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A distributed computing environment for interdisciplinary applications

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A distributed computing environment for interdisciplinary applications
Practical applications are generally interdisciplinary in nature. The technology is well matured for addressing individual discipline applications and not for interdisciplinary applications. Hence, there is a need to couple the capabilities of several different computational disciplines to address these interdisciplinary practical applications. One approach is to use coupled or multi-physics software, which typically involves developing and validating the entire software spectrum for a specific application, which will be time consuming and may require more time to get to the end user. The other approach is to integrate individual well-matured computational technology discipline's software by taking advantage of the existing scalable software and validation investments, and tremendous developments in computer science and computational sciences. This integrated approach requires consistent data model, data format, data management, seamless data movement, and robust modular scalable...
Jerry A. Clarke, Raju R. Namburu
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Year 2002
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Authors Jerry A. Clarke, Raju R. Namburu
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