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CMSC 714 Lecture 23 Applications Alan Sussman 2 Notes ! Group Project presentations next Tuesday/Thursday email sent with (approximate) schedule final report due Wed., Dec. 14 ! Course evaluation web site open – http://www.CourseEvalUM.umd.edu ! Exam returned today Average: 73 Median: 76 25%: 63 75%: 85 3 Anton ! Special purpose machine built for molecular dynamics simulations, built at D.E. Shaw Research to simulate biological processes that occur on very small time scales (10 -15 sec), such as protein folding, interaction between proteins, etc. and simulate those processes for a long time ! Molecular dynamics force calculation followed by integration step to move particles biomolecular forces have 3 parts bonded forces – small atomic groups with covalent bonds van der Waals forces – all pairs of atoms, but fall off quickly with distance (so only need close ones) electrostatic forces – all pairs of atoms, fall off slowly with distance – divide into 2 parts to avoid all pairs computation 4 Anton ! Anton machine up to 512 nodes in 8x8x8 torus each node has 2 parts on 1 chip high throughput interaction subsystem (HTIS) for range-limited interactions , using 32 hardwired pairwise point interaction pipelines (PPIPs) flexible subsystem with 8 programmable geometry cores (GCs) for less
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