Real-Time Analysis , Visualization , and Steering of Microtomography Experiments at Photon Sources

@inproceedings{Laszewski1999RealTimeA,
  title={Real-Time Analysis , Visualization , and Steering of Microtomography Experiments at Photon Sources},
  author={Gregor von Laszewski and Joseph A. Insley and Ian Foster and John Bresnahan and Carl Kesselman and Mei Su and Marcus Thi{\'e}baux and Mark L. Rivers and Steve Wang and Brian Tieman and Ian McNulty},
  year={1999}
}
A new generation of specialized scienti c instruments called synchrotron light sources allow the imaging of materials at very ne scales. However, in contrast to a traditional microscope, interactive use has not previously been possible because of the large amounts of data generated and the considerable computation required translating this data into a useful image. We describe a new software architecture that uses high-speed networks and supercomputers to enable quasi-real-time and hence… CONTINUE READING

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