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Acceleration of Huge Data Processing Using Hilbert Engine on A Single Processor
Keywords: Hilbert Engine, Fast processing, Stand-alone application
Modeling multi-physics structure is always accompanied by a huge complex data that need to be analyzed. For example, modeling of an explosion interacting with a solid object inherently consists of multiple phenomena including shock propagation, solid interaction, response of the solid, damage, debris movement, and thermal effects. Thus, the data processing speed always plays an important role. However, currently available computational software takes long time to reach the processing goals. The main goal of this presentation is to demonstrate faster processing using Hilbert Engine in huge matrix (billions of entries) manipulation in a single work-station. Indeed, Hilbert Engine is extremely efficient, fast and versatile in computation based on its abilities to bypass any operating system. Besides, it can operate as a stand-alone data analysis system or in a distributed, asynchronous processing network of cooperating system.
An Vi Dang, Student
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA

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