Status of Release of the Uintah Computational Framework

@inproceedings{Berzins2012StatusOR,
  title={Status of Release of the Uintah Computational Framework},
  author={Martin Berzins},
  year={2012}
}
This report provides a summary of the status of the Uintah Computation Framework (UCF) software. Uintah is uniquely equipped to tackle large-scale multi-physics science and engineering problems on disparate length and time scales. The Uintah framework makes it possible to run adaptive computations on modern HPC architectures with tens and now hundreds of thousands of cores with complex communication/memory hierarchies. Uintah was orignally developed in the University of Utah Center for… CONTINUE READING

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