Publications

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Publications using Cactus

Publications and Web Pages about the Cactus Framework

  1. B. Talbot, S. Zhou, and G. Higgins. Software Engineering Support of the Third Round of Scientific Grand Challenge Investigations. An earth modelling system software framework strawman design that integrates cactus and ucla/ucb distributed data broker - task 5 final report, NASA, June 2002.
  2. B. Talbot, S. Zhou, and G. Higgins. Review of the Cactus Framework. Task 4 report: Earth system modeling framework survey, Software Engineering Support of the Third Round of Scientific Grand Challenge Investigations, 2000.
  3. T. Goodale, G. Allen, G. Lanfermann, J. Massó, T. Radke, E. Seidel, and J. Shalf. The Cactus Framework and Toolkit: Design and Applications. In Vector and Parallel Processing - VECPAR '2002, 5th International Conference. Springer, 2003.
  4. Erik Schnetter, Christian Ott, Gabrielle Allen, Peter Diener, Tom Goodale, Thomas Radke, Edward Seidel, and John Shalf. Cactus framework: Black holes to gamma ray bursts. CoRR, abs/0707.1607, 2007.
  5. Dylan Stark, Gabrielle Allen, Tom Goodale, Thomas Radke, and Erik Schnetter. An extensible timing infrastructure for adaptive large-scale applications. CoRR, abs/0705.3015, 2007.
  6. G. Allen, T. Dramlitsch, I. Foster, N. Karonis, M. Ripeanu, E. Seidel, and B. Toonen. Supporting efficient execution in heterogeneous distributed computing environments with cactus and globus. In Proceedings of Supercomputing 2001, Denver, USA, 2001.
  1. Mesh refinement with Carpet.
  2. Cactus Computational Toolkit.

Numerical Relativity Publications

  1. N. Stergioulas and I. Hawke. Equilibrium and pulsations of rotating stars in numerical relativity. In K. D. Kokkotas and N. Stergioulas, editors, Recent Developments in Gravity, Proceedings of the 10th Hellenic Relativity Conference, page 185, Singapore, 2003. World Scientific.
  2. Y. Zlochower, J.G. Baker, M. Campanelli, and C.O. Lousto. Accurate black hole evolutions by fourth-order numerical relativity. Physical Review D, 72:024021, May 2005.
  3. Yosef Zlochower, Roberto Gómez, Sascha Husa, Luis Lehner, and Jeffrey Winicour. Mode coupling in the nonlinear response of black holes. Physical Review D, 68:084014, 2003.
  4. Burkhard Zink, Erik Schnetter, and Manuel Tiglio. Multi-patch methods in general relativistic astrophysics - I. Hydrodynamical flows on fixed backgrounds. Phys. Rev., D77:103015, 2008. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.77.103015)
  5. Burkhard Zink, Nikolaos Stergioulas, Ian Hawke, Christian D. Ott, Erik Schnetter, and Ewald Müller. Black hole formation through fragmentation of toroidal polytropes. 2005.
  6. D. N. Vulcanov. Doing numerical cosmology with the cactus code, 2002.
  7. Dumitru N Vulcanov and Miguel Alcubierre. Testing the Cactus Code on Exact Solutions of the Einstein Field Equations. International Journal of Modern Physics C, 13(6):805–822, 2002.
  8. Birjoo Vaishnav, Ian Hinder, Frank Herrmann, and Deirdre Shoemaker. Matched Filtering of Numerical Relativity Templates of Spinning Binary Black Holes. Phys. Rev., D76:084020, 2007. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.76.084020)
  9. Manuel Tiglio, Luis Lehner, and David Neilsen. 3d simulations of einstein's equations: symmetric hyperbolicity, live gauges and dynamic control of the constraints. Physical Review D, 70:104018, 2004.
  10. W Tichy, B Brügmann, M Campanelli, and P Diener. Binary black hole initial data for numerical general relativity based on post-newtonian data. Physical Review D, 67:064008, 2003.
