[gst-devel] gstreamer in a non-multimedia area?
wesley.hoke at gmail.com
Tue Dec 29 17:29:30 CET 2009
Sounds like you're interested in applying dataflow networks to
scientific computing. There are a number of mostly commercial
applications that do this but very few frameworks/libs.
Have you considered using a scripting language to glue everything
together? You'll have faster dev cycles and mote opportunity for
customization. This is my personal prefernce for scientific
applications because the data is often heterogeneous. What about a
pre-baked solution like. SciPy or roll your own with lua
On Dec 29, 2009, at 9:18 AM, Leonardo Sandoval <leonardo_gdl at yahoo.com.mx
> In the past, I worked in a project which consists of joining
> together several numerical codes (codes which solve some particular
> physic problem, like stars gravity or star mass evolution) in a
> single one, but this turned to be a very difficult problem due to
> different language/technologies.
> Recently, I moved to the multimedia field using gstreamer and seems
> to be an excellent and natural 'glue' to put several things together
> under a single framework. Before I can dig deeper on this, I have a
> simple question: in the case of galaxy dynamics, we are not talking
> about frames but 'snapshots', where each snapshot contains the
> information of each star inside a galaxy (mass, position, velocity,
> gas composition, etc.), i.e. the state of the galaxy at some time.
> I know that gstreamer does not care about the kind of data flowing,
> I just want to know if gstreamer has been used in other fields
> rather than multimedia and if yes, which has been the experienced
> with this technology.
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