0
I Use This!
Inactive
Analyzed about 14 hours ago. based on code collected about 14 hours ago.

Project Summary

Octopus is a parallel, distributed 3D framework for crafting scientific simulations that use adaptive mesh refinment (AMR) methods. The primary application focus is Eulerian astrophysics codes. Octopus uses the HPX C++11 runtime system and an octree-based AMR algorithm. The code is based off of work originally done by Dominic Marcello.

Octopus is developed at Louisiana State University through the joint effort of the STE||AR group at the Center for Computation and Technology and the Department of Physics. The primary developers are Bryce Adelstein-Lelbach and Zach Byerly. This work is supported by the National Science Foundation through award 1240655 (STAR).

Tags

astrophysics boost c++ c++0x c++11 distributed distributedcomputing euler_equations eulerian hydrodynamics parallel parallelalgorithm parallelization science

In a Nutshell, octopus-framework...

Boost Software License 1.0
Permitted
Forbidden
Required

These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.

All Licenses

This Project has No vulnerabilities Reported Against it

Did You Know...

  • ...
    Black Duck offers a free trial so you can discover if there are open source vulnerabilities in your code
  • ...
    learn about Open Hub updates and features on the Open Hub blog
  • ...
    in 2016, 47% of companies did not have formal process in place to track OS code
  • ...
    search using multiple tags to find exactly what you need

Languages

Languages?height=75&width=75
C++
93%
3 Other
7%

30 Day Summary

Mar 27 2018 — Apr 26 2018

12 Month Summary

Apr 26 2017 — Apr 26 2018

Ratings

Be the first to rate this project
Click to add your rating
   Spinner
Review this Project!