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Steven G. Satterfield (Assoc)

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Visualization Ecology Applications for Measurement Science: A Visualization Gap Approach

June 13, 2022
Author(s)
Simon Su, William Sherman, Steven G. Satterfield, Terence J. Griffin, William L. George, Sandy Ressler, Shaw C. Feng, Judith E. Terrill
Advanced visualization research have remained insufficiently included in science and engineering workflows due to the highly specialized task-specific requirements and lack of suitable applications. Although the field of visualization is maturing and

Three-Dimensional Shape Analysis of Coarse Aggregates: Methodology and Preliminary Results on Several Different Coarse Aggregates

October 12, 2021
Author(s)
S T. Erdogan, P N. Quiroga, D Fowler, H A. Saleh, Richard A. Livingston, Edward Garboczi, Peter M. Ketcham, John G. Hagedorn, Steven G. Satterfield
The shape of aggregates used in concrete is an important parameter that helps determine many concrete properties. The mathematical technique of spherical harmonic analysis was recently demonstrated to be able to effectively analyze three dimensional

Application Creation for an Immersive Virtual Measurement and Analysis Laboratory

December 21, 2016
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 and content creation is a major portion of the budget. In research environments, the choice of

High Performance Visualization in Science and Research

December 6, 2014
Author(s)
Tomasz P. Bednarz, John Taylor, Tony Huang, Wesley N. Griffin, Steven G. Satterfield, Judith E. Terrill, John G. Hagedorn
This work showcases four examples of scientific visualizations across various domains of research and science that were prepared at CSIRO in Australia, and NIST in the USA: visualization of bone cancer, RF propagation through the human body, touch-less

Advancing the materials science of concrete with supercomputers

January 24, 2011
Author(s)
Jeffrey W. Bullard, Edward 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, unraveling molecular structure - and now concrete! Why do the mysteries of concrete form this kind of a

An Integrated Interactive Visualization and Analysis Environment to study the Impact of Fire on Building Structures

July 25, 2010
Author(s)
Dilip K. Banerjee, John L. Gross, Pradeep R. Gaddam, Thomas M. Olano, William J. Hess, Judith E. Terrill, Terence J. Griffin, John G. Hagedorn, John T. Kelso, Steven G. Satterfield
We have created an integrated interactive visualization and analysis environment, that can be used immersively or on the desktop, to study the interaction among fire, heat transfer, and structural deformation computed from three linked simulations. In this

Extending Measurement Science to Interactive Visualization Environments

January 30, 2009
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 perform to understand their data into the visualization environment. The visualization environment is

Spatial-Temporal Correlations at the Onset of Flow in Concentrated Suspensions

July 7, 2008
Author(s)
Nicos Martys, Didier Lootens, William L. George, Steven G. Satterfield, Pascal Hebraud
Spatial-temporal correlations in the startup-up flow of colloidal suspensions composed of attractive spherical particles under static and shear conditions are studied by computer simulation. The evolution of particle organization with time is followed as

Stress chains formation under shear of concentrated suspension

July 7, 2008
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 particles subject to a constant rate of strain are presented. Giant fluctuations of the shear

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

June 2, 2008
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 high performance parallel computing, visualization, and machine learning to accelerate scientific

Correction of Location and Orientation Errors in Electromagnetic Motion Tracking

August 1, 2007
Author(s)
John G. Hagedorn, Steven G. Satterfield, John T. Kelso, W. Austin, Judith E. Terrill, Adele Peskin
We describe a method for calibrating an electromagnetic motion tracking device. Algorithms for correcting both location and orientation are presented. In particular, we use a method for interpolating rotation corrections at scattered data points that has

Science at the Speed of Thought

February 1, 2005
Author(s)
J E. Devaney, Steven G. Satterfield, John T. Kelso, Adele Peskin, William L. George, John G. Hagedorn, Terence J. Griffin, Howard Hung, R D. Kriz

A Glyph Toolbox for Immersive Scientific Visualization

October 1, 2002
Author(s)
H W. Bullen, J S. Chang, A V. Harn, Steven G. Satterfield, Peter M. Ketcham, J E. Devaney
We describe a set of software, the Glyph ToolBox (GTB), for creating three dimensional (3D) glyphs. This software defines a single, general format for describing glyphs; it includes color and opacity parameters as well as location information.GTB is

Accelerating Scientific Discovery through Computation and Visualization II

May 1, 2002
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. It describes, through examples, how the Scientific Applications and Visualization Group (SAVG)

The Visible Cement Data Set

March 1, 2002
Author(s)
Dale P. Bentz, S Mizell, Steven G. Satterfield, J E. Devaney, William L. George, Peter M. Ketcham, James R. Graham, J E. Porterfield, Daniel A. Quenard, F A. Vallee, H Sallee, E Boller, J Baruchel
With advances in X-ray microtomography, it is now possible to obtain three-dimensional representations of a material's microstructure with a voxel size of less then one micrometer. The Visible Cement Data Set represents a collection of 3-D data sets

Parallelization and Visualization of Computational Nanotechnology LCAO Method

February 1, 2002
Author(s)
J C. Franiatte, Steven G. Satterfield, Garnett W. Bryant, J E. Devaney
Accurate atomic-scale quantum theory of nanostructures and nanosystems fabricated from nanostructures enables precision metrology of these nanosystems and provides the predictive, precision modeling tools needed for engineering these systems for

Volume Visualization of Bose-Einstein Condensates

April 1, 2001
Author(s)
Peter M. Ketcham, D L. Feder, Charles W. Clark, Steven G. Satterfield, Terence J. Griffin, William L. George, Barry I. Schneider, W P. Reinhardt
Theoretical aspects of Bose-Einstein condensates are investigated by conducting computer simulations of their behavior. Scientific visualization techniques are employed in order to examine the large amount of data generated by simulation. Visualization of

Accelerating Scientific Discovery through Computation and Visualization

November 1, 2000
Author(s)
James S. Sims, John G. Hagedorn, Peter M. Ketcham, Steven G. Satterfield, Terence J. Griffin, William L. George, H A. Fowler, B A. am Ende, Howard Hung, Robert B. Bohn, John E. Koontz, Nicos Martys, Charles E. Bouldin, James A. Warren, D L. Feder, Charles W. Clark, Bernard J. Filla, Judith E. Terrill
The rate of scientific discovery can be accelerated through computation and visualization. This acceleration results from the synergy of expertise, computing tools, and hardware for enabling high performance computation, information science, and