Department of Cognitive Science
High Performance Computing Facility
The High Performance Computing facility is an 19 node (37 CPU, 222-core) beowulf cluster available to Cognitive Science researchers to run computationally intensive models.
Cluster technical details
The management/login node is a single-CPU, 6-core server running Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The compute nodes are powered by dual 6-core Xeon processors with 4GB RAM and 250GB of storage and run CentOS Linux.
A gigabit ethernet switch is used for the interconnect as well as the management network.
- Friday 28th Apr,
Professor Bob McMurray,
"Long-term adaptation to uncertainty in lexical processing by Cochlear ..."
- Tuesday 2nd May,
Professor Mary Peterson,
"Towards a new understanding of object perception."
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