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Dynamic Data Driven Applications Systems (DDDAS)

  • Speaker:   Dr  Frederica Darema  (enior Science and Technology Advisor, CISE Directorate, NSF)
  • Host:   Rizos Sakellariou
  • 2nd June 2006 at 14:15 in Atlas 1&2
Presentation Slides

This talk will discuss the Dynamic Data Driven Applications Systems (DDDAS) concept, and the capabilities, research challenges and opportunities for enabling DDDAS. DDDAS entails the ability to incorporate additional data into an executing application (these data can be archival or collected on-line), and in reverse the ability of the applications will be able to dynamically steer the measurement process. Such capabilities offer the promise of augmenting the analysis and prediction capabilities of application simulations and the effectiveness of measurement systems, with a potential major impact in many science and engineering application areas.

Enabling DDDAS requires advances in the application modeling methods and interfaces, in algorithms tolerant to perturbations of dynamic data injection and steering, in measurement systems, and in systems software to support the dynamic environments of concern here. Research and sevelopment of such technologies requires synergistic multidisciplinary collaboration in the applications, algorithms, software systems, and measurements systems areas, and involving researchers in basic sciences, engineering, and computer sciences. The talk will address specifics of such technology challenges and opportunities, and will also provide examples from ongoing DDDAS research projects.
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