The Microcomputer as an Intelligent Workstation in Large Scale Hydrologic Modelingby R. M. Ragan, Univ of Maryland at College Park, Dep of Civil Engineering, College, Park, MD, USA,
E. J. White, Univ of Maryland at College Park, Dep of Civil Engineering, College, Park, MD, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Hydraulics and Hydrology in the Small Computer Age
Abstract: In an effort to improve the efficiency of the hydrologic modeling activities of the Maryland State Highway Administration (MSHA), a cooperative project between MSHA, the Federal Highway Administration and the University of Maryland has been initiated. Phase I of the project, involving a three county area, was used for systems development, testing and personnel training. The workstation and communication software for linking to a supporting VAX or mainframe computer is in place. Phase II, which calls for developing the data set for the entire State and using a dedicated minicomputer for mass storage and computational support, will require approximately 30 months to complete. The present paper describes the operations of the desk-top intelligent workstation.
Subject Headings: Computer software | Hydrologic models | Data processing | Highways and roads | Team building | Federal government | Colleges and universities
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