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PetaFlow: a global computing-networking-visualisation unit with social impact

Alexandre Ancel 1 Ingo Assenmacher 1, 2 Ken Ichi Baba 3 Julien Cisonni 3 Yo Fujiso 1, 4 Paulo Gonçalves 5 Matthieu Imbert 6, 7 Koji Koyamada 8 Pierre Neyron 1, 9 Nozaki Kazunori 3 Ohsaki Hiroyuki 3 Anne-Cécile Orgerie 10, 11 Xavier Pelorson 1, 12 Bruno Raffin 1, 2 Naohisa Sakamoto 8 Eisaku Sakane 13 Shigeo Wada 3 Shinji Shimojo 3 Annemie van Hirtum 14, 1, 12
Abstract : The PetaFlow application aims to contribute to the use of high performance computational resources for the benefit of society. To this goal the emergence of adequate information and communication technologies with respect to high performance computing-networking-visualisation and their mutual awareness is required. The developed technology and algorithms are presented and applied to a real global peta-scale data intensive scientific problem with social and medical importance, i.e. human upper airflow modelling.
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Alexandre Ancel, Ingo Assenmacher, Ken Ichi Baba, Julien Cisonni, Yo Fujiso, et al.. PetaFlow: a global computing-networking-visualisation unit with social impact. International Research Journal of Computer Science, AM Publications, 2015, 2 (4). ⟨hal-01231826⟩

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