  11. Jonathan Thornburg. A Fast Apparent-Horizon Finder for 3-Dimensional Cartesian Grids in Numerical Relativity. Class. Quantum Grav., 21(2):743–766, January 2004. (doi:10.1088/0264-9381/21/2/026)
  12. Jonathan Thornburg. Event and apparent horizon finders for 3+1 numerical relativity, 2005.
  13. Bela Szilagyi and Jeffrey Winicour. Well-posed initial-boundary evolution in general relativity. Physical Review D, 68:041501, 2003.
  14. Nikolaos Stergioulas and Jose A Font. Nonlinear r-modes in rapidly rotating relativistic stars. Physical Review Letters, 86:1148, 2001.
  15. Ulrich Sperhake, Bernd Brugmann, Jose A. Gonzalez, Mark D. Hannam, and Sascha Husa. Head-On collisions of different initial data. 2007.
  16. Ulrich Sperhake et al. Eccentric binary black-hole mergers: The transition from inspiral to plunge in general relativity. Phys. Rev., D78:064069, 2008. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.78.064069)
  17. Ulrich Sperhake. Binary black-hole evolutions of excision and puncture data, 2006.
  18. U Sperhake, B Kelly, P Laguna, K L Smith, and E Schnetter. Black hole head-on collisions and gravitational waves with fixed mesh-refinement and dynamic singularity excision. Physical Review D, 71:124042, 2005.
  19. U Sperhake, K L Smith, B Kelly, P Laguna, and D Shoemaker. Impact of densitized lapse slicings on evolutions of a wobbling black hole. Physical Review D, 69:024012, 2004.
  20. Carlos F. Sopuerta, Ulrich Sperhake, and Pablo Laguna. Hydro-without-hydro framework for simulations of black hole-neutron star binaries. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 23:S579, 2006.
  21. D Shoemaker, K Smith, U Sperhake, P Laguna, E Schnetter, and D Fiske. Moving black holes via singularity excision. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 20:3729, 2003.
  22. Hisa aki Shinkai and Gen Yoneda. Re-formulating the einstein equations for stable numerical simulations: Formulation problem in numerical relativity, 2002.
  23. Edward Seidel. Black Hole Coalescence and Mergers: Review, Status, and ``Where are We Heading?''. Prog. Theor. Phys. Suppl., 136:87–106, 1999.
  24. Edward Seidel. Technologies for Collaborative, Large Scale Simulation in Astrophysics and a General Toolkit for solving PDE's in Science and Engineering. In T. Plesser and P. Wittenburg, editors, Forschung und wissenschaftliches Rechnen. Max-Planck-Gesselschaft, München, 1999.
  25. Edward Seidel. A numerical approach to black holes. In F. Hehl, editor, Bad Honnef Meeting on Black Holes. Springer-Verlag, 1998.
  26. Edward Seidel and Wai-Mo Suen. Numerical relativity as a tool for computational astrophysics. J. Comp. Appl. Math., 109:493, 1999.
  27. Edward Seidel. Numerical relativity: Towards simulations of 3D black hole coalescence, 1998.
  28. Erik Schnetter, Badri Krishnan, and Florian Beyer. Introduction to dynamical horizons in numerical relativity. Physical Review D, 74:024028, 2006.
  29. Erik Schnetter, Peter Diener, Ernst Nils Dorband, and Manuel Tiglio. A multi-block infrastructure for three-dimensional time-dependent numerical relativity. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 23:S553, 2006.
  30. Erik Schnetter, Frank Herrmann, and Denis Pollney. Horizon pretracking. Phys. Rev. D, 71:044033, 2005.
  31. Erik Schnetter. Finding apparent horizons and other two-surfaces of constant expansion. Class. Quantum Grav., 20(22):4719–4737, 2003.
  32. Erik Schnetter, Scott H. Hawley, and Ian Hawke. Evolutions in 3D numerical relativity using fixed mesh refinement. Class. Quantum Grav., 21(6):1465–1488, March 21 2004.
