PV-WAVE

PV-WAVE

(graphics, tool)
(Precision Visuals' Workstation Analysis and Visualization Environment) Interactive scientific visualisation software originally from Precision Visuals, Inc., but now owned by Visual Numerics, Inc. (VNI).
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However, assisting PV-wave hybrid system with battery banks makes economic sense when satisfying the transient's period or peak load demands.
PV-WAVE version 9.0 visual data analysis software enables engineers, scientists and business analysts to build visual analysis applications on a range of platforms, as well as to perform data mining and forecasting of large and complex data sets to understand trends, patterns and anomalies in their data.
PV-WAVE 9.0 visual data analysis software enables engineers and scientists to build visual analysis applications on a wide range of platforms, as well as perform data mining and forecasting of large and complex data sets.
The software is based on a PV-WAVE environment from Visual Numerics, Inc., San Ramon, CA, which provides many options for DATK to exchange data and control processing with other software packages that have either been internally developed or externally purchased.
TS-WAVE 4.0 is an add-on feature of Visual Numerics' PV-WAVE range of visual data analysis products which allows the visual analysis of time-based data.
Visual Numerics offers two product lines: the IMSL Numerical Libraries for powerful mathematical and statistical analysis and the PV-WAVE visual data analysis development environment.
As a result, a number of software toolkits providing wavelet functions to manipulate data have been developed, including commercial products from MathWorks (MATLAB), Wolfram Research (Mathematica), Waterloo Maple, Research Systems (IDL), Visual Numerics (PV-WAVE), and a number of others, along with publicly available algorithms for Mac, UNIX, and Windows environments.
For instance, in the first chapter on task orientation, he provides a page from the PV-WAVE tutorial, showing how the writer has taken users and their tasks into consideration in developing the tutorial.
On the SPARCstations (an ELC and a SPARCstation1), Kairiss uses Precision Visual's PV-WAVE for data analysis and graphical output, and CalTech-supplied Genesis, a neural modeling package that runs under X Windows.
The PV-WAVE 8.5 family of products, which includes PVWAVE, JWAVE and TS-WAVE, is a suite of development solutions that allows users to import, manipulate, analyze and visualize data of any size and complexity.
The Wave-on-Web, or WoW, tools provide extensions for the company's main product, PV-WAVE, in support of GIF, JPEG, HTML, and VRML Internet standards, as well as reading files from a URL.
The PV-WAVE 8.5 family of products, which includes PV-WAVE, JWAVE and TS-WAVE, is a suite of development programs that allows users to import, manipulate, analyze and visualize data of any size and complexity.