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  • HPC Training
    Get a New OSC Account Request Additional Resources Request a Classroom Project FAQ Computing Environments Available Hardware Training Accounts Available Software Statewide Software Manuals Consult Notices Policies Related Links Statewide Users Group Blue Collar Computing Ralph Regula School of Computational Science BALE Interface Lab Basic UNIX Description This course is designed for users who are learning UNIX for the first time but may be useful for users who want to extend their knowledge of Unix fundamentals For this reason the course will start with the basic structure of UNIX kernel and shell and the organization of files and directories into a tree hierarchy It will then cover the core unix topics which are logging in to and out of UNIX machines Unix command format command options Getting help man pages Getting out of trouble Control keys directory related commands pwd cd ls mkdir rmdir file naming techniques relative and absolute and wildcarding basic file related commands more cat rm mv file cp searching files grep command printing files types and meanings of file directory permissions and how to change them chmod I O redirection and Unix piping How to get started with Unix editors vi More advanced Unix commands and

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/supercomputing/training/bunix/ (2013-06-13)
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  • HPC Training
    Software Training Current Training and Events Educators Online OCS Lecture Series Press Releases Headlines Calendar of Events About OSC Media Kit OSC Media Contacts Staff Directory Visit OSC Supercomputing Support Networking Support Supercomputing HPC Support ARMSTRONG Client Portal Get a New OSC Account Request Additional Resources Request a Classroom Project FAQ Computing Environments Available Hardware Training Accounts Available Software Statewide Software Manuals Consult Notices Policies Related Links Statewide Users Group Blue Collar Computing Ralph Regula School of Computational Science BALE Interface Lab Intermediate UNIX Description This course is the follow on course to Basic Unix and covers that second level of Unix commands e g make and topics Different shell features and environments that the average UNIX users have heard about and have always wanted to learn Specifically the course will cover the following topics Comparison of the features and strengths of the various UNIX shells available Controlling your shell envirnoment intialization files Envirnoment variables History mechanism and Command line editing Secure connecting to Unix machines ssh rlogin telnet Advanced Unix commands filters find cmp tar compress script touch crontab split sort and others Extended regular expressions Advanced UNIX text processing egrep stream editing sed The make utility for large

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/supercomputing/training/iunix/ (2013-06-13)
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  • HPC Training
    Ralph Regula School Computational Chemistry Grid Summer Institute Young Women s Summer Institute HPC and Software Training Current Training and Events Educators Online OCS Lecture Series Press Releases Headlines Calendar of Events About OSC Media Kit OSC Media Contacts Staff Directory Visit OSC Supercomputing Support Networking Support Supercomputing HPC Support ARMSTRONG Client Portal Get a New OSC Account Request Additional Resources Request a Classroom Project FAQ Computing Environments Available Hardware Training Accounts Available Software Statewide Software Manuals Consult Notices Policies Related Links Statewide Users Group Blue Collar Computing Ralph Regula School of Computational Science BALE Interface Lab Unix Korn Shell Scripting Description Course participants will learn how to write and execute UNIX shell scripts used for the controlled execution of a series of basic UNIX commands As a introduction to the course the first topic will be a comparison of the various type of UNIX shells in terms of their script capabilities Then the basics of script writing creation writing in the shell programming language debugging and execution will be covered along with an overview of built in shell commands available to the user Advanced topics will include use of user shell environmental variables script commands for decision making looping

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/supercomputing/training/script/ (2013-06-13)
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  • HPC Training
    Collar Computing Computational Science Engineering Research Applications Networking Research Systems Research Research Report Ralph Regula School Computational Chemistry Grid Summer Institute Young Women s Summer Institute HPC and Software Training Current Training and Events Educators Online OCS Lecture Series Press Releases Headlines Calendar of Events About OSC Media Kit OSC Media Contacts Staff Directory Visit OSC Supercomputing Support Networking Support Supercomputing HPC Support ARMSTRONG Client Portal Get a New OSC Account Request Additional Resources Request a Classroom Project FAQ Computing Environments Available Hardware Training Accounts Available Software Statewide Software Manuals Consult Notices Policies Related Links Statewide Users Group Blue Collar Computing Ralph Regula School of Computational Science BALE Interface Lab C Programming Description This course is a description of the C programming language with emphasis on the features of C not present in other high level languages and why these extra capabilities are useful The bulk of the course will cover traditional language topics data types and expressions looping commands decision making constructs advanced data types arrays structures functions standard library routines I 0 statements In addition a detailed discussion of C pointers their definition and use will be provided Handouts June 2005 PDF Pete Carswell Workshop Solution Set Prerequisites

