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New Collaborative Working Environments for Multiphysics Coupled Problems

Abstract : Because large scale multiphysics problems are expected to be orders of magnitude larger than current single discipline applications, like weather forcasting, environmental disaster prevention and emergency management, new computing technologies are required. Among these technologies are wide area grids and distributed computing, using cluster and grid-based environments. It is clear that large supercomputers, PC-clusters and wide area grids are currently used for demanding e-science applications, e.g., nuclear and environmental simulation. It is not so clear however what approaches are currently the best for developing multiphysics applications. We advocate in this paper the use of combined Web and grid-based techniques that are combined for a seamless uptake by the users, i.e., the applications designers, and users running multidisciplinary codes and business software, e.g., decision support tools. This paves the way for New Collaborative Working Environments.
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Toan Nguyen, Jacques Périaux. New Collaborative Working Environments for Multiphysics Coupled Problems. ECCOMAS Conference on Coupled Problems, ECCOMAS, May 2007, Ibiza, Spain. ⟨inria-00259771⟩



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