  33. David Rideout and Stefan Zohren. Counting Entropy in Causal Set Quantum Gravity. In R.T. Jantzen H. Kleinert and R. Ruffini, editors, In Proceedings of the Eleventh Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, Singapore, 2007. World Scientific.
  34. Luciano Rezzolla et al. Spin Diagrams for Equal-Mass Black-Hole Binaries with Aligned Spins. Astrophys., J679:1422–1426, 2008.
  35. Bernd Reimann and Bernd Brügmann. Late time analysis for maximal slicing of Reissner-Nordstrom puncture evolutions. Phys. Rev. D, 69:124009, 2004.
  36. Bernd Reimann and Bernd Brügmann. Maximal slicing for puncture evolutions of Schwarzschild and Reissner - Nordstrom black holes. Phys. Rev. D, 69:044006, 2004.
  37. Denis Pollney et al. Recoil velocities from equal-mass binary black-hole mergers: a systematic investigation of spin-orbit aligned configurations. Phys. Rev., D76:124002, 2007. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.76.124002)
  38. Andrea Nerozzi, Marco Bruni, Virginia Re, and Lior M Burko. Towards a Wave-extraction Method for Numerical Relativity: IV. Testing the Quasi-Kinnersley Method in the Bondi-Sachs framework, 2005.
  39. Mark Miller and Wai-Mo Suen. Towards a realistic neutron star binary inspiral, 2003.
  40. Mark Miller, Wai-Mo Suen, and Malcolm Tobias. The shapiro conjecture: Prompt or delayed collapse in the head-on collision of neutron stars?. Physical Review D, 63:121501, 2001.
  41. J. Massó, E. Seidel, Wai-Mo Suen, and P. Walker. Event horizons in numerical relativity. II. Analyzing the horizon. Phys. Rev. D, 59:064015, 1999.
  42. Pedro Marronetti. Hamiltonian relaxation. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 22:2433, 2005. (doi:10.1088/0264-9381/22/12/009)
  43. G. M. Manca, L. Baiotti, R. De Pietri, and L. Rezzolla. Dynamical non-axisymmetric instabilities in rotating relativistic stars, 2007.
  44. C O Lousto. Perturbative evolution of nonlinear initial data for binary black holes: Zerilli vs. teukolsky. Physical Review D, 63:047504, 2001.
  45. Frank Löffler, Luciano Rezzolla, and Marcus Ansorg. Numerical evolutions of a black hole-neutron star system in full general relativity, 2006.
  46. Yuk Tung Liu, Stuart L. Shapiro, Zachariah B. Etienne, and Keisuke Taniguchi. General relativistic simulations of magnetized binary neutron star mergers. Phys. Rev., D78:024012, 2008. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.78.024012)
  47. Luis Lehner, David Neilsen, Oscar Reula, and Manuel Tiglio. The discrete energy method in numerical relativity: Towards long-term stability. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 21:5819, 2004.
  48. Burkhard Zink, Nikolaos Stergioulas, Ian Hawke, Christian D. Ott, Erik Schnetter, and Ewald Müller. Black hole formation through fragmentation of toroidal polytropes. 2005.
  49. Oleg Korobkin, Burak Aksoylu, Michael Holst, Enrique Pazos, and Manuel Tiglio. Solving the Einstein constraint equations on multi-block triangulations using finite element methods. 2008.
  50. Michael Koppitz, Miguel Alcubierre, Bernd Brügmann, Ian Hawke, Denis Pollney, and Edward Seidel. Numerical evolutions of quasi-stationary black hole initial data. 2003. in preparation.
