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I/O streaming evaluation of batch queries for data-intensive computational turbulence

Kalin Kanov, Eric Perlman, Randal Burns, Yanif Ahmad, Alexander Szalay
2011 Proceedings of 2011 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis on - SC '11  
for our scientists' data-intensive workloads.  ...  Interpolation is fundamental to computational turbulence, over 95% of queries use these routines, and the partial sums method allows the JHU Turbulence Database Cluster to realize scale and throughput  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank the Turbulence Research Group at Johns Hopkins University for their help with user workloads, insightful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2063384.2063423 dblp:conf/sc/KanovPBAS11 fatcat:lo7pqmg6vzbjfg4tqvlr5pa7vq

The LBNL Superfacility Project Report [article]

Deborah Bard, Cory Snavely, Lisa Gerhardt, Jason Lee, Becci Totzke, Katie Antypas, William Arndt, Johannes Blaschke, Suren Byna, Ravi Cheema, Shreyas Cholia, Mark Day (+15 others)
2022 arXiv   pre-print
A key component of the project was the in-depth engagements with eight science teams that represent challenging use cases across the DOE Office of Science.  ...  The Superfacility model is designed to leverage HPC for experimental science.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the science teams that worked closely with the Superfacility team throughout the project.  ... 
arXiv:2206.11992v2 fatcat:j7peffkrv5ebzexnkhiwmzynpe

Exploring Scheduling for On-demand File Systems and Data Management within HPC Environments

Mehmet Soysal
2021
This is due to the colleagues with whom I spent a lot of time, both on and off the job. So I would like to thank these colleagues again for the great time.  ...  HPC systems and existing parallel storage systems are usually not designed for these new types of workloads.  ...  These workloads with varying degree of wall time accuracy, were then used as input for a scheduling simulator. The simulator uses the NAP metric to measure prediction accuracy of each simulation.  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/1000130537 fatcat:ux2csrymobegzdrdr6ow2rvahu

Exploring Scheduling for On-demand File Systems and Data Management within HPC Environments

Mehmet Soysal
2021
This is due to the colleagues with whom I spent a lot of time, both on and off the job. So I would like to thank these colleagues again for the great time.  ...  HPC systems and existing parallel storage systems are usually not designed for these new types of workloads.  ...  These workloads with varying degree of wall time accuracy, were then used as input for a scheduling simulator. The simulator uses the NAP metric to measure prediction accuracy of each simulation.  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/1000130537/v2 fatcat:q6mruzwe6fg5njkb667kgg57fe

Statistical shape modeling in virtual assembly using PCA-technique

Björn Lindau, Lars Lindkvist, Alf Andersson, Rikard Söderberg
2013 Journal of manufacturing systems  
Acknowledgements The authors would like to express their sincere thanks to GM R&D Center for providing support for the research. [1] DeCicco J., An F., Ross M., 2001, Technical Options for Improving the  ...  for SMEs".  ...  and prognosis models are used for the optimal planning and scheduling of maintenance activities [18] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jmsy.2013.02.002 fatcat:eaucg4ewmre3lefsbiihax6tza

Making sense of sensing systems

Victoria Bellotti, Maribeth Back, W. Keith Edwards, Rebecca E. Grinter, Austin Henderson, Cristina Lopes
2002 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems Changing our world, changing ourselves - CHI '02  
We could explore how to measure realitybased vs. non-reality-based knowledge on a more continuous scale. This requires a way to rate the degree of reality or innate-ness for a piece of knowledge.  ...  These questions may be explored in the workshop. Another side of this issue is that reality-based is typically not sufficient.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank to many of the former and current TMG students and colleagues in the MIT Media Lab for their contributions to the TUI research in the past 10 years at the  ... 
doi:10.1145/503447.503450 fatcat:oox2ir4w3bf7nemgqtj5dacqfa

Making sense of sensing systems

Victoria Bellotti, Maribeth Back, W. Keith Edwards, Rebecca E. Grinter, Austin Henderson, Cristina Lopes
2002 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems Changing our world, changing ourselves - CHI '02  
We could explore how to measure realitybased vs. non-reality-based knowledge on a more continuous scale. This requires a way to rate the degree of reality or innate-ness for a piece of knowledge.  ...  These questions may be explored in the workshop. Another side of this issue is that reality-based is typically not sufficient.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank to many of the former and current TMG students and colleagues in the MIT Media Lab for their contributions to the TUI research in the past 10 years at the  ... 
doi:10.1145/503376.503450 dblp:conf/chi/BellottiBEGHL02 fatcat:qraobvd44jadjfq4faprxdwue4

