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Multi-Physics Integration Framework (MuPIF) is an integration framework, that will facilitate the implementation of multi-physic and multi-level simulations, built from independently developed components. The principal role of the framework is to steer individual components (applications) and to provide high-level data-exchange services. Each application should implement an interface that allows to steer application and execute data requests. The design supports various coupling strategies, discretization techniques, and also the distributed applications.

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analysis distributed_computing integration multiphysics multiscale numerical_modeling orchestration scientific_computing simulation_framework simulationplatform

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30 Day Summary

May 28 2022 — Jun 27 2022

12 Month Summary

Jun 27 2021 — Jun 27 2022
  • 248 Commits
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  • 5 Contributors
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