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Service-oriented environments for dynamically interacting with mesoscale weather

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Within a decade after John von Neumann and colleagues conducted the first experimental weather forecast on the ENIAC computer in the late 1940s, numerical models of the atmosphere become the foundation of modern-day weather forecasting and one of the driving application areas in computer science. This article describes research that is enabling a major shift toward dynamically adaptive responses to rapidly changing environmental conditions.

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 6 )