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Search Publications by William L. George

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Application Creation for an Immersive Virtual Measurement and Analysis Laboratory

Author(s)
Wesley N. Griffin, William L. George, Terence J. Griffin, John G. Hagedorn, Thomas M. Olano, Steven G. Satterfield, James S. Sims, Judith E. Terrill
Content creation for realtime interactive systems is a difficult problem. In game development, content creation pipelines are a major portion of the code base

Calibration of rheometers for cementitious materials

Author(s)
Chiara F. Ferraris, Nicos Martys, William L. George, Edward J. Garboczi, Alex Olivas
The calibration of rheometers to determine the rheological properties of cement based materials ranging from cement paste to concrete cannot be done using

Stress propagation in a colloidal suspension under shear

Author(s)
William L. George, Pascal Hebraud, Didier Lootens, Mouhamad Khalil, Nicos Martys
The stress propagation in a concentrated attractive colloidal suspension, under shear, is studied using mumerical simulations. A novel way of describing the

Advancing the materials science of concrete with supercomputers

Author(s)
Jeffrey W. Bullard, Edward J. Garboczi, William L. George, Nicos Martys, Steven G. Satterfield, Judith E. Terrill
Supercomputers are renowned for being used on grand challenge problems like global weather patterns, nuclear device virtual testing, galaxy formation

Extending Measurement Science to Interactive Visualization Environments

Author(s)
Judith E. Terrill, William L. George, Terence J. Griffin, John G. Hagedorn, John T. Kelso, Thomas M. Olano, Adele P. Peskin, Steven G. Satterfield, James S. Sims, Jeffrey W. Bullard, Joy P. Dunkers, Nicos Martys, Agnes A. O'Gallagher, Gillian Haemer
We describe a method for creating a visual laboratory to interactively measure and analyze scientific data. We move the normal activities that scientists

Stress chains formation under shear of concentrated suspension

Author(s)
Didier Lootens, Nicos Martys, William L. George, Steven G. Satterfield, Pascal Hebraud
Results comparing experiments on a model system of mono-disperse silica-particles with the numerical simulation of highly concentrated suspension of spherical

Accelerating Scientific Discovery through Computation and Visualization III. Tight-binding Wave Functions for Quantum Dots

Author(s)
James S. Sims, John G. Hagedorn, Steven G. Satterfield, Terence J. Griffin, William L. George, Howard Hung, John T. Kelso, Thomas M. Olano, Adele P. Peskin, Judith E. Terrill, Garnett W. Bryant, Jose G. Diaz
This is the third in a series of articles that describe, through examples, how the Scientific Applications and Visualization Group (SAVG) at NIST has utilized

Science at the Speed of Thought

Author(s)
J E. Devaney, Steven G. Satterfield, John T. Kelso, Adele P. Peskin, William L. George, John G. Hagedorn, Terence J. Griffin, Howard Hung, R D. Kriz

Parallel Programming with Interoperable MPI

Author(s)
William L. George, John G. Hagedorn, J E. Devaney
In this article we describe IMPI (Interoperable Message Passing Interface), a message passing protocol that allows you to easily run parallel programs across

Accelerating Scientific Discovery through Computation and Visualization II

Author(s)
James S. Sims, William L. George, Steven G. Satterfield, Howard Hung, John G. Hagedorn, Peter M. Ketcham, Terence J. Griffin
This is the second in a series of articles describing a wide variety of projects at NIST that synergistically combine physical science and information science