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Component specification in the Cactus Framework: The Cactus Configuration Language

Gabrielle Allen, Tom Goodale, Frank Loffler, David Rideout, Erik Schnetter, Eric L. Seidel
2010 2010 11th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Grid Computing  
In this paper, we discuss the Cactus Configuration Language (CCL) which is used to describe components ("thorns") in the Cactus Framework.  ...  Component frameworks are complex systems that rely on many layers of abstraction to function properly.  ...  Cactus currently operates with a single computational grid so that all physical models need to run on a single domain.  ... 
doi:10.1109/grid.2010.5698008 dblp:conf/grid/AllenGLRSS10 fatcat:5stk25xv2zbr5nwva5cwtqgrce

The Cactus Worm: Experiments with Dynamic Resource Discovery and Allocation in a Grid Environment

Gabrielle Allen, David Angulo, Ian Foster, Gerd Lanfermann, Chuang Liu, Thomas Radke, Ed Seidel, John Shalf
2001 The international journal of high performance computing applications  
In addition, we suggest that this "Cactus Worm" is an interesting challenge problem for Grid computing.  ...  In order to explore some of these issues in a practical setting, we are developing an experimental framework, called Cactus, that incorporates both adaptive application structures for dealing with changing  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported in part by the NSF-funded Grid Application Development Software project under Grant No. 9975020.  ... 
doi:10.1177/109434200101500402 fatcat:mwdpcmpoovh5xjwrxjd7jvoevu

Design and Implementation of Network Performance Aware Applications Using SAGA and Cactus

Shantenu Jha, Hartmut Kaiser, Yaakoub El Khamra, Ole Weidner
2007 Third IEEE International Conference on e-Science and Grid Computing (e-Science 2007)  
This paper demonstrates the use of appropriate programming abstractions -SAGA and Cactus -that facilitate the development of applications for distributed infrastructure.  ...  We show how SAGA can be integrated with Cactus to develop simple, useful and easily extensible applications that can be deployed on a wide variety of distributed infrastructure, independent of the details  ...  We would like to acknowledge the support of the OGF SAGA Research Group for their work towards developing the SAGA specification (in particular Andre Merzky), as well as the Cactus team.  ... 
doi:10.1109/e-science.2007.28 dblp:conf/eScience/JhaKKW07 fatcat:f4ewt5zupbgeddlyzckxyhmr4u

Grid computing environments

G. Fox
2003 Computing in science & engineering (Print)  
[20] supports the Cactus environment [31, 36] which has well developed support for Grid computing at the HPC layer i.e. it supports backend programming interfaces and not the middle-tier GCEShell  ...  Introduction This short paper summarizes a set of 28 papers gathered together by the GCE (Grid Computing Environment) group of the Global Grid Forum.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcise.2003.1182964 fatcat:fwcvhvs5dje3tm2sbg35t5eecm

Self adaptivity in Grid computing

Sathish S. Vadhiyar, Jack J. Dongarra
2005 Concurrency and Computation  
Recently, a number of self-adapting software systems have been designed and developed for various computing environments.  ...  In this paper, we discuss the design and implementation of a software system that dynamically adjusts the parallelism of applications executing on computational Grids in accordance with the changing load  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors wish to thank the reviewers for their very helpful comments toward improving the quality of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.927 fatcat:vln7u4pnobbxtcjl73op3c6zwu

Impact of modern memory subsystems on cache optimizations for stencil computations

Shoaib Kamil, Parry Husbands, Leonid Oliker, John Shalf, Katherine Yelick
2005 Proceedings of the 2005 workshop on Memory system performance - MSP '05  
First we develop a simple benchmark to evaluate the effectiveness of prefetching in cache-based memory systems.  ...  In this work we investigate the impact of evolving memory system features, such as large on-chip caches, automatic prefetch, and the growing distance to main memory on 3D stencil computations.  ...  It is also important to understand the range of grid sizes currently being utilized in large-scale scientific applications.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1111583.1111589 dblp:conf/ACMmsp/KamilHOSY05 fatcat:ya5bhr22bjc3pjz6ox2rd2iotu

The Cactus Framework and Toolkit: Design and Applications [chapter]

Tom Goodale, Gabrielle Allen, Gerd Lanfermann, Joan Massó, Thomas Radke, Edward Seidel, John Shalf
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We survey how Cactus 4.0 is being used by various application communities, and describe how it will also enable these applications to run on the computational Grids of the near future.  ...  , while hiding most details of the underlying computational libraries from the application developer.  ...  Originally an outgrowth of work in the NCSA numerical relativity group in the early 1990's, the first framework with the name Cactus was developed at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36569-9_13 fatcat:qrrekxpcivghpdvcurp7dqbbtq

Numerical Relativity As A Tool For Computational Astrophysics [article]

Edward Seidel, Wai-Mo Suen
1999 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper we review the computational effort in this direction, and discuss a new 3D multi-purpose parallel code called "Cactus" for general relativistic astrophysics.  ...  The astrophysics of compact objects, which requires Einstein's theory of general relativity for understanding phenomena such as black holes and neutron stars, is attracting increasing attention.  ...  The Cactus code was originally started by Joan Massó and Paul Walker at AEI, and the MAHC general relativistic hydrodynamic module was started by Mark Miller at Wash U; these were then opened up to development  ... 
arXiv:gr-qc/9904014v1 fatcat:ygxuciynvre5jkyizjqyw2nlly

