By Smogorzhevskii A.S.
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It differs from EPSN in design by having lower requirements as it only needs the use of a single HDF5 library and file driver extension. Such solutions offer tools for researchers to interact with their simulations by allowing them, not only to monitor their current states but also to modify the parameters of the remaining simulation steps. Those computational steering solutions as well as the RealityGrid project  focus on interactivity with simulation whereas our main objective is to provide in-situ visualization operations to researchers while minimizing I/O overhead and disk space use.
In the past, studies and improvements in scientific simulation have been mainly focused on the solver, due to being the most cycle-consuming part in the simulation process. Thus, visualization has been traditionally run sequentially on a smaller computer and at the very end of the solver computation. At the time, this was easily explained by the small need for both memory and computation resources in most of the visualization cases. Nevertheless, with the increase of our computational capabilities, we tend to use and generate much more data than what we were used to.
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The Ruler in Geometrical Constructions by Smogorzhevskii A.S.