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Section: New Software and Platforms


Modular External Library for In Situ Statistical Analysis

Keyword: Sensitivity Analysis

Functional Description: Melissa is an in situ solution for sensitivity analysis. It implements iterative algorithms to compute spatio-temporal statistic fields over results of large scale sensitivity studies. Melissa relies on a client/server architecture, composed of three main modules:

Melissa Server: an independent parallel executable. It receives data from the simulations, updates iterative statistics as soon as possible, then trow data away. Melissa API: a shared library to be linked within the simulation code. It mainly transmit simulation data to Melissa Server at each timestep. The simulations of the sensitivity analysis become the clients of Melissa Server. Melissa Launcher: A Python script in charge of generating and managing the whole global sensitivity analysis.