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Recently, there have been demands for greater functional diversity and higher performance in the information technology infrastructure. As a result, the complexity and scale of product design in the product development phase have increased. In addition, development periods need to be reduced so products can be marketed sooner. These requirements have(More)
To understand the macroscopic function of the human heart based on sub-cellular microscopic events, multiscale analysis is indispensable. Our heart simulator uses the so-called homogenization method, where both the human heart and the myocardial cells are modeled and solved simultaneously by the finite element method. Because the contraction and deformation(More)
We have developed the Grid Service Platform (GSP), which is a grid middleware for telecom carriers. GSP can support not only non-interactive batch style services, but also interactive real-time services. Moreover, GSP attains autonomous resource sharing between services based on the priority of each service. We conducted a field trial of GSP on a testbed(More)
In this paper, we present a problem solving environment (PSE) for the large scale electronic structure calculations based on the O(N) tight binding method. We have developed a simulator named Fujitsu Tight binding Simulator (FuTiS). By implementing the O(N) method on parallel computers and introducing a common interface, we can perform the electronic(More)
Desk Side Laboratory (DSLab), which allows scientists and engineers in geographically different locations to do state-of-the-art research and development through Internet on their Web browsers, has been developed only using commodity products. It has an easy-to-use user interface. It has been found that, when applied to an optimization design of mobile(More)