Scott Nations

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Visualization of computational oceanography is traditionally a post-processing step. This batch orientation is clumsy if one wants to observe the effect of a wide range of parameters on the solution. This paper describes the conversion of an ocean circulation model from this traditional design to an interactive program in which the computed solution is(More)
involves choosing critical parameters and submitting batch jobs, which might not begin running for hours or days. The data files must then be returned to the user’s workstation for analysis and plotting. Typically, only a few such parameter variation runs are made, resulting in model output not completely representative of the behavior of a given region. In(More)
Scott Nations, Robert Moorhead, Daniel N. Fox, Peter Flynn, Kelly Gaither, Steve Aukstakalnis, Alan Wallcraft, Patrick Hogan, Rhonda Vickery, Warren Carl Couvillion Jr. Ole Martin Smedstad Mississippi State University * Naval Research Laboratory t Visualization of computational oceanography is traditionally a post-processing step. This batch orientation is(More)
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