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This presentation accompanied a practical demonstration of Amazon's Elastic Computing services to CNET students at the University of Plymouth on 16/03/2010.
The practical demonstration involved an obviously parallel problem split on 5 Medium size AMIs. The problem was the calculation of the Clustering Coefficient and the Mean Path Length (Based on the original work done by Watts and Strogatz) for large networks. The code was written in Python taking advantage of the scipy, pyparallel and networkx toolkits
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