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OpenGeoSolutions case study

Although the OpenGeoSolutions toolkit is robust, sometimes data is discovered that confounds expectations and stresses programs to the point of failure. When failure occurs, it is mandatory that the cause of the failure is diagnosed and that the code is back online as quickly as possible. OpenGeoSolutions initially worked with several other debuggers, including ddd, pgdbg, and Sun Studio11. The company found TotalView was the only debugger available to offer the full suite of features they require.

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Pennsylvania State University case study

Students in the college of earth and mineral sciences at Pennsylvania State University use PV-WAVE in an advanced reservoir-engineering course. They study fluid flow in underground strata and rely heavily on solving diffusion partial differential equations describing various reservoir cases. PV-WAVE allows students to easily understand reservoir phenomena when they are illustrated in three dimensions.

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ENEL - CRTN case study

Environmental researchers at ENEL's Thermal and Nuclear Research Center (CRTN) use IMSL Numerical Libraries to create mathematical models to measure and analyze various climatic and meteorological data daily. Using IMSL Libraries allows them to decide the optimal conditions at the power plant for the least level of ground-concentration pollution.

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Argoss case study

Software developers at ARGOSS use PV-WAVE to create tools to analyze and present in-house environmental information.This service is used by subscribers who frequently need access to offshore and near-shore weather forecasts. The service accesses a database, performs on-the-fly statistical analysis of the data, and visualizes the results in tables and plots.

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