Un modèle pour la composition d'applications de visualisation et d'interaction continue avec des simulations scientifiques

Abstract : Computer simulation is an essential tool in experimental sciences. The increasing computing power, parallelism and the advances in the mathematical modeling of physical phenomena allow to virtually run always more complex experiments. In addition, the rise of GPU programming has greatly increased the quality and performance of display. This has allowed to spread the graphical visualization of simulation results. Scientific visualization can be passive: the user can only follow the simulation's progress or observe its results when it is done. It can also be interactive in which case the researcher can act on the simulation while it is running. Creating such complex applications can, however, be tedious for non-computer-scientists. Component-based development is, for years, highlighted as a solution to this problem. It consists in building applications by interconnecting small programs completing elementary tasks. This thesis presents a component model and a method for composing interactive scientific visualization applications. It particularly focuses on the balance between two major constraints of these applications: performance and coherence.
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Ahmed Turki. Un modèle pour la composition d'applications de visualisation et d'interaction continue avec des simulations scientifiques. Autre [cs.OH]. Université d'Orléans, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012ORLE2011⟩. ⟨tel-00736633v2⟩

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