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June 28, 1987

QUALITATIVE TECHNOLOGY’S MATH ADVANTAGE TO BE OFFERED ON BBN’S BUTTERFLY PARALLEL PROCESSOR

By CBR Staff Writer

Bolt Beranek & Newman’s BBN Advanced Computers in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has signed to offer Quantitative Technology Corp’s Math Advantage scientific and engineering subroutine library on its Butterfly parallel processor: Math Advantage provides programmers with building blocks that can be called from C and Fortran programs and embedded in applications, including simulation of chemical processes, VLSI circuit simulation, image understanding for industrial inspection, and sonar signal processing; Math Advantage is $5,000 for the object code, $7,500 for the source.

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