The Dv Project

The Dv project is developing the capability to provide heavyweight services on computational grids of hosts connected by the best-effort Internet.

Our first target application is a remote visualization service for the Quake project, a longterm effort between Carnegie Mellon, UC-Berkeley, San Diego State University, Southern California Earthquake Center, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, and Kogakuin University in Tokyo. The Quake project uses computers to predict the motion of the ground during earthquakes. Our goal is to be able to generate quake visualizations interactively and in real-time from simulation data stored in remote datasets.



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Distinguished ex-Dv'ers

Dave O'Hallaron
Last modified: Wed Mar 14 20:16:49 EST 2001