not be foolish enough to use their grid to land a hostile invasion force. [7] There it uses its tractor beam to land itself, instantly creating an invader-controlled grid on the surface of the hapless planet. [7] Use a grid stand on a floor with tile squares, wooden beams or painted lines to ensure your feet are lined up level and parallel. [10]

Without grid support, an invasion force trying to land troops would need lots of rockets with ugly mass ratios. [7] One: you need a cooking method that does not require the grid to be functioning. [17]

Keep in mind that summer stresses our fragile power grid to the max, as everyone increases their usage of electricity to try and keep cool with air conditioners and fans. [17] If power beaming were efficient and cheap, I believe space-based solar power would be quite viable even for grid power. [7]

It can use technobabble tractor beams to grab a spacecraft at a range of tens of thousands of miles and gently lower it to land in the center of landing grid. [7] Conveniently the FTL drive can operate the instant a ship (or space-going landing grid) is several planetary diameters away from the planet, so the grid does not even need any rockets. [7] Landing grid is twice as wide as it is tall, it doesn’t look like the Eiffel Tower. [7] Donglian Xu 49127a2cc09b4270a622dc1acf4c30d8830d18cd http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/049d3ba1307f105c0eb56d2be21ba40d A postdoc working on IceCube Dongpu Jin 3d6d76b9376bc1e7787f52dc89f7003d04fa0666 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/2d466b18ee16c02d55bcc87f9e2d0ecb A student attending CSCE 835 Cluster and Grid Computing at University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Fall 2013. [18] Brian Lin 026718919cb6a13e64c8df3b53398c7214ceeaf1 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/fc1838a2f2410f7ef0b9ae2531dda84e Working on the OSG Software Team in Madison brianhlin Brian Lindquist ba89f75d4c1ceb07b2ae7ceac6f6aa5e00ed38d2 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/a9023d4e0f1bc254cb20e559945c8676 Using Grid resources as member of ATLAS physics experiment. [18] Maria Isabel Pedraza Morales 40585b5be70d31e90a02c186d879bc49d97cfd38 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/dab1d8feb00b82e93e987d001466eaf3 I am professor at the Autonomous University of Puebla working in collaboration with the CMS experiment of the LHC at CERN. I am interested in adding our local computing laboratory as a Tier 3 to the CMS Grid. [18] I can confirm grid certificate requests for T2K collaborators in the U.S. Alyssa Loos 30747ae12ed6c62065f2c9f70e4ca7c28ed27b28 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/d1fc3c8717d942670ee2baac46c038c9 I am a grad student at the University of South Carolina working on the Belle and Belle II experiments. [18] Andrew Straiton Hard b6654fcbaa51ff1c4b14737dfb8d92d1eb3d1cf0 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/5c51d0f8c980e3deaae2890c60303044 I am a graduate student working on the ATLAS experiment at CERN. I use the grid to analyze data for the measurements of the Higgs boson particle properties. [18] Michael Strauss 3b9bf15b47c4eed643c715d36c5911b574d5445a http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/6473486607f8e247b4fe7c9501e9668c I am at the University of Oklahoma and have been a member of the ATLAS collaboration for a long time but not yet used the grid. [18]

John Butler 0ecaeffb7041f40526cf6de6c001a4e206fa56c2 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/69aa178ae6a1941559ff6fa49e4e1578 As a member of the ATLAS collaboration, use of the grid for data analysis is an essential part of my work. [18] Peter Michael Manning Jr 3be829d0d8b02af02dfd76370cbf6690c438cf63 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/83e5cd697b7d6996b480bacb89d0f70a I am a member of the ATLAS collaboration and use the grid network for data analysis. [18]

