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Introduction

Self Adaptive Numerical Software (SANS) is a collaborative effort between different projects that deal with the opimization of software at different levels in relation to the execution environment. The SANS effort is intended to identify the commonalities of these different projects and help build a common framework on which these projects can possibly coexist.

Download the SANS Position paper [ PDF ] 122K


Summit On Self Adapting Software and Algorithms
August 7th and 8th, 2002 - University of Tennessee
  • Agenda
  • Meeting Summary [ DOC ] 39K
  • Presentations
    • dayde-tlse.pdf [ PDF ] 182K
    • dongarra-sans [ PDF ] 4.7M [ PPT ] 1.2M
    • johnsson-fft.ppt [ PPT ] 11M
    • more-neos.pdf [ PDF ] 419K
    • puschel-spiral [ PDF ] 528K [ PPT ] 1.1M
    • ueberhuber-map [ PDF ] 66K [ PPT ] 172K
    • yelick-bebop [ PDF ] 2.4M [ PPT ] 663K
SANS Projects

SANS Partners
SFB Aurora Project 5
Institute for Applied Mathematics and Numerical Analysis, Vienna University of Technology

Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Carnegie Mellon University

Advanced Computing Research Laboratory
Department of Computer Science, University of Houston

Laboratory for Advanced Numerical Software
Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory

Computer Science Department
University of Berkeley

Innovative Computing Laboratory
Computer Science Department, University of Tennessee