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    • ExaQUte: D1.2 First release of the softwares 

      Tosi, Riccardo; Amela Milian, Ramon; Núñez Corbacho, Marc; Roig Pina, Carlos Alejandro; Badia Sala, Rosa Maria; Rossi, Riccardo (2019-05-30)
      External research report
      Open Access
      This deliverable presents the software release of the Kratos Multiphysics software [3], ”a framework for building parallel, multi-disciplinary simulation software, aiming at modularity, extensibility, and high performance. ...
    • ExaQUte: D1.3 First public release of the solver 

      Ayoul-Guilmard, Quentin; Badia Sala, Rosa Maria; Ejarque, Jorge; Ganesh, Sundar; Nobile, Fabio; Núñez Corbacho, Marc; Soriano Ortiz, Cecilia; Roig Pina, Carlos Alejandro; Rossi, Riccardo; Tosi, Riccardo (2020-05-29)
      External research report
      Open Access
      This deliverable presents the software release of Kratos Multiphysics, together with the XMC library, Hyperloom and PyCOMPSs API definition [8]. This report is meant to serve as a supplement to the public release of the ...
    • ExaQUte: D1.4 Final public release of the solver 

      Ayoul-Guilmard, Quentin; Ganesh, Sundar; Nobile, Fabio; Badia Sala, Rosa Maria; Ejarque, Jorge; Cirrottola, Luca; Froehly, Algiane; Keith, Brendan; Kodakkal, Anoop; Núñez Corbacho, Marc; Roig Pina, Carlos Alejandro; Rossi, Riccardo; Tosi, Riccardo; Soriano Ortiz, Cecilia (2020-11-30)
      External research report
      Open Access
      This deliverable presents the final software release of Kratos Multiphysics, together with the XMC library, Hyperloom and PyCOMPSs API definitions [13]. This release also contains the latest developements on MPI parallel ...
    • ExaQUte: D2.3. Adjoint-based error estimation routines 

      Keith, Brendan; Apostolatos, Andreas; Kodakkal, Anoop; Rossi, Riccardo; Tosi, Riccardo; Wohlmuth, Barbara (2019-05-30)
      External research report
      Open Access
      This document presents a simple and ecient strategy for adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) and a posteriori error estimation for the transient incompressible Navier{Stokes equations. This strategy is informed by the work of ...
    • ExaQUte: D4.2 Profiling report of the partner’s tools, complete with performance suggestions 

      Amela Milian, Ramon; Badia Sala, Rosa Maria; Böhm, Stanislav; Tosi, Riccardo; Rossi, Riccardo (2019-05-30)
      External research report
      Open Access
      This deliverable focuses on the proling activities developed in the project with the partner's applications. To perform this proling activities, a couple of benchmarks were dened in collaboration with WP5. The rst benchmark ...
    • ExaQUte: D5.2 Release of ExaQUte MLMC Python engine 

      Amela Milian, Ramon; Ayoul-Guilmard, Quentin; Ganesh, Sundar; Tosi, Riccardo; Badia Sala, Rosa Maria; Nobile, Fabio; Rossi, Riccardo (2019-05-30)
      External research report
      Open Access
      In this deliverable, the ExaQUte xmc library is introduced. This report is meant to serve as a supplement to the publicly release of the library. In the following sections, the ExaQUte xmc library is described along with ...
    • ExaQUte: D5.3 Report on theoretical work to allow the use of MLMC with adaptive mesh refinement 

      Ayoul-Guilmard, Quentin; Ganesh, Sundar; Núñez Corbacho, Marc; Tosi, Riccardo; Nobile, Fabio; Rossi, Riccardo (2020-05-30)
      External research report
      Open Access
      This documents describes several studies undertaken to assess the applicability of MultiLevel Monte Carlo (MLMC) methods to problems of interest; namely in turbulent fluid flow over civil engineering structures. Several ...
    • ExaQUte: D5.4 Report on MLMC for time dependent problems 

      Ayoul-Guilmard, Quentin; Ganesh, Sundar; Núñez Corbacho, Marc; Tosi, Riccardo; Nobile, Fabio; Rossi, Riccardo (2020-11-13)
      External research report
      Open Access
      In this report, we study the use of Multi-Level Monte Carlo (MLMC) methods for time dependent problems. It was found that the usability of MLMC methods depends strongly on whether or not the underlying time dependent problem ...