Till a few years ago, the ATLAS experiment at the LHC was using less than 10 million hours of walltime at HPCs annually, while over an exabyte of data was processed annually on the grid. [14] Abstract The ATLAS experiment at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider depends on the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid, the WLCG, for its remote computing infrastructure. [14] LHC experiments have traditionally used the infrastructure provided by the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid. [14] I used to be the Tier-2 grid center admin at MIT for the CMS experiment at CERN. Now, I work on the CMS Tier-3 grid center at Rice University. [18] ESGF RA and Grid Admin. Alexander Barnes 1e323b52ff863031ece41ae140bfce7cf9471af9 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/85769628c5fb56763bd85bcb4a1c924d I am a physics graduate student at the University of Connecticut and will soon be using the OSG for my analysis work. [18] Bradley Daniel Schoenrock 3ed56e73996e04bf538366a97f15015a8525b844 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/c3278904b8f7971d3268a62bcc142261 U.S. ATLAS Graduate student at Michigan State University, former DOE grid certificate holder Bradley W. Settlemyer 53068e0d5fc14a83e594c660a4bc17373caef5e0 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/3c3765b1cf8207a9779056ac68f288f7 I am a scientist in LANL’s HPC division. [18] Josh Hoyt 1c86bddd79c0c1b4fce8243a695acc4255d834d9 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/2e173402e396fa0f7f84a39949f527a7 I am working with OSG to lower the barriers for scientists collaborating using Web and grid resources. [18] Masanori Murakami 951f92a6d6c4ddd3abd3422cfe75af25678b26bc http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/e91ac3921cd4b8d70c6bd5b279bb242a I am working on Fusion Science program at ORNL, and collaborating with DIII-D Fusion Facility at San Diego, analyzing experimental data and predictions using PPPL developed TRANSP with Fusion Grid. [18] Matthew Relich f865cc9035820a5784e63d03a0b1e64ff6ee2e4b http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/d1ed0f01bbb986daa89e8f9a3bc2e295 I am a graduate student working with UCI. I use the grid for physics analysis. [18] I am working on a system to generate a large sample of Monte carlo events for a physics experiment, ARA(Askaryan Radio Array) with the plan to run on the Open Science Grid. [18] Jairo Enrique Serrano Castada da96c3c4d02b1ba11e4a8c1edbc7a7f2d3bb81fb http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/9e2a6d7c2dfc86f98bdfa003b7646254 i am the System Administrator of GRID and Cluster resources in the Universidad tecnolica de Bol’var Jake Bennett 962cd657f0670be92e5105db0c4e39179d8fdf28 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/130a1690dcee6efc713e7b38a9719c33 I am working on software and physics topics for the BelleII experiment. [18] Brendan Kiburg 4058f80d654f692a213edc2d00d40fbf260b04f4 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/680169c0c2e64c4350a8cafe4dbfb5c2 I’m working on the g-2 experiment and learning about grid services. [18] Learning about grid and OSG Katarzyna Grzelak 6d007caef28cf2dda2fe153695b2ed7708f85d7f http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/1d94c9f4ee9bbc15520c658b3705791e Member of the MINOS+ experiment Katayun Kamdin eff07f018032437d8af3a803ddc6dc0736dfe774 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/30e6a5b8b7bf11ff4acd60f393bd7d88 Hi I’m a member of the SNO+ collaboration. [18] FIU is interested in connecting computation/storage resource and faculty members to OSG. We already had a kickoff telephone conference with Bo Jayatilaka and OSG support team, who suggests me to start from requesting a user grid certificate that can be escalated to certificate with more privilege. [18] Andres Holguin Coral 8b77f7e9264888d6eadff95c512ac6878505164d http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/bc08f24e179487ffad3ba0052523c867 Currently I’m the site manager for a glite/emi site in Colombia for los Andes University we are trying to use the same infrastructure WN in order to share with both GRID (OSG,Glite/emi). [18] I am requesting a new grid certificate Brett Viren ca9776e904ef5ee4c9b3fd3e482a022923b12527 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/800fd332a461d0669051f78e934d3e39 Physicist currently working on software and computing for LBNE. Past efforts on Daya Bay, MINOS and others. [18] Julia Lynne Gonski d43d14a1b44196b440de1101c435ab5403cf63f2 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/05ab522746bb746a401e5b3864aef00f Working in offline muon DQ, need grid certificate to run Athena and make histograms from bytestream files. [18] I am currently at CERN and am involved with detector data quality, for which I need a grid certificate to access certain information online. [18] I’d like a grid certificate so I can get data and graduate some day. [18] Walter Wilcox 1428f8f0a88329e4ad9d89409cc9a6cce6ccbca6 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/cbe44cb0040cbda48a7b001d227c72ef Needing grid certificate for ILDG (International Lattice Data Grid). [18] I need a GRID certificate to work on a preliminary project in particle flow. [18] I need the grid certificate to run my CPU+GPU cluster in ERI Univ. of Tokyo. [18] I also contribute to the MC computing effort and as such need to push files onto the grid. [18] Kartik Vedalaveni 30194a7aad2af03b8736df9e55ebcd344dee747d http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/d14c2fb30b156351d04f0aadc8071660 Hi, I am working on grid computing from Holland Computing Center. [18] This has resulted in impressive gains in overall utilization of Titan, while benefiting the physics objectives of ATLAS. For both modes, BigPanDA has integrated traditional grid computing with HPC architecture. [14] Abstract The PanDA software is used for workload management on distributed grid resources by the ATLAS experiment at the LHC. An effort was launched to extend PanDA, called BigPanDA, to access HPC resources, funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE-ASCR). [14] In this talk, we demonstrate how Atlas, a new library developed at ECMWF, is used to complement ECMWF’s Integrated Forecasting System (IFS) model to enable a number of physical processes to be implemented on multiple grids. [14] Abstract Hydrodynamic realizations often contain numerical error arising from finite-dimensional approximation (e.g. numerical methods using grids, basis functions, particles, etc) and statistical uncertainty arising from incomplete information and/or statistical characterization of model parameters and random fields. [14] In my example model, the approximate law of motion is still a five-dimensional object, making it already too expensive to evaluate using Cartesian grids. [14] GyeongRyoon Kim 7666504787c8cac2af7ffc7d79b74b9625960f5d http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/cb270347980931adf52e94396fcf0b10 One of my jobs is to support CDF experiment which is using OSG grid middleware. [18] Tom FIroozmand 24dee19fada1a2f1c3fbee94c5affa474ae01b66 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/5a74c660a8a06ce0b924f12a3a9e68b2 System administrator for University of Maryland HEP CMS Tom Lee 49ec14150fca7cebb3d0883d790fc9980fc80dfa http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/ba9d6037a029421cfcbd7cee7ebcc262 Systems administrator for OSG Grid Operations Center. [18] Aneesh Manohar e7434bce99296d27789ff27877a67322647cc921 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/d70361713245651b7643f7aef04461a8 Grid certificate to submit jobs to the OSG cluster from UC San Diego. [18] Etta Burns 776e05df4a4a1f712da7f6af15ab605b69d10801 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/f5f5aa84799e063e4c0ef733800b56ba Grid Administrator Ettore Enrico Delfino Ligorio ee3e1f66ec27b282b11b06779713319320bebd0c http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/2b29c2163004044e7ff941cfa1065507 I work at Iniversity of S Paulo, with HPC. I was present at “Sao Paulo OSG school”. [18] I work in supercomputing and distributed systems, mainly in Cluster, Grid and Cloud Computing. [18] Michael Kirby 51a1ed565309ea333bc008d09a1f34088f9a65e3 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/384f25285a1799bb8e2b4ea136bfd945 Fermilab Associate Scientist work in the Grid and Cloud Services Quadrant of Scientific Computing Division. [18]

