[Haskell-cafe] Haskell participating in big science like CERN
John Van Enk
vanenkj at gmail.com
Fri Oct 3 10:16:14 EDT 2008
"...gigabytes of data per second that they end up keeping, out of the
petabytes that are produced in the first place..."
Sounds like a good application for lazy evaluation! (Actually, they may have
to read over it all to make sure they can throw it away...)
On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 6:47 AM, Dougal Stanton <dougal at dougalstanton.net>wrote:
> 2008/10/3 Galchin, Vasili <vigalchin at gmail.com>:
> > Hello,
> > One of my interests based on my education is "grand challenge
> > Ok .. let's take the CERN Hadrian Accelerator.
> > Where do you think Haskell can fit into the CERN Hadrian effort
> > currently?
> > Where do you think think Haskell currently is lacking and will have
> > be improved in order to participate in CERN Hadrian?
> Is that the experiment where Picts are accelerated to just short of
> the speed of light in order to smash through to the Roman Empire? ;-)
> I don't know what the main computational challenges are to the LHC
> researchers. The stuff in the press has mostly been about
> infrastructure --- how to store the gigabytes of data per second that
> they end up keeping, out of the petabytes that are produced in the
> first place (or something).
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