Shigeo Kawata

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Network-based learning or e-Learning has been taking an important role in education as helpful education tools. However, it is difficult for teachers to retrieve education data from students or to obtain data from the student activities. Therefore, we have developed a problem solving environment (PSE) for the education and learning support: TSUNA-TASTE. The(More)
A distributed problem solving environment (PSE) is proposed to help users solve partial differential equation (PDE) based problems in scientific computing. The system inputs a problem description and outputs a program flow, a C-language source code for the problem and also a document for the program. Each module is distributed on distributed computers. The(More)
In this paper, we describe a problem solving environment (PSE) for grid computing called NAREGI-PSE in the NAREGI (National Research Grid Initiative) project, conducted by MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) of Japan. NAREGI-PSE is researched and developed to support the scientists' works for scientific computer simulations(More)
A problem-solving environment (PSE) for a distributed high-performance computing (HPC) is proposed to help users to work on distributed computer environment. When users access and use distributed computers for scientific computations, the PSE tells users which computers are available and appropriate for their specific application software by using hardware(More)
NAREGI is a Japanese National Grid Project started in 2003, whose chief aim is to develop a set of Grid middleware to serve as a basis for future e- Science. In this paper, we describe a software tool called NAREGI-PSE (Problem Solving Environment), which aims to supports the scientists¿ works for scientific computer simulations on widely-distributed(More)
Network-based learning or e-Learning has been taking an important role in education as helpful education tools. However, it is difficult for teachers to retrieve education data from students or to obtain data from the student activities. Therefore, we have developed a problem solving environment (PSE) for the education and learning support: TSUNA-TASTE(More)
In computing sciences (e-Sciences) we need computer power, excellent algorithms and programming power in order to solve scientific problems leading to discoveries and development of innovative new products. So far, the computer power and the computing algorithms have been developed incredibly, and have provided enormous contributions to e-Sciences and(More)
This review paper presents an overview of the current state of the art in Problem Solving Environments (PSE). PSE provides integrated human-friendly innovative computational services and facilities for easy incorporation of novel solution methods to solve a target class of problems. In the PSE concept, human concentrates on target problems themselves and(More)