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computation and design of machines. Thus the significant questions posed by
hadron physics are having a spinoff in the intellectual stimulation they provide
to computational science and, in turn, the subsequent ability to encode problems
in field theory, condensed matter, and other areas of science. I am reminded of
the title of Tony Hey's talk at a recent meeting of the British Association for
the Advancement of Science, and it provides an apt one-line summary of the multi-
disciplinary efforts flowing from computation at the nuclear-particle interface.
It was: "Quarks, Supercomputers, and Oil Prospecting".
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