Shigeo Kawata

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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)
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)
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)
The National Research Grid Initiative (NAREGI) program is trying to develop NAREGI-PSE, which is a part of the NAREGI middleware. It provides services for deploying and executing large scale scientific computer simulation software on a grid's distributed and heterogeneous computer system. NAREGI-PSE has a PSE server that handles the applications residing on(More)