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FRAMES AND 3MRA: AN INTEGRATED MODELING INFRASTRUCTURE AND EXAMPLE RESIDENT MODELING SYSTEM
BABENDREIER, J. E. AND G. F. LANIAK. FRAMES AND 3MRA: AN INTEGRATED MODELING INFRASTRUCTURE AND EXAMPLE RESIDENT MODELING SYSTEM. Presented at CREM/ERD Integrated Modeling for Integrated Environmental Decision-Making Workshop, Research Triangle Park, NC, January 30 - February 01, 2007.
The primary goals are to: (1) Construct a 400-node PC-based supercomputing cluster supporting Windows and Linux computer operating systems (i.e. SuperMUSE: Supercomputer for Model Uncertainty and Sensitivity Evaluation); (2) Develop platform-independent system software for the management of SuperMUSE and parallelization of EPA models and modeling systems for implementation on SuperMUSE (and other PC-based clusters); (3) Conduct uncertainty and sensitivity analyses of the 3MRA modeling system; (4) Develop advanced algorithmic software for advanced statistical sampling methods, and screening, localized, and global sensitivity analyses; and (5) Provide customer-oriented model applications for probabilistic risk assessment supporting quality assurance in multimedia decision-making.
Oral presentation given at the CREM/ERD Integrated Modeling Workshop, January 30, 2007.
Record Details:Record Type: DOCUMENT (PRESENTATION/SLIDE)
Organization:U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
NATIONAL EXPOSURE RESEARCH LABORATORY
ECOSYSTEMS RESEARCH DIVISION
REGULATORY SUPPORT BRANCH