Tom Fifield 4080b08b89f8f5fce1cb258290c13455a1cefa5a http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/5a85391738831755f3600fce24a68cc1 I’m a software engineer with a grid background who works on a few international VOs – mainly high energy physics experiments. [18] Numerical experiments on Pan-European power grid with large number of contingency scenarios demonstrate that the problem can be efficiently solved. [14] Intense solar storms can cause problems for satel lites and power grids. [13] Utility frequency – The frequency of the oscillations of alternating current (AC) in an electric power grid transmitted from a power plant to the end-user. [16] Abstract The electrical power grid is a critical infrastructure, and in addition to economic dispatch, the grid should operate with strict security measures and be resilient to failures of its components. [14] Abstract Emerging real-world graph problems include: detecting and preventing disease in human populations; revealing community structure in large social networks; and improving the resilience of the electric power grid. [14] Increased penetration of the renewable energy sources is placing greater stress on the grid, shifting operation of the power grid equipment towards their operational limits. [14] Security constrained optimal power flow (SCOPF) imposes additional security constraints, such that in the event of any contingency, the power grid will remain secure and within operational limits. [14]

Michael Hance 4e6afeb131b10484c2319c139890e710ab779f4b http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/e621a3545b27ef5db76b35a06301ebf5 I’m an ATLAS physicist working with local site admins in Berkeley to debug/improve our connectivity to various grid services. [18] Can I join and share resources from this group? Thanks very much and wish you all the best. ying wun yvonne ng 7eaae3eab855eecc773cf51ef621bea3a1f10a6f http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/b0686a10e8545637ead56b160dd6dcf2 UCI student looking to use the grid for phenomenology studies. [18] I would like to use amber, Gromacs and other web-servers at WENMR grid. [18] In addition to dataset retrieval, I use the grid for generating ensembles of pseudo-experiments for statistical tests. [18] This minisymposium will explore the software and operational lessons learned in integrating HPCs with traditional grid computing, and describe recent efforts to use BigPanDA for many other scientific domains. [14] We use open science grid to perform large scale event by event simulation of relativistic heavy ion collision. [18] Weather and climate models are improving the accuracy of their simulations with some factors such as the reduction of parametrization or the increase of grid resolution. [14] A couple of case studies have been considered: the former relates to the output of a WRF model running over the Brazilian region of Curitiba, whereas the latter includes both simulated data, through an unstructured grid forecasting model running at CMCC by the Ocean Predictions and Applications Division, and observations over the Apulia region in the South-East of Italy. [14] Abstract Increasing ensemble size, grid resolution and complexity of Earth system models have driven data volumes to a point where scientists are forced to give some of it up. [14] I may launch jobs in the future, but for now I plan on using the grid utilities to move data around. [18] Using sparse grids, we mitigate the curse of dimensionality that otherwise renders conventional grid-based approaches unfeasible. [14] The N -body problem is then solved on a hierarchy of levels and grids using geometric multigrid algorithms. [14]

