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Volume 20 |Article ID 842791 | https://doi.org/10.3233/SPR-2012-0345

Ron A. Oldfield, Gregory D. Sjaardema, Gerald F. Lofstead II, Todd Kordenbrock, "Trilinos I/O Support (Trios)", Scientific Programming, vol. 20, Article ID 842791, 16 pages, 2012. https://doi.org/10.3233/SPR-2012-0345

Trilinos I/O Support (Trios)

Abstract

Trilinos I/O Support (Trios) is a new capability area in Trilinos that serves two important roles: (1) it provides and supports I/O libraries used by in-production scientific codes; (2) it provides a research vehicle for the evaluation and distribution of new techniques to improve I/O on advanced platforms. This paper provides a brief overview of the production-grade I/O libraries in Trios as well as some of the ongoing research efforts that contribute to the experimental libraries in Trios.

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