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Project Resources

Email the developers

Mailing Lists

Web sites

Hardware

Software Repository Information


Additional Project Resources

  • Tutorials (these contain considerable documentation)

http://wiki.danse.us/danse/index.php/Tutorials

  • FAQ

http://wiki.danse.us/danse/index.php/Frequently_Asked_Questions http://wiki.danse.us/danse/index.php/Talk:Frequently_Asked_Questions

  • Install and build instructions

http://wiki.danse.us/danse/index.php/Install_&_Build_Instructions

  • Weekly meeting notes (see how design decisions are made)

http://wiki.danse.us/danse/index.php/Meeting_notes

  • DANSE Gantt chart

http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/projects/danse/tmp/gantt.pdf


Papers and Presentations

  • The DANSE Construction Proposal gives a thorough description of the components of the DANSE system, and information on interoperability (50 pages 0.8 MB pdf).
  • The DANSE white paper is an earlier, shorter, description of DANSE (DANSE white paper (http://arcs.cacr.caltech.edu/arcs/danse/docs/danse.pdf)).
  • Experimental Inelastic Neutron Scattering This free book explains the science and basic algorithms used for the reduction of inelastic neutron scattering data. It is a 200+ page LaTeX book with index and table of contents, written by the ARCS team over several years. Its intent is to take the reader from the basic scattering physics to the types of data analyses that are used. It is not documentation for specific software components, however. (2.0 MB pdf (http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/projects/danse/ARCS_Book_16x.pdf))
  • Distributed Analysis of Neutron Scattering Data on the TeraGrid This report explains at a conceptual level the issues that must be addressed if DANSE is to run on the TeraGrid. It is a report from Caltech to ORNL by McKerns, McCorquodale, and Fultz. (pdf (http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/projects/danse/TeraGrid_DistribComputing.pdf))
  • A Virtual Test Facility for Simulating the Dynamic Response of Materials Michael Aivazis, William A. Goddard, Dan Meiron, Michael Ortiz, James Pool, Joseph Shepherd, March 2000, Computing in Science and Engineering, Volume 2 Issue 2 http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/5992.825748
  • A Virtual Test Facility for the Simulation of Dynamic Response in Materials Julian Cummings, Michael Aivazis, Ravi Samtaney, Raul Radovitzky, Sean Mauch, Dan Meiron, August 2002, The Journal of Supercomputing, Volume 23 Issue 1 http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/A:1015733102520
  • Pyre: an integration framework for high-performance computing Michael Aivazis 2003 (pdf (http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/projects/danse/pyre/2003-pyre.pdf))
  • Scientific Application Design Michael Aivazis 2002 (pdf)


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