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High Performance Computing & Communications: Toward a National Information Infrastructure -- The FY 1994 U.S. Research and Development Program.

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Howe SE, editor
Committee on Physical, Mathematical, and Engineering Sciences; Federal Coordinating Council on Science, Engineering, and Technology; Office of Science and Technology Policy; Executive Office of the President.
Abstract: 

First paragraph of Executive Summary: The goal of the Federal High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC) Program is to accelerate the development of future generations of high performance computers and networks and the use of these resources in the Federal government and throughout the American economy. Scalable high performance computers, advanced high speed computer communications networks, and advanced software are critical components of a new National Information Infrastructure (NII). This infrastructure is essential to our national competitiveness and will enable us to strengthen and improve the civil infrastructure, digital libraries, education and lifelong learning, energy management, the environment, health care, manufacturing processes and products, national security, and public access to government information.

Howe SE, editor. High Performance Computing & Communications: Toward a National Information Infrastructure -- The FY 1994 U.S. Research and Development Program. Committee on Physical, Mathematical, and Engineering Sciences; Federal Coordinating Council on Science, Engineering, and Technology; Office of Science and Technology Policy; Executive Office of the President.