Markus Flatken

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Today's fluid simulations deal with complex geometries and numerical data on an extreme scale. As computation approaches the exascale, it will no longer be possible to write and store the full-sized data set. In situ data analysis and scientific visualisation provide feasible solutions to the analysis of complex large scaled CFD simulations. To bring pre-(More)
The ever increasing compute capacity of high performance computing (HPC) systems enables scientists to simulate and explore physical phenomena with an enormous spatial and temporal accuracy. On the other hand, this accuracy leads to datasets of many terabytes, petabytes, and even exabytes envisioning the upcoming exascale area projected for 2018 [1]. To(More)
With the increasing power of the HPC hardware systems, numerical simulations are heading towards exa-scale computing. Early inspection and analysis of on-going large simulations enables domain experts to obtain first insight into their running simulation process and intermediate results. Compared to conventional post-processing, such in-situ processing has(More)
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