Enhancing the durational enhancement of a tone contrast

Carlos Gussenhoven
2006 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
They are probably the simplest generalization of the Kolmogorov spectrum of homogeneous and isotropic turbulence which accounts for the outer scale of turbulence.  ...  The jaw reaches maximum height during ͓s͔ for each subject studied; that height does not appreciably vary with vowel. This indicates that jaw height is important specifically for /s/ production.  ...  This hypothesis simplifies the analytic derivation of the scattering problem and has been proven to be accurate for the determination of the Volterra series for the small perturbation method ͑SPM͒.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4786135 fatcat:7wt7lq7gmfbk5mbm3fxedjriaa

Poster presentations

2010 Sleep and Biological Rhythms  
For preterm infants apnoea defi nitions are not Invited speakers The Divided Attention Steering Simulator (DASS) developed in the UK and the AusEd driving simulator developed jointly by UK and Australian  ...  at risk of MVAs and allow for more complicated and realistic experimental designs.  ...  CFD simulations of airfl ow were performed at a maximum fl ow rate of a 166 ml/s during inspiration. A mesh refi nement study was conducted and fi nal results were run using k-ω turbulence model.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1479-8425.2010.00457_4.x fatcat:hrwoqupbq5hrbg62w4qveczyuu

Oral presentations

2010 Sleep and Biological Rhythms  
For preterm infants apnoea defi nitions are not Invited speakers The Divided Attention Steering Simulator (DASS) developed in the UK and the AusEd driving simulator developed jointly by UK and Australian  ...  at risk of MVAs and allow for more complicated and realistic experimental designs.  ...  CFD simulations of airfl ow were performed at a maximum fl ow rate of a 166 ml/s during inspiration. A mesh refi nement study was conducted and fi nal results were run using k-ω turbulence model.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1479-8425.2010.00457_3.x fatcat:a4sjys5bmnb3panwqsj6b43h2a

Scientific Exhibits

2014 Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences  
All patients were simulated with CT and MRI before and after injection of 10 cc of Hydrogel. The first 10 patients had an additional MRI at completion of radiation.  ...  Simulation, volume generation and goals for target volume coverage and organ at risk (OAR) avoidance followed departmental protocols.  ...  The average DH ranged from 0.25 for static, 1 cm jaw width and 0.43 pitch to 0.30 for static, 5 cm jaw width and 0.43 pitch.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jmrs.74 pmid:27759942 pmcid:PMC4263487 fatcat:ccsk62gef5g47bfugrvtwqapj4

Finding a balance

Milton A. Gordon, Margaret F. Gordon
1996 New Directions for Higher Education  
A summary of the agreed conclusions and recommendations of the workshop are contained in the following section.  ...  A u g u s t 2 0 0 6 pg 3 information from the specialist papers to the authors of that paper rather than the entire workshop report.  ...  Acknowledgements: The City of Cape  ... 
doi:10.1002/he.36919969308 fatcat:mxod4c53irfuzk3a2hx2gqoa7i

Underwater noise due to precipitation

Lawrence A. Crum, Hugh C. Pumphrey, Andrea Prosperetti, Leif Bjorno
1989 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
However, the extraordinary spatial and temporal variability of the ocean has frustrated underwater acousticians for decades.  ...  Sound propagation is the preeminent technique for sensing, identifying, and communicating under the ocean surface.  ...  Numerical examples are given for some simple cases of flows and the use of the overall technique to explore sonic boom propagation in the turbulent atmosphere is outlined.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2026824 fatcat:xbwjl6wggjh5xee7ci2vcphfd4

A virtual auditory environment for investigating the auditory signal processing of realistic sounds

Sylvain Favrot, Jörg M. Buchholz
2008 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
jaw movements.  ...  This paper extends the previous models for turbulent mixing noise to predict the aeroacoustic characteristics of a three-dimensional turbulent flow over a Coanda surface.  ...  In a series of experiments we have been exploring the function of nonverbal facial motion.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2936003 fatcat:ontu6yamdvgbnooet5fe36fm74

Analysis of room transfer function and reverberant signal statistics

Eleftheria Georganti, John Mourjopoulos, Finn Jacobsen
2008 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
jaw movements.  ...  This paper extends the previous models for turbulent mixing noise to predict the aeroacoustic characteristics of a three-dimensional turbulent flow over a Coanda surface.  ...  In a series of experiments we have been exploring the function of nonverbal facial motion.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2935346 fatcat:lxgnqr6tozajhge3ydet3xomam
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