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Resilient Workflows for High-Performance Computational Mechanics Platforms

Toan Nguyen 1, * Laurentiu Trifan 1 Jean-Antoine Désidéri 1 
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1 OPALE - Optimization and control, numerical algorithms and integration of complex multidiscipline systems governed by PDE
CRISAM - Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée , JAD - Laboratoire Jean Alexandre Dieudonné : UMR6621
Abstract : Workflow management systems have recently been the focus of much interest and many research and deployment for scientific applications worldwide [26, 27, 35]. Their ability to abstract the applications by wrapping application codes have also stressed the usefulness of such systems for multidiscipline applications [23, 24]. When complex applications need to provide seamless interfaces hiding the technicalities of the computing infrastructures, their high-level modeling, monitoring and execution functionalities help giving production teams seamless and effective facilities [25, 31, 33]. Software integration infrastructures based on programming paradigms such as Python, Mathlab and Scilab have also provided evidence of the usefulness of such approaches for the tight coupling of multidisciplne application codes [22, 24]. Also high-performance computing based on multi-core multi-cluster infrastructures open new opportunities for more accurate, more extensive and effective robust multi-discipline simulations for the decades to come [28]. This supports the goal of full flight dynamics simulation for 3D aircraft models within the next decade, opening the way to virtual flight-tests and certification of aircraft in the future [23, 24, 29].
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Toan Nguyen, Laurentiu Trifan, Jean-Antoine Désidéri. Resilient Workflows for High-Performance Computational Mechanics Platforms. World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Jul 2010, Sydney, Australia. ⟨inria-00524656⟩



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