Computational storage: an efficient and scalable platform for big data and HPC applications
Journal of Big Data, November 2019
Mahdi Torabzadehkashi, Siavash Rezaei, Ali HeydariGorji, Hosein Bobarshad, Vladimir Alves, Nader Bagherzadeh
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