Definitions for "Beowulf"
Keywords:  epic, poem, hero, saxon, anglo
A Geat, and the hero of the poem; son of Ecgtheow; nephew of Hygelac; later king of the Geats.
the legendary hero of an anonymous Old English epic poem composed in the early 8th century; he slays a monster and becomes king but dies fighting a dragon
Beowulf (c. 700-1000 A.D.) is a heroic epic poem. At 3,182 lines, it is notable for its length in comparison to other Old English poems. It represents about 10% of the extant corpus of Old English poetry.
cluster of Linux based PC's, using commodity hardware and open source software
a cluster of very cheap Linux machines, hooked up through a local network and using specialized software to work like a very expensive parallel computer
a collection of personal computers (PCs) interconnected by widely available networking technology running any one of several open-source Unix-like operating systems
Keywords:  umlaut, venice, thrash, suicidal, beach
Beowulf (no umlaut over the "U") was a hard rock band from Los Angeles, California active during 1970s and 1980s. It should not to be confused with the Venice Beach crossover thrash band Beowülf (with an umlaut over the "U") of the Suicidal family.
a collection of nodes working on a single computation