PUMI is a parallel unstructured mesh management infrastructure to support a full range of operations on unstructured meshes on massively parallel computers consisiting of six libraries: pumi_util for common features, pumi_comm for phased message passing and thread management, pumi_geom for geometric model interface, pumi_mesh for distributed mesh management, pumi_partition for partition improvement and puma_field for field management. PUMI provides a core capability used in all the automated adaptive simulation software developed at RPI’s Scientific Computation Research Center which is currently being used on projects sponsored by the DOE, NSF, Army, NASA and several companies.
PUMI provides the ITAPS (Interoperable Tools for Advanced Petascale Simulations, http://www.itaps.org) interface representing core functionalities of the ITAPS meshing tools.
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Manager: Cameron Smith, Dan Ibanez, E. Seegyoung Seol
Developer: Ben Matthews, Brian Carnes, Brian Granzow, Cameron Smith, Dan Ibanez, Daniel Zaide, David Huynh, David O'Neal, E. Seegyoung Seol, Eisung Yoon, Gerrett Diamond, Glen Hansen, Ian Dunn, Johnny Chen, Kenneth Jansen, Marissa Barbato, Mark Shephard, Michel Rasquin, Morteza Hakimi Siboni, Onkar Sahni, Qiukai Lu, Ramakanth Munipalli, William Tobin, Zhen LI
User: Brian Carnes, Daniel Zaide, David Huynh, David O'Neal, Gerrett Diamond, Glen Hansen, Ian Dunn, Johnny Chen, Kenneth Jansen, Mark Shephard, Michel Rasquin, Onkar Sahni, Ramakanth Munipalli, William Tobin
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