CLAMR (Compute Language Adaptive Mesh Refinement)

CLAMR (Compute Language Adaptive Mesh Refinement) is being developed as a DOE mini-app, one of several applications being developed to help prepare for the Exascale class of heterogeneous hardware platforms.
June 29, 2013
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CLAMR (Compute Language Adaptive Mesh Refinement) is being developed as a DOE mini-app, one of several applications being developed to help prepare for the Exascale class of heterogeneous hardware platforms.

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CLAMR (Compute Language Adaptive Mesh Refinement)

CLAMR (Compute Language Adaptive Mesh Refinement) is being developed as a DOE mini-app, one of several applications being developed to help prepare for the Exascale class of heterogeneous hardware platforms. DOE mini-apps are modern benchmark codes intended to fill the need for a co-design process to further develop future hardware and software. CLAMR is being used to develop the computer science infrastructure needed for cell-based adaptive mesh refinement to effectively run on an Exascale class system. As a simple representative physics model, the shallow water equations are used. This kind of physics model can be used to simulate tsunamis and many other water flows. Other physics models can use the same cell-based adaptive mesh refinement infrastructure.

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Available for Express Licensing(?). This software is open source.

To download, please visit github. For more information, contact Software@lanl.gov.

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