Tag Archives: High Performance Computing
Abstract High-throughput genomic sequencing is characterized by large diverse datasets and numerous analysis methods. It is normal for an individual bioinformatician to work with thousands of data files and employ hundreds of distinct computations during the course of a single … Continue reading
We have given several presentations on our DSL approach to the management and analysis of big-data in the field of Biology. Now, with Karl Ward, we have been extending this approach to the systems layer, enabling more robust management and … Continue reading
I’ll be back in Tokyo, this time for the Shonan Meeting on Bridging the Theory of Staged Programming Languages and the Practice of High-Performance Computing. My talk will be on BINQ, a domain-specific-language for genomic computations.