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Visual Solutions Announces ParaVista 1.0
Posted Mon March 25, 2002 @02:16PM
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Post Processing Visual Solutions, Inc. today announced the successful release of ParaVista version 1.0. This initial offering will provide product engineers with a powerful tool for interactively visualizing and better understanding the performance of their designs.

ParaVista is a state-of-the-art visualization software system that operates on an entire set of parametric analysis data files rather than just a single steady-state solution. For visualizing parametric data, ParaVista replaces the tedious process of paging through several individual plots with the ability to interactively fly through the parametric data space while viewing the results.

ParaVista 1.0 gives engineers doing parametric studies the ability to visualize their design analysis results in a more efficient and comprehensive way than previously possible.
-- Fergus Merritt, Technical Director of Visual Solutions, Inc.

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