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Wolfram Light Weight Grid and parallel computing
I have attempted to set up and use the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager so I can do parallel computing from Mathematica using 2 remote processors on another machine on my local network. My ...
Feb 22 '12 at 22:26
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