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  1. vtkForMPI Public

    An example of vtk visualization server for a fortran client application, using MPI

    C++ 2

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    MODULE mod_fint
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    IMPLICIT NONE
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    INTEGER,  PARAMETER :: IP4 = SELECTED_INT_KIND(9)
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    INTEGER,  PARAMETER :: WP  = SELECTED_REAL_KIND(15,307)
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  3. earlyFIT Public

    A framework to fit an ensemble of epidemic models to one or multiple regions at once

    MATLAB

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    program myreduce2
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       !Program to show a simple implementation of mpi_reduce, with only mpi_send/recv
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       !Useful for cases where one would need mpi_type_create_struct and mpi_op_create to achieve the same result
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       !This version uses the same MPICH binomial tree algorithm (order from 0 to nproc-1), which allows an easy
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       !customization of the processing order (just map each process to a different id)
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    program myalltoall
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       !Program to show a simple implementation of a deadlock avoiding mpi loop among all processes which,
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       !in principle, is similar to an alltoall loop. However, the main purpose of the technique shown here is to
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       !properly reorder shortest (i.e., each process with just few others) non-blocking communication loops,
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       !in order to alleviate the burden on the communication side (as each exchange is matched, everything

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