For this release, the custom commands have been rearchitected to use a more understandable signature. The old signature should still work. ctest has been enhanced and can produce testing dashboards compatible with Dart in many cases. A new FILE command has been added that supports reading, writing, and globbing of files. A new help target is created for all Makefiles so you can do nmake help (or make help) Command line options (-D) for cmake no longer require the type of the argument. The on-line help for cmake has been significantly improved. Run cmake –help for more information. Support for windows paths and filenames that include &. Support for files with multiple “.” in them for nmake. More Modules report results to CMakeOutput.log and CMakeError.log. The performance of dependency tracing and analysis in CMake has been significantly improved. Both ccmake and CMakeSetup have some minor GUI improvements. And of course a number of minor bug fixes and enhancements.
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Date4may - 5All DayBSides Austin
Technical Leader Brian Wylie will provide the talk “Bro to Python.”
4 (Thursday) - 5 (Friday) CT
JJ Pickle Research Center
10100 Burnet Road (Bldg 137), Austin, TX 787588may - 11All DayGPU Technology Conference 2017GTC 2017
In "ParaView Users – Bring Your Data to GTC, Gather Insights Like Never Before," NVIDIA's Chintan Patel discusses a ParaView plug-in, NVIDIA IndeX, which visualizes [...]
In “ParaView Users – Bring Your Data to GTC, Gather Insights Like Never Before,” NVIDIA’s Chintan Patel discusses a ParaView plug-in, NVIDIA IndeX, which visualizes unstructured, time-series data. He will join Robert Maynard at the GPU Technology Conference to highlight ParaView in the lab “Interactive HPC Volume Visualization in ParaView.”
ParaView will also have a presence in a “Connect with the Experts” session on “HPC Visualization in Virtual Reality.” The session will take place on Tuesday, May 9, 2017, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. PST at the Hilton Santa Clara.
In addition, at GTC 2017, Maynard will present “Build Systems: Combining CUDA and Modern CMake.” The presentation will take place on Thursday, May 11, 2017, from 11:30 to 11: 55 a.m. PST in Marriott Salon 3.
8 (Monday) - 11 (Thursday) PST
San Jose McEnery Convention Center
150 West San Carlos Street, San Jose, CA 95113
NVIDIA15may - 17junmay 151:00 amjun 172017 NSLS-II And CFN Users' MeetingMaking and Measuring in 4-Dimensions
Technical Expert Matthew McCormick will offer the workshop "An Overview of Multi-dimensional, Multi-modal, Image Registration Methods and their Application with the Insight Toolkit (ITK) and [...]
Technical Expert Matthew McCormick will offer the workshop “An Overview of Multi-dimensional, Multi-modal, Image Registration Methods and their Application with the Insight Toolkit (ITK) and Tomviz” on May 15, 2017. Technical Leader Marcus Hanwell will attend as well.
May 15 (Monday) 1:00 am - June 17 (Saturday) 1:00 am
Brookhaven Naitonal Laboratory
W Princeton Ave, Yaphank, NY 11980
Brookhaven National Laboratory21may - 25All Day2017 SOMSA2017 SOMA Scientific Assembly and Exhibition
Stephen Aylward will provide a podium presentation and a poster presentation, both of which he co-authored with Matt McCormick, Sean Montgomery, Luv Kohli, Jeffrey Lowell, Bradley Freeman, and [...]
Stephen Aylward will provide a podium presentation and a poster presentation, both of which he co-authored with Matt McCormick, Sean Montgomery, Luv Kohli, Jeffrey Lowell, Bradley Freeman, and Deborah Shipley Kane.
Point-of-care ultrasound for detecting elevated intracranial pressure in the field
Type: podium presentation
Description from abstract: We have devised a system that will acquire B-mode images using a hand-held, single-crystal ultrasound device (Interson, Inc.) that can transmit images to a tablet or laptop computer over USB. As images are streamed to the computer, the image that best matches a statistical model of the expected appearance of an ideal optical nerve image can be automatically chosen for analysis.”
Computer-assisted E-FAST exams for in-field triage
Type: poster presentation
Description from abstract: Using radiofrequency (RF) data recorded at multiple transmit powers and frequencies from an ultrasound probe (Interson, Inc.) connected via USB to a laptop computer, we applied (1) multi-feature superpixel preprocessing to delineate anatomic regions in those RF data, (2) spectral coherence to detect regions of weak acoustic coupling (e.g., insufficient gel or obscuring ribs), (3) random forest classification to identify regions of interest (e.g., pooled blood), and (4) dynamic texture classification to determine the probe’s general anatomic position.
21 (Sunday) - 25 (Thursday) EST
Charlotte Convention Center
501 S College St, Charlotte, NC 28202
Special Operations Medical Association
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