Archives: July 2007

Fri Jul 20, 2007

My book on CodeIgniter: out at last

One reason for the gaps in this blog recently: I've been finalising the proofs of my book on CodeIgniter. It's a good feeling to have finished my part of it - now over to my publisher, Packt, who say it will hit the bookstalls next month. Watch out J K Rowling. More...

Posted by: Simulation- the Weblog on Jul 20, 07 | 2:50 pm | Profile

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Thu Jul 05, 2007

Earth Simulator visualisation tools

I've just caught up with last year's "Journal of the Earth Simulator" which has a fascinating paper about the visualisation tools they are developing.
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Posted by: Simulation- the Weblog on Jul 05, 07 | 8:47 am | Profile

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Wed Jul 04, 2007

The survival of data

Interesting BBC news report of a press conference by the UK National Archives. Sooner or later we have to take the data mountain seriously
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Posted by: Simulation- the Weblog on Jul 04, 07 | 8:15 am | Profile

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Tue Jul 03, 2007

Making simulations available and shareable

An article in JASSS makes some very sensible points about the difficulties of sharing simulations.
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Posted by: Simulation- the Weblog on Jul 03, 07 | 5:56 pm | Profile

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Simulating everything.

A new system called 'Sentient World Simulation' is being 'pitched to' the US Military by Purdue University and Simulex. Curiously naive advertising, and haven't we heard all this before, eg the Earth Simulator and MNE? More...

Posted by: Simulation- the Weblog on Jul 03, 07 | 9:07 am | Profile

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