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.settings Initial import - version 1.0.0 Nov 17, 2011
cpc Module creation tutorial May 11, 2016
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compileLibraries.sh Added a script for compiling libraries using Cython. Feb 25, 2014
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cpc-worker -h command printed out an error message before printing out usage Jan 22, 2015
cpcc -h command printed out an error message before printing out usage Jan 22, 2015
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README.txt

Copernicus is an open source platform that lets you automate problems that require more computing power than your single workstation provide. Using the platform you can consolidate you’re desktop machines, supercomputing cluster and cloud instances and use them all at once to solve distributed computing problems.
It was first developed with the support of ERC project 209825 and and is now continued in the Scalalife and Cresta projects.

Head authors & project leaders
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Sander Pronk
Iman Pouya (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Peter Kasson (University of Virginia, USA)
Erik Lindahl (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)


Other current developers
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Magnus Lundborg (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Björn Wesen (RoyL Institute of Technology,Sweden)

Previous Developers and contributors
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Patrik Falkman
Grant Rotskoff ( University of California, Berkley, US )