Among the objectives of the project is to extend both users and resources basis by inter-operating with other grids worldwide. [18] I am applying for the Fusion Grid certificate as user of the TRANSP code. [18] I had a grid certificate, but needed to revoke it because I lost the p12 file. [18] At TIFR, I obtained the grid certificate from Mumbai which expires on 8 September 2017. [18]

Gary Varner 352ce3d5a024966568084774147a70cbf088e53f http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/de79e5e1f4ef3e1e262f3471957c83d8 Belle II analysis on Grid Gaurang Mehta 8be4458be2225dca92ec6a1e0066c0f71e13f0b6 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/9b2aef483624ce68567e6ad52c6a5f23 Gavin Stuart Davies f46623cb0c63cc3a74ac1272b9ff6114eac6eb4d http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/16fd38df9511193598ce9d4ef81431ca I am an Indiana University Postdoctoral Fellow. [18] I am responsible for the Grid software at the CMS group at Rice University. [18] Jeffrey Willard Temple 1cb3a20049bda4706ddfb7f5464aa0c7b66eee04 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/d720e42ff7a144b1a039c671ceddbf7a I’m an admin for a CMS tier 3 grid cluster at the University of Maryland. [18]

John Alexander Sanabria Ordonez 057265d8fe8d16b6fab4b45d5f3db2028f30a115 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/150cc01d1ef312d0b82b1d9dedf7a58d I’m member of Grid Colombia and coordinator of the west side of the country. [18] Karen Fernsler 1ad2e4bf46bc2ab55a2d82db2c32161f710928ea http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/6c55872a8e5af61ff265e8287eaf0ca2 Systems Engineer, LBNL. RA for hostcert requests for LBNL. Karen Shepelak fc0b69a4e4de74224d1c262c626776185892cd14 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/b6fb95412413ffd671fdc49b66bbc32f Grid Admin at Fermilab Karen Smoler Miller 96b0c31d3542952e46ff63c0e308ac8a4f584b44 http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/5e0eff5aa7cfd1bce40407db101fdb40 Member HTCondor/CHTC team. [18] Paul Geffert ffa97448162501478b2b373e3d5aa6283f999cdc http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/95acfe4f4acc2ae8a51cc5ec88bf2c44 I am a member of CMS the administrator of a very small grid storage element at UC Santa Barbara. [18] I have been been involved with OSG long before it was called the OSG. I specialize in campus grids, HTC, and enterprise grids. [18] Craig Bookwalter 1be5391d51bb6f4a2e918f9b50f07d83c164444e http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/7b5ea6a84b4cc8db1b14a15690fb373f Hi, I am a postdoc at Pacific Northwest National Lab, and I’m helping out with the Belle 2 grid computing effort. [18] Therefore, Vlasiator includes advanced high-performance computing techniques available from load-balancing to highly scalable grids to allow massively parallel computations. [14] The value of the error is found to depend on both grid spacing as well as characteristics of the computing system including number of PEs and statistics of the delays. [14] The proposed strategy thus combines adaptive sparse grids with a cross-sectional density approximation, and introduces a framework for solving the more general class of dynamic models with firm or household heterogeneity accurately. [14] In order to capture those effects with standard particle-in-cell models an extremely fine mesh with O (10^8. 10^9) grid points is necessary to meet the condition of high resolution. [14] At these resolutions, some of the key processes such as deep convection, gravity wave drag and ocean eddies can be resolved explicitly on the model grid and thus much closer to first principles. [14] At a grid spacing of 930 m (1.9 km), we achieve a simulation throughput of 0.043 (0.23) simulated years per day and an energy consumption of 596 MWh per simulated year. [14] Depending on the type of acquisition (streamer versus Ocean bottom node), the number of simulations per iteration can range from several thousands to hundreds of thousands and the grid size can contain from millions to hundreds of millions of points. [14] We focus on the implementational aspects of the Sparse Grid Combination Technique for massively parallel simulations and the integration into a fault-tolerant framework. [14] We present and evaluate different refinement approaches for particulate flows by comparing their accuracy and performance to simulations with uniform grids. [14] With adaptive grid refinement, we can significantly improve the efficiency of such simulations since the overall workload is reduced. [14]

It uses a finite-volume discretization on a yin-yang spherical grid. [14] I need to disown the rights for the T3_Princeton_ICSE grid site. [18] Due to its hierarchical nature, the Sparse Grid Combination Technique provides a unique approach to realize algorithm-based fault tolerance without the need of checkpoint-restart by calculating alternative combination schemes that exclude failed resources. [14]

In order to maintain that we have to do some test at GRID level. [18]

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