[Beowulf] are there any known attempts to apply hadoop BigData techniques to weather modelling?

Prentice Bisbal prentice.bisbal at rutgers.edu
Tue Feb 17 13:56:17 PST 2015

Why do you think 'Big Data' techniques would be applicable to this?

A large amount of data != big data.

'Big Data' techniques are typically for finding trends in unstructured 
data from multiple sources, whereas the output of scientific simulations 
is usually from a single source in some sort of structured format. I 
just don't see any applicability here whatsoever.


On 02/17/2015 12:55 AM, atul kumthekar wrote:
> the typical one being MOM (Modular Ocean Model) which is mostly in 
> Fortran and some C. MOM5 is last release.
> http://mom-ocean.org/web
> the side question being, are these techniques (MapReduce, Hadoop, 
> BigData) language agnostic?
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