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/supercomputing/training/C/ (2013-06-13)
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  • HPC Training
    Series Press Releases Headlines Calendar of Events About OSC Media Kit OSC Media Contacts Staff Directory Visit OSC Supercomputing Support Networking Support Supercomputing HPC Support ARMSTRONG Client Portal Get a New OSC Account Request Additional Resources Request a Classroom Project FAQ Computing Environments Available Hardware Training Accounts Available Software Statewide Software Manuals Consult Notices Policies Related Links Statewide Users Group Blue Collar Computing Ralph Regula School of Computational Science BALE Interface Lab C Programming for Scientists Description The purpose of this course is teach the philosophy and syntax of the C programming languages Special emphasis will be placed on two areas Improvements to the C programming language found in C The object oriented programming features of C Since the object oriented approach to writing code is a new technique for many users the course offer a description of and rationale for this powerful programming style In terms of the C language in particular the following topics will be covered the class data type for object creation and use the various types of C functions function and operator overloading inheritance and class hierarchies the C I O stream and abstract data types Handouts June 2005 PDF Dr David Ennis November 1999

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/supercomputing/training/CC/ (2013-06-13)
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  • HPC Training
    Computational Chemistry Grid Summer Institute Young Women s Summer Institute HPC and Software Training Current Training and Events Educators Online OCS Lecture Series Press Releases Headlines Calendar of Events About OSC Media Kit OSC Media Contacts Staff Directory Visit OSC Supercomputing Support Networking Support Supercomputing HPC Support ARMSTRONG Client Portal Get a New OSC Account Request Additional Resources Request a Classroom Project FAQ Computing Environments Available Hardware Training Accounts Available Software Statewide Software Manuals Consult Notices Policies Related Links Statewide Users Group Blue Collar Computing Ralph Regula School of Computational Science BALE Interface Lab Improving Performance and Error Handling in C Programming Description A brief introduction to the traditional big picture of software optimization algorithms plus data structures will be provided by several performance analyses of the Standard Template Library A major section of the course is devoted to studying various idioms and design criteria for the writing of a concrete data class to represent an arithmetic type The topics to be covered in that section include Constructors The principle of lazy evaluation Type conversion Temporary objects Operator overloading Return value optimization Guidelines for inlining and memory management techniques will be presented The workshop will conclude with an introduction to

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/supercomputing/training/improvC++/ (2013-06-13)
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  • HPC Training
    Lecture Series Press Releases Headlines Calendar of Events About OSC Media Kit OSC Media Contacts Staff Directory Visit OSC Supercomputing Support Networking Support Supercomputing HPC Support ARMSTRONG Client Portal Get a New OSC Account Request Additional Resources Request a Classroom Project FAQ Computing Environments Available Hardware Training Accounts Available Software Statewide Software Manuals Consult Notices Policies Related Links Statewide Users Group Blue Collar Computing Ralph Regula School of Computational Science BALE Interface Lab Fortran 90 Features This course will describe the new features found in Fortran 90 which are aimed at extending the usefulness of the language These improved Fortran capabilities include free form source code pointers dynamic memory management array syntax expressions a CASE construct and derived data types capable of grouping together heterogeneous data In addition the machine specific optimization performed automatically by the Fortran 90 compiler as well as optimization techniques the Fortran 90 programmer can employ will be discussed Handouts September 1999 by Troy Baer PDF HTML with Frames HTML with Frames includes RealAudio Previously Taught F90 Course This one day workshop will focus on the mechanics of using the CF90 compiler on OSC s CRAY Y MP8E supported CF77 extensions and CF90 features Workshop topics

    Original URL path: http://archive.osc.edu/supercomputing/training/f90/ (2013-06-13)
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  • HPC Training
    New OSC Account Request Additional Resources Request a Classroom Project FAQ Computing Environments Available Hardware Training Accounts Available Software Statewide Software Manuals Consult Notices Policies Related Links Statewide Users Group Blue Collar Computing Ralph Regula School of Computational Science BALE Interface Lab Java as a Programming Language Description The emphasis of this new OSC workshop will be on presenting Java as a high level programming language capable of solving scientific problems graphical animation of the results and run time program control through a window based interface A case study of a specific problem will combine all three of these Java programming abilities together into an example code The Java programming library and runtime environment provide a true write once run anywhere capability due to its incorporation within Internet browsers Thus using Java for programming problem solutions ensures widespread portability The table of contents for this workshop reads like the first pages of a typical programming language textbook with concepts familiar to programmers who use other languages but with Java syntax and capabilities Such concepts include Data structures variables Operators expressions Looping statements Flow control statements Functions Input Output Object Oriented Programming Java library routines Extensive Visualization Classes Windowing Classes from

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