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Wednesday, September 25 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Usage Patterns of Wideband Display Environments In e-Science Research, Development and Training

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Jason Leigh (University of Hawaii at Manoa), Dylan Kobayashi (University of Hawaii at Manoa), Nurit Kirshenbaum (University of Hawaii at Manoa), Troy Wooton (University of Hawaii at Manoa), Alberto Gonzalez (University of Hawaii at Manoa), Luc Renambot (University of Illinois at Chicago), Andrew Johnson (University of Illinois at Chicago), Maxine Brown (University of Illinois at Chicago), Andrew Burks (University of Illinois at Chicago), Krishna Bharadwaj (University of Illinois at Chicago), Arthur Nishimoto (University of Illinois at Chicago), Lance Long (University of Illinois at Chicago), Jason Haga (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), John Burns (University of Hawaii at Hilo), Francis Cristobal (University of Hawaii at Hilo), Jared McLean (University of Hawaii at Hilo), Roberto Pelayo (University of Hawaii at Hilo), and Mahdi Belcaid (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

SAGE (the Scalable Adaptive Graphics Environment) and its successor SAGE2 (the Scalable Amplified Group Environment) are operating systems for managing content across wideband display environments. This paper documents the prevalent usage patterns of SAGE-enabled display walls in support of the e-Science enterprise, based on nearly 15 years of observations of the SAGE community. These patterns will help guide e-Science users and cyberinfrastructure developers on how best to leverage wideband display walls, and the types of software services that could be provided in the future.


Jason Leigh

University of Hawaii at Manoa

Jason Haga

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

Wednesday September 25, 2019 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Boardroom West