IT-Infrastructure for an Integrated Visual Analysis of Distributed Heterogeneous Simulations
Computational simulations are used for the optimization of production processes in order to significantly reduce the need for costly experimental optimization approaches. Yet individual simulations can rarely describe more than a single production step. Hence, a set of simulations has to be used to simulate a contiguous representation of a complete production process. Besides, simulated results have to be analyzed by domain experts to gather insight from the performed computations. In this paper, an IT-infrastructure is proposed that aims at a rather non-intrusive way of interconnecting simulations and domain expert’s knowledge to facilitate the collaborative setup, execution and analysis of distributed simulation chains.
Liangchi Zhang, Chunliang Zhang and Zichen Chen
T. Meisen et al., "IT-Infrastructure for an Integrated Visual Analysis of Distributed Heterogeneous Simulations", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 328-330, pp. 1940-1946, 2011