Sequoia 2000 is a collaboration between earth scientists and computer scientists
that is intended to produce advances in earth science, computer tools with which
to do earth science, and computer technology that can be applied to other
There are several resources you can use to learn more about Sequoia 2000
("S2K") and its goals. The CS Division at Berkeley has a nice little blurb about
the project here.
In addition, you can try the following:
- S2K Slide ShowA set of Persuasion slides that give a high-level
overview of the project have been digitized and placed on-line. (You will
need a viewer capable of rendering GIF files.)
- S2K Technical ReportsA large number of Sequoia 2000 technical
reports are available from this server. These include a pair of overview
papers, one written by the former computer
science project co-director, Mike Stonebraker, and the other written by
science project co-director, Jeff Dozier.
- S2K World-Wide Web ServerYou can visit the Sequoia 2000 WWW home page at
the San Diego Supercomputer Center. This home page has some on-line demos and
displays that explain what we're doing in a more exciting, graphical format.
Here are some shortcuts to servers that are on the Berkeley campus:
- S2K Project Staff
617 Soda Hall #1776
CS Division, Dept. of EECS
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-1776
Click here to return to the
Sequoia 2000 FTP server home page.
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