[gate-users] Running Gate on a Cluster

Groiselle, Corinne Corinne.Groiselle at umassmed.edu
Sat Oct 9 14:52:19 CEST 2004

To run GATE on a cluster, you have to split the simulation in sub simulations that will be distributed to the different CPUs and run in parallel. There are two main ways to do it: by time or activity depending on the type of simulations and output you are generating.
Corinne J. Groiselle, PhD
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Division of Nuclear Medicine / Department of Radiology
University of Massachusetts Medical School 
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From: gate-users-bounces at lphe1pet1.epfl.ch on behalf of Mutanga Theodore
Sent: Sat 10/9/2004 5:03 AM
To: gate-users at lphe1pet1.epfl.ch
Subject: [gate-users] Running Gate on a Cluster

Hello there, does anyone know some HOWTO's on running GATE on a cluster
to speed up the jobs ?


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