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Parallel Computing Toolkit

Unleash the Power of Parallel Computing
Version 2.1
April 2007
First edition
Intended for use with Mathematica 6 or higher
Software and manual: Dr. R. Maeder
Product manager: Nirmal Malapaka
Project manager: Eila Stiegler
Editor: Jan Progen
Software quality assurance: Rachelle Bergmann
Document quality assurance: Rebecca Bigelow and Lorri Coey
Graphic design: Jeremy Davis and Jody Jasinski
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