[Air-l] parallel computing in economic geography

Irene Berkowitz berkowitz at mail.temple.edu
Tue May 13 14:16:45 PDT 2003


This site is tangentially related to your topic, but contains some very
good information http://www.mappingcyberspace.com/ .  You will have to
draw some of your own conclusion re: economic geography, but the maps
are helpful.

Irene Berkowitz
Program Director, Curricular Publications and Systems
Office of the Vice Provost
Temple University
tel. 215-204-7596  fax. 215-204 3175
berkowitz at mail.temple.edu

>>> plm2000 at mail.ru 05/13/2003 9:36:29 AM >>>
Hello

I'm seeking information about parallel computing (or 
super-/distributed-/computing) in economics, geography and (mostly) 
economic geography: possibilities, implementations, tasks, results, 
problems, etc. Is there any Internet-based distributed projects like 
"Folding at home" or "distributed.net" that concern economic geography 
(maybe in different ways, e.g. demography, transportations, etc)?

Regards,
Pavel Miliutin
Moscow State University, faculty of geography, world economy
department
plm2000 at mail.ru 


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