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A distributed visualization environment for scientific visualization based on Jini technology

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4 Author(s)
C. Zunino ; Dipt. di Autom. e Inf., Politecnico di Torino, Italy ; B. Montrucchio ; A. Sanna ; C. Demartini

In computational fluid dynamics (CFD), visualization is a powerful instrument for research, training and development. It has been used for data evaluation and for qualitative comparison to flow visualization originating from experiments. The design and implementation of distributed visualization systems involve a set of issues mainly concerning performance, reliability and ease of developing and upgrading the system. In this paper, we consider a new technology called Jini used for designing distributed computing environments; we point out advantages and drawbacks related to the employment of Jini in the distributed visualization of vector fields based on particle tracing

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Computer Graphics, Spring Conference on, 2001.

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