Conception et mise en oeuvre d'une plate-forme de pilotage de simulations numériques parallèles et distribuées

Nicolas Richart 1, 2
Abstract : The numerical simulations evolve more and more to simulations of complex physical phenomena through multi-scale or multi-physics codes. For these kind of simulations data analysis is a main issue for many reasons, as detecting bugs during the development phase or to understand the dynamic of the physical phenomena simulated during the production phase. The computational steering is a technique well suited to do all this kind of data analysis. The goal of this thesis is to design and develop a computational steering framework that take into account the complexity of coupled simulations. So, through a computational steering client we want to interact coherently with data generated in coupled simulations. This afford for example to visualize on-line the intermediate results of simulations. In order to make this possible we will introduce an abstract model that enables to represent coupled simulations and to know when we can interact coherently with them. These works have been validated on a legacy multi-scale simulation of material physics.
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Nicolas Richart. Conception et mise en oeuvre d'une plate-forme de pilotage de simulations numériques parallèles et distribuées. Informatique [cs]. Université Sciences et Technologies - Bordeaux I, 2010. Français. ⟨tel-00464406⟩

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