CODY: Continuum Dynamics Evaluation and Test Suite

CODY is a development framework and suite of small applications, or "mini-apps", characteristic of continuum dynamics applications that will be used for research in new programming models, software environments, and the evaluation of new computer architectures.
June 20, 2013
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CODY is a development framework and suite of small applications, or "mini-apps", characteristic of continuum dynamics applications that will be used for research in new programming models, software environments, and the evaluation of new computer architectures.

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CODY: Continuum Dynamics Evaluation and Test Suite

CODY is a development framework and suite of small applications, or "mini-apps", characteristic of continuum dynamics applications that will be used for research in new programming models, software environments, and the evaluation of new computer architectures. CODY is initially a suite of applications written in C and C++ with extensions--including CUDA and OpenCL--that enable the use of emerging computer architectures. Our goals are operating system, computer architecture, and programming language agnostic, however, so we expect evolution over time. CODY is designed for computer science researchers to assess and explore new directions in computer architecture and programming models. CODY was developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory to provide a set of small, manageable applications that are representative of some scientific workloads at LANL, in a form that can be readily shared with research partners at other organizations.

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Available for Express Licensing(?). This software is open source.

To download, please visit github. For more information, contact Software@lanl.gov.

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