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Alya is a high performance computational mechanics code to solve engineering coupled problems.

PARSECSs is a suite of benchmark applications for parallel architectures.  PARSECSs expands the original PARSEC suite with task-based implementations using the OmpSs and/or OpenMP 4.0 programming models.  The implementation make use of concepts such as task-parallelism and dataflow relations to achieve maximum performance and offer a diverse set of applications from a wide range of domains.  It is designed to use broad concepts of task-parallelism in order to make porting to any generic task-based model easy, and offer important insight to the HPC community in regards to the efficiency and programmability of such models.

pyDock is a fast protocol which uses electrostatics and desolvation energy to score docking poses generated with FFT-based algorithms.

Seismograms Analyzer-e (SA-e) is a software to process and analyze seismic records. SA-e is a standalone software that works on the operative system Windows 7 or higher.

Tiramisu is a data analytics tool for processing, transforming and exploiting data embeddings obtained through deep learning models.

Volcanic ash dispersal modelling

s2dverification (seasonal to decadal verification) is an R framework that aids in the analysis of forecasts from the data retrieval stage, through computation of statistics and skill scores against observations, to visualisation of data and results. While some of its components are only targeted to verification of seasonal to decadal climate forecasts, it provides tools that can be useful for verification of forecasts in any field.

Find out more in the overview below, on the wiki page or on the CRAN website.
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Slurm Simulator v17

Having a precise and a fast job scheduler model that resembles the real-machine job scheduling software behavior is extremely important in the field of job scheduling. The idea behind Slurm simulator is preserving the original code of the core SLURM functions while allowing for all the advantages of a simulator. Since 2011, Slurm simulator has passed through several iterations of improvements in different research centers. We took last available version's code and we fixed various issues, we improved the simulator's performance of about 2.6 times, made it deterministic across several same set-up runs, and improved the its accuracy.