An initial overview of parallel visualization in the GeoFEM software system is provided. Our visualization subsystem offers many kinds of parallel visualization methods for the users to visualize their huge finite-element analysis datasets for scalar, vector and/or tensor fields at a reasonable cost. A polygonal simplification scheme is developed to make the transmission and rendition of output graphic primitives more efficient. A salient feature of the subsystem lies in its capability in the automatic setting of visualization parameter values based on the analysis of scalar/flow field topology and volumetric coherence, to improve the quality of visualization results with a minimized number of batch re-executions. Representative experimental results illustrate the effectiveness of our subsystem.

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  4. Teyssier, Romain; Fromang, Sébastien; Dormy, Emmanuel: Kinematic dynamos using constrained transport with high-order Godunov schemes and adaptive mesh refinement (2006)
  5. Matsui, Hiroaki; Okuda, Hiroshi: MHD dynamo simulation using the geoFEM platform -- verification by the dynamo benchmark test (2005)
  6. Nakajima, Kengo: Three-level hybrid vs. flat MPI on the Earth simulator: parallel iterative solvers for finite-element method (2005)
  7. Okuda, Hiroshi; Yagawa, Genki: Large-scale parallel finite-element analysis for solid earth problems by GeoFEM (2005)
  8. Tezuka, Akira; Matsumoto, Junichi; Suzuki, Takeshi; Matsubara, Kiyoshi: A platform for parallel CFD FEM computations (2005)
  9. Iskakov, A. B.; Descombes, S.; Dormy, E.: An integro-differential formulation for magnetic induction in bounded domains: Boundary element--finite volume method (2004)
  10. Matsui, Hiroaki; Okuda, Hiroshi: Development of a simulation code for MHD dynamo processes using the GeoFEM platform (2004)
  11. Nakajima, Kengo; Okuda, Hiroshi: Parallel iterative solvers with selective blocking preconditioning for simulations of fault-zone contact. (2004)
  12. Matsui, Hiroaki; Okuda, Hiroshi: Optimization of a MHD dynamo simulation code using the GeoFEM for the Earth Simulator (2003)
  13. Okuda, Hiroshi; Nakajima, Kengo; Iizuka, Mikio; Chen, Li; Nakamura, Hisashi: Parallel finite element analysis platform for the earth simulator: GeoFEM (2003) ioport
  14. Fujishiro, Issei; Chen, Li; Takeshima, Yuriko; Nakamura, Hiroko; Suzuki, Yasuko: Parallel visualization of gigabyte datasets in GeoFEM (2002)
  15. Iizuka, Mikio; Sekita, Daigo; Suito, Hisashi; Hyodo, Mamoru; Hirahara, Kazuro; Place, David; Mora, Peter; Hazama, Osamu; Okuda, Hiroshi: Parallel simulation system for earthquake generation: fault analysis modules and parallel coupling analysis (2002)
  16. Matsui, Hiroaki; Okuda, Hiroshi: Thermal convection analysis in a rotating shell by a parallel finite-element method -- development of a thermal-hydraulic subsystem of GeoFEM (2002)
  17. Minami, Kazuo; Okuda, Hiroshi: Optimization of GeoFEM for high performance sequential computer architectures (2002)
  18. Nakajima, Kengo; Okuda, Hiroshi: Parallel iterative solvers for unstructured grids using an OpenMP/MPI hybrid programming model for the GeoFEM platform on SMP cluster architectures (2002)
  19. Nakajima, Kengo; Okuda, Hiroshi: Parallel iterative solvers for unstructured grids using a directive/MPI hybrid programming model for the GeoFEM platform on SMP cluster architectures (2002)
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