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Wednesday, July 12 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
A real-time machine learning and visualization framework for scientific workflows

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High-performance computing resources are currently widely used in science and engineering areas. Typical post-hoc approaches use persistent storage to save produced data from simulation, thus reading from storage to memory is required for data analysis tasks. For large-scale scientific simulations, such I/O operation will produce significant overhead. In-situ/in-transit approaches bypass I/O by accessing and processing in-memory simulation results directly, which suggests simulations and analysis applications should be more closely coupled. This paper constructs a flexible and extensible framework to connect scientific simulations with multi-steps machine learning processes and in-situ visualization tools, thus providing plugged-in analysis and visualization functionality over complex workflows at real time. A distributed simulation-time clustering method is proposed to detect anomalies from real turbulence flows.

Wednesday July 12, 2017 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Strand 11

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