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Over the last decade, the role of computational simulations in all aspects of aerospace design has steadily increased. However, despite the many advances, the time required for computations is far too long. This book examines new ideas and methodologies that may, in the next twenty years, revolutionize scientific computing. The book specifically looks at trends in algorithm research, human computer interface, network-based computing, surface modeling and grid generation and computer hardware and architecture. The book provides a good overview of the current state-of-the-art and provides guidelines for future research directions. The book is intended for computational scientists active in the field and program managers making strategic research decisions.
Preface. Isaac Inside: The Cultural Filters on Truly New Computing; J. Bailey. 3-D Geometric Model Acquisition System for a Tele-collaboration Testbed; R. Bajesy, et al. The Emerging Grid; I. Foster, C. Kesselman. Distributed Systems on the Pragmatic Object Web - Computing with Java, CORBA; G.C. Fox, et al. From Gene Expression to Large Scale Evolutionary Optimization; H. Kargupta. Trends in Algorithms for Nonuniform Applications on Hierarchical Distributed Architectures; D.E. Keyes. Quantum Computation; R. Laflamme, E. Knill. Generation of Unstructured Grids Suitable for RANS Calculations; R. Löhner. The Future of Lattice-gas, Lattice Boltzrnann Methods; L.-Shi Luo. Unstructured Grid Generation for Aerospace Applications; D.L. Marcum, J.A. Gaither. Geometry Modeling, Grid Generation for Design, Optimization Jamshid; A. Samareh. NASA's Information Power Grid Project; C.H. Schulbach. Enabling Greater than 100 Teraflops through a Synthesis of Alternative Technologies Thomas Sterling; J. Salmon. From Molecular Dynamics to Navier-Stokes, Beyond; S. Ta'asan, B. Chough. List of Attendees.
Posted May 28, 2013