Cumulvs: Interacting with High-Performance Scientific Simulations, for Visualization, Steering and Fault Tolerance

@article{Kohl2006CumulvsIW,
  title={Cumulvs: Interacting with High-Performance Scientific Simulations, for Visualization, Steering and Fault Tolerance},
  author={James Arthur Kohl and Torsten Wilde and David E. Bernholdt},
  journal={IJHPCA},
  year={2006},
  volume={20},
  pages={255-285}
}
High-performance computer simulations are an increasingly popular alternative or complement to physical experiments or prototypes. However, as these simulations grow more massive and complex, it becomes challenging to monitor and control their execution. CUMULVS is a middleware infrastructure for visualizing and steering scientific simulations while they are running. Front-end “viewers” attach dynamically to simulation programs, to extract and collect intermediate data values, even if… CONTINUE READING

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