Cactus Framework [chapter]

John Shalf, Thomas Radke, Edward Seidel, Gabrielle Allen, Peter Diener, Christian Ott, Erik Schnetter, Tom Goodale
2007 Chapman & Hall/CRC Computational Science  
We consider some of the challenges which will be caused by future petascale architectures, and discuss our plans for the future development of the Cactus framework and its applications to meet these challenges  ...  In this article we outline our petascale approach to the GRB problem and discuss the computational toolkits and numerical codes that are currently in use and that will be scaled up to run on emerging petaflop  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the many contributions of our colleagues in the Cactus, Carpet, and Whisky groups, and the research groups at the CCT, AEI, and at the University of Arizona.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781584889106.ch24 fatcat:zaej2235obcpbfbbrilsubirnq

Numerical relativity as a tool for computational astrophysics

Edward Seidel, Wai-Mo Suen
1999 Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics  
In this paper we review the computational e ort in this direction, and discuss a new 3D multi-purpose parallel code called "Cactus" for general relativistic astrophysics.  ...  The astrophysics of compact objects, which requires Einstein's theory of general relativity for understanding phenomena such as black holes and neutron stars, is attracting increasing attention.  ...  The Cactus code was originally started by Joan Massà o and Paul Walker at AEI, and the MAHC general relativistic hydrodynamic module was started by Mark Miller at Wash U; these were then opened up to development  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0377-0427(99)00169-7 fatcat:ggk3wxabc5eelmq2xsircx4tw4

The Prickly Pear Archive

Steven R. Brandt, Oleg Korobkin, Frank Löffler, Jian Tao, Erik Schnetter, Ian Hinder, Dennis Castleberry, Michael Thomas
2011 Procedia Computer Science  
We feel that Cactus is an ideal candidate for the on-line journal, therefore we propose the name "The Prickly Pear Archive" for the on-line journal, taking the name from a species of cactus that can be  ...  By means of the framework, simulations referenced in the paper can be run (or re-run) on journal supercomputers at will, allowing verification of the results or deeper analysis of the paper's problem space  ...  The design of Cactus enables scientists and engineers to develop independent components in Cactus without worrying about portability issues on computing systems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2011.04.079 fatcat:6wsa4xeeangzbhnfxqtfgrmxnm

The Astrophysics Simulation Collaboratory Portal: a framework for effective distributed research

Ruxandra Bondarescu, Gabrielle Allen, Gregory Daues, Ian Kelley, Michael Russell, Edward Seidel, John Shalf, Malcolm Tobias
2005 Future generations computer systems  
The ASC project seeks to provide a web-based problem solving framework for the astrophysics community to harness Computational Grids.  ...  We describe the architecture of the ASC Portal and present its components with emphasis on elements related to the Cactus framework.  ...  We gratefully acknowledge the help of the Cactus team, particularly Tom Goodale, Gerd Lanfermann, and Thomas Radke, and our ASC and GridLab colleagues Thomas Dramlitsch, Ian Foster, Sai Iyer, Gregor von  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.future.2003.10.008 fatcat:sgks6xlrcbcjvewvhdaeeh4cii

The Einstein Toolkit: a community computational infrastructure for relativistic astrophysics

Frank Löffler, Joshua Faber, Eloisa Bentivegna, Tanja Bode, Peter Diener, Roland Haas, Ian Hinder, Bruno C Mundim, Christian D Ott, Erik Schnetter, Gabrielle Allen, Manuela Campanelli (+1 others)
2012 Classical and quantum gravity  
The Einstein Toolkit is currently based on the Cactus Framework for high-performance computing and the Carpet adaptive mesh refinement driver.  ...  We discuss the motivation behind the release of the toolkit, the philosophy underlying its development, and the goals of the project.  ...  Any opinion, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0264-9381/29/11/115001 fatcat:r46z6siicvb2veqjhmva7kryai

Ensuring correctness at the application level

Eloisa Bentivegna, Gabrielle Allen, Oleg Korobkin, Erik Schnetter
2009 Proceedings of the 2009 Workshop on Component-Based High Performance Computing - CBHPC '09  
In this paper, we describe the programming model introduced by the Cactus framework, review the High Performance Computing (HPC) challenges that Cactus is designed to address, and illustrate the correctness  ...  strategies that are currently available in Cactus at the code, component, and application level.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the contributions of the former and current Cactus team in the design and implementation of the capabilities described in this paper, particularly Tom Goodale and Thomas  ... 
doi:10.1145/1687774.1687777 fatcat:aqabgyap3zhydh3avlbcotzaoa

Reliability in grid computing systems

Christopher Dabrowski
2009 Concurrency and Computation  
RELIABILITY OF GRID RESOURCES Because of its obvious importance, ensuring the reliability of computing hardware and software resources that comprise grid systems has probably been the object of more effort  ...  The focus of this activity has been the Open Grid Forum, but other standards development organizations have also produced specifications that are used in grid systems.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I wish to thank Matti Hiltunen of AT&T his many insightful comments that helped improve this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.1410 fatcat:xih4uaq3unf7hcxa67ssxoh2jm
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