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Mar 22, 2012
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Invitational Briefing on High-Performance Visualization: Cross-cutting Capabilities

Virginia Tech National Capital RegionApril 2, 2012 8:30-10:30 amat the VT NCR Research Building in Ballston (910 Glebe Rd) Description:In the face of the data deluge and increasingly distributed teams, prior strategies toward information infrastructure and user interfaces are clearly insufficient, even quaint. It is critical that decision and policy makers are aware of the technological and historical context surrounding the development of these virtual and mirror world’s platforms. While…See More
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Invitational Briefing on High-Performance Visualization: Cross-cutting Capabilities

Posted on March 22, 2012 at 10:25am 0 Comments

Virginia Tech National Capital Region

April 2, 2012 8:30-10:30 am

at the VT NCR Research Building in Ballston (910 Glebe Rd)

 

Description:

In the face of the data deluge and increasingly distributed teams, prior strategies toward information infrastructure and user interfaces are clearly insufficient, even quaint. It is critical that decision and policy makers are aware of the technological and historical context surrounding the development of these…

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