EVITA—Efficient Visualization and Interrogation of Terascale Datasets
The Efficient Visualization and Interrogation of Terascale Datasets (EVITA)
project is a three-year research effort funded by the
Large Data and Scientific Software Visualization Program
of the National Science Foundation and is composed of research teams
at Mississippi State University,
The Ohio State University, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
The EVITA project is designing
a prototype, integrated system to facilitate exploration of terascale
datasets by using a wavelet-based representational scheme allowing
ranked access to macroscopic data features.
The EVITA system provides a general visualization environment for
terascale data on rectilinear and curvilinear grids, and is applicable
to computational-field-simulation and experimental datasets
arising in applications such as computational fluid dynamics,
environmental sciences, electromagnetics, and structural mechanics.
This work is funded primarily by the
National Science Foundation (NSF)
through the Large Data and Scientific Software Visualization Program, Grant No.
ACI-9982344, with additional funding from an NSF CAREER Award (ACI-9734483), an
NSF ITR Award (ACI-0085969), and the former
Engineering Research Center (ERC), now the
High Performance Computing Collaboratory (HPC²),
Mississippi State University.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.