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We are entering a new era in very high performance computing that will be dominated by parallel architectured systems. It is critical for the United States to maintain its leadership as this new era, with its broadened applications, evolves over the next decade. Toward this end the National Science Foundation sponsored a workshop in November 1983 to focus the collective strength of universities, industry, and government on projects for development of knowledge-intensive industries.

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