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Visualization of large data sets with the Active Data Repository

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5 Author(s)
T. Kurc ; Dept. of Pathology, Johns Hopkins Med. Inst., USA ; U. Catalyurek ; Chialin Chang ; A. Sussman
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We implement ray-casting-based volume rendering and isosurface rendering methods using the Active Data Repository (ADR) for visualizing out-of-core data sets. We have developed the ADR object-oriented framework to provide support for applications that employ range queries with user-defined mapping and aggregation operations on large-scale multidimensional data. ADR targets distributed-memory parallel machines with one or more disks attached to each node. It is designed as a set of modular services implemented in C++, which can be customized for application-specific processing. The ADR runtime system supports common operations such as memory management, data retrieval, and scheduling of processing across a parallel machine

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IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 4 )