Computer architectures for computational physics work done by Computational Research and Technology Branch and Advanced Computational Concepts Group
- Aug 1, 1985.
- Physical Description:
- 1 electronic document
- Restrictions on Access:
- Unclassified, Unlimited, Publicly available.
- Slides are reproduced that describe the importance of having high performance number crunching and graphics capability. They also indicate the types of research and development underway at Ames Research Center to ensure that, in the near term, Ames is a smart buyer and user, and in the long-term that Ames knows the best possible solutions for number crunching and graphics needs. The drivers for this research are real computational physics applications of interest to Ames and NASA. They are concerned with how to map the applications, and how to maximize the physics learned from the results of the calculations. The computer graphics activities are aimed at getting maximum information from the three-dimensional calculations by using the real time manipulation of three-dimensional data on the Silicon Graphics workstation. Work is underway on new algorithms that will permit the display of experimental results that are sparse and random, the same way that the dense and regular computed results are displayed.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19870019705.
Accession ID: 87N29138.
NASA, Washington, Proceedings: Computer Science and Data Systems Technical Symposium, Volume 1; 22 p.
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