Workflows

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6 Workflows visible to you, out of a total of 6

Name: KMeans Contact Person: support-compss@bsc.es Access Level: public License Agreement: Apache2 Platform: COMPSs Machine: MareNostrum5

KMEans for clustering the housing.csv dataset (https://github.com/sonarsushant/California-House-Price-Prediction/blob/master/housing.csv). This application used dislib-0.9.0

PyCOMPSs implementation of Probabilistic Tsunami Forecast (PTF). PTF explicitly treats data- and forecast-uncertainties, enabling alert level definitions according to any predefined level of conservatism, which is connected to the average balance of missed-vs-false-alarms. Run of the Kos-Bodrum 2017 event test-case with 1000 scenarios, 8h tsunami simulation for each and forecast calculations for partial and full ensembles with focal mechanism and tsunami data updates.

PyCOMPSs implementation of Probabilistic Tsunami Forecast (PTF). PTF explicitly treats data- and forecast-uncertainties, enabling alert level definitions according to any predefined level of conservatism, which is connected to the average balance of missed-vs-false-alarms. Run of the Boumerdes-2003 event test-case with 1000 scenarios, 8h tsunami simulation for each and forecast calculations for partial and full ensembles with focal mechanism and tsunami data updates.

Name: Random Forest Contact Person: support-compss@bsc.es Access Level: public License Agreement: Apache2 Platform: COMPSs Machine: MareNostrum4 This is an example of Random Forest algorithm from dislib. To show the usage, the code generates a synthetical input matrix. The results are printed by screen. This application used dislib-0.9.0

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Name: Lanczos SVD Contact Person: support-compss@bsc.es Access Level: public License Agreement: Apache2 Platform: COMPSs Machine: MareNostrum4

Lanczos SVD for computing singular values needed to reach an epsilon of 1e-3 on a matrix of (150000, 150). The input matrix is generated synthetically. This application used dislib-0.9.0

Type: COMPSs

Creators: Fernando Vázquez-Novoa, Workflows and Distributed Computing

Submitter: Fernando Vázquez-Novoa

DOI: 10.48546/workflowhub.workflow.690.1

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A demonstration workflow for Reduced Order Modeling (ROM) within the eFlows4HPC project, implemented using Kratos Multiphysics, EZyRB, COMPSs, and dislib.

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