Geo*: GIS on Massive Datasets
The Geo* project deals with systems and algorithms for
massive data computing, focusing on geometric computing
problems that are fundamental to Geographic Information
Systems (GIS) and other spatial data processing.
Geo* is a collaboration among researchers in systems,
algorithms, and environmental sciences. Our ``vertically
integrated'' team develops fundamental GIS algorithms for
data-intensive problems, systems and software infrastructures
for storing and transmitting massive data sets, and application
software for the environmental sciences.
Center for Geometric Computing
Network Storage/Cluster Lab
Projects and Software
TerraFlow: flow computation on massive grids
TPIE: I/O computing toolkit
Slice: scalable network storage
Trapeze: high-speed network I/O
Funding for this project was provided by
The National Science Foundation
under grant EIA-9870724 (ESS), with infrastructure
support from EIA-9972879 (RI).
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