Vladimir Slavnic

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In this paper we present an investigation about techniques and frameworks supporting in situ-visualization. With this term we mean that visualization is coupled with simulation and it occurs whilst the simulation is running. By coupling these together we can utilize the high performance computing for post processing, and we can circumvent the bottlenecks(More)
Over the period of six years and three phases, the SEE-GRID programme has established a strong regional human network in the area of distributed scientific computing and has set up a powerful regional Grid infrastructure. It attracted a number of user communities and applications from diverse fields from countries throughout the South-Eastern Europe. From(More)
This project concerned the development of tools for visualization of output from brain simulations performed on supercomputers. The project had two main parts: 1) creating visualizations using large-scale simulation output from existing neural simulation codes, and 2) making extensions to some of the existing codes to allow interactive runtime (in-situ)(More)
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