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Project Summary

Detector simulation is one of the most CPU intensive tasks in modern High Energy Physics.

While its importance for the design of the detector and the estimation of the efficiency is ever increasing, the amount of events that can be simulated is often constrained by the available computing resources.

Various kind of "fast simulations" have been developed to alleviate this problem, however, while successful, these are mostly "ad hoc" solutions which do not replace completely the need for detailed simulations.

One of the common features of both detailed and fast simulation is the inability of the codes to exploit fully the parallelism which is increasingly offered by the new generations of CPUs.

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arm c++ cuda detector gpu physics simulation vectorization

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30 Day Summary

Sep 14 2015 — Oct 14 2015

12 Month Summary

Oct 14 2014 — Oct 14 2015
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