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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Defining Interfaces for Interoperable Simulation and Modeling Tools

SESSION: Defining Interfaces for Interoperable Simulation and Modeling Tools

EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather

TIME: 12:15PM - 1:15PM

SESSION LEADER(S):Bruce Childers, Noel Wheeler, Daniel Mosse

ROOM:295

ABSTRACT:

This BOF aims to engage academia, government and industry in discussion of open frameworks and repositories for repeatable experimentation with interoperable and validated simulators for computer architecture. This BOF will solicit SC attendees to get involved and provide feedback in defining interfaces for interoperability and creating the tools that use the interfaces. It will help build a community behind interoperable, open simulation and modeling. Attendees will be informed and update about an ongoing NSF project: Open Curation for Computer Architecture Models (OCCAM), which is developing a repository of curated interoperable simulation tools and experimental results gathered with the tools.

Session Leader Details:

Bruce Childers (Primary Session Leader) - University of Pittsburgh

Noel Wheeler (Secondary Session Leader) - University of Maryland

Daniel Mosse (Secondary Session Leader) - University of Pittsburgh

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