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FLAME: A platform for high performance computing of complex systems, applied for three case studies

  • Author(s): Kiran, M
  • Bicak, M
  • Maleki-Dizaji, S
  • Holcombe, M
  • et al.

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http://www.actaphys.uj.edu.pl/fulltext?series=Sup&vol=4&page=201
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Abstract

FLAME allows complex models to be automatically parallelised on High Performance Computing (HPC) grids enabling large number of agents to be simulated over short periods of time. Modellers are hindered by complexities of porting models on parallel platforms and time taken to run large simulations on a single machine, which FLAME overcomes. Three case studies from different disciplines were modelled using FLAME, and are presented along with their performance results on a grid.

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