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Component-based, problem-solving environments for large-scale scientific computing. (English) Zbl 1007.68610
Summary: In this paper we discuss three scientific computing problem solving environments: SCIRun, BioPSE, and Uintah. We begin with an overview of the systems, describe their underlying software architectures, discuss implementation issues, and give examples of their use in computational science and engineering applications. We conclude by discussing future research and development plans for the three problem solving environments.

MSC:
68U99 Computing methodologies and applications
68N15 Theory of programming languages
Software:
PETSc; SCIRun; Uintah
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