Project Application Details

ARCHIE Project title: 1000 GB
Project PI: High Street
Department: 1 October 2012
Address: High Street, , open-source software, PA1 2BE
Relevant industrial collaborations:
Existing relevant KTP activities:
Does the PI require to run calculations? 7
Number of users involved in the project: 12 months (the first phase)
User 1 details:

Mr James Nightingale
James.Nightingale@uws.ac.uk
University of the West of Scotland
Tel: +44(0)141 8483000 ext. 5076
PhD student

User 2 details:

Saleh Abdallah-Saleh
Saleh.Abdallah@uws.ac.uk
University of the West of Scotland
Tel: +44(0)141 8483000 ext. 5076
PhD student

User 3 details:

Tawfik Al-Hadhrami
Tawfik.AlHadhrami@uws.ac.uk
University of the West of Scotland
Tel: +44(0)141 8483000 ext. 5076
PhD student

Service level requested: Parallel computing with case studies hopefully in the visual processing and networking areas
ARCHIE Project description: 1000 GB
Potential output of the project:

It is expected that the project will lead to funding applications and peer-reviewed publications.

Project start date: 1 October 2012
Duration of the project: 12 months (the first phase)
Total CPU time required (in hours): 2000
CPU hours required by typical job: 7
Approximate amount of data created per job (in GB): Parallel computing with case studies hopefully in the visual processing and networking areas
Approximate amount of data created per project: 1000 GB
Funding Agency Grant Reference No:
pFact ID:
RKES ID:
Software required for the project: open-source software
Software required to be installed for the project: HEVC reference software (http://hevc.kw.bbc.co.uk/git/w/jctvc-hm.git)
Experience in using software package 1:
Software required to be installed for the project: HEVC testing video sequences (ftp://hvc:US88Hula@ftp.tnt.uni-hannover.de/testsequences)
Experience in using software package 2: 7
Software required to be installed for the project: C/C++ software developed by the users with the AVCN Group at UWS (to be provided; not urgently needed)
Experience in using software package 3: 8
Training required: Basic Linux, Basic of using HPC, Scripting languages
Other training required: Parallel computing with case studies hopefully in the visual processing and networking areas
Experience in using HPC: 1