  51. Bernard J. Kelly, Wolfgang Tichy, Manuela Campanelli, and Bernard F. Whiting. Black hole puncture initial data with realistic gravitational wave content. Phys. Rev., D76:024008, 2007. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.76.024008)
  52. Ke-Jian Jin and Wai-Mo Suen. Critical phenomena in head-on collisions of neutron stars. 2006.
  53. Sascha Husa, Jose A. Gonzalez, Mark Hannam, Bernd Brugmann, and Ulrich Sperhake. Reducing phase error in long numerical binary black hole evolutions with sixth order finite differencing. Class. Quant. Grav., 25:105006, 2008. (doi:10.1088/0264-9381/25/10/105006)
  54. Sascha Husa and Christiane Lechner. Computer algebra applications for numerical relativity. 2003.
  55. Sascha Husa, Ian Hinder, and Christiane Lechner. Kranc: a mathematica application to generate numerical codes for tensorial evolution equations. 2004.
  56. Sascha Husa. Problems and successes in the numerical approach to the conformal field equations. LECT.NOTES PHYS., 604:239, 2002.
  57. Ian Hinder, Frank Herrmann, Pablo Laguna, and Deirdre Shoemaker. Comparisons of eccentric binary black hole simulations with post-Newtonian models. 2008.
  58. Frank Herrmann, Ian Hinder, Deirdre M. Shoemaker, Pablo Laguna, and Richard A. Matzner. Binary Black Holes: Spin Dynamics and Gravitational Recoil. Phys. Rev., D76:084032, 2007. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.76.084032)
  59. Frank Herrmann, Ian Hinder, Deirdre Shoemaker, Pablo Laguna, and Richard A. Matzner. Gravitational recoil from spinning binary black hole mergers. 2007.
  60. F. Herrmann, D. Shoemaker, and P. Laguna. Unequal-mass binary black hole inspirals, 2006.
  61. I. Hawke, F. Löffler, and A. Nerozzi. Excision methods for high resolution shock capturing schemes applied to general relativistic hydrodynamics. Phys. Rev. D, 71:104006, 2005.
  62. Mark D Hannam. Quasi-circular orbits of conformal thin-sandwich puncture binary black holes. Physical Review D, 72:044025, 2005.
  63. Carsten Gundlach and Jose M. Martin-Garcia. Symmetric hyperbolicity and consistent boundary conditions for second-order Einstein equations. Phys. Rev., D70:044032, 2004.
  64. C. Gundlach and P. Walker. Causal differencing of flux-conservative equations applied to black hole spacetimes. Class. Quantum Grav., 16:991–1010, 1999.
  65. C. Gundlach. Nonspherical perturbations of critical collapse and cosmic censorship. Phys. Rev. D, 57:R7075, 1998.
  66. C. Gundlach. Understanding critical collapse of a scalar field. Phys. Rev. D, 55:695, 1997.
  67. C. Gundlach and J. Pullin. Instability of free evolution in double null coordinates. Class. Quantum Grav., 14:991, 1997.
  68. Carsten Gundlach. Critical phenomena in gravitational collapse. Adv. Theor. Math. Phys, 2:1, 1998.
  69. Carsten Gundlach. Angular momentum at the black hole threshold. Phys. Rev. D, 57:R7080, 1998.
  70. Carsten Gundlach. Nonspherical perturbations of critical collapse and cosmic censorship. 1998.
  71. C. Gundlach. Pseudo-spectral apparent horizon finders: An efficient new algorithm. Phys. Rev. D, 57:863–875, 1998.
  72. C. Gundlach and J.M. Martin-Garcia. Symmetric hyperbolic form of systems of second-order evolution equations subject to constraints. Phys. Rev., D70:044031, 2004.
  73. C. Gundlach and J.M. Martin-Garcia. Gauge-invariant and coordinate-independent perturbations of stellar collapse ii: matching to the exterior. Phys. Rev. D, 64:024012, 2001.
  74. C. Gundlach and J.M. Martin-Garcia. Gauge-invariant and coordinate-independent perturbations of stellar collapse i: the interior. Phys. Rev. D, 61:08024, 2000.
  75. C. Gundlach. Critical phenomena in gravitational collapse. Living Rev. Rel., 2:4, 1999.
  76. Philip Gressman, Lap-Ming Lin, Wai-Mo Suen, N Stergioulas, and John L Friedman. Nonlinear r-modes in neutron stars: Instability of an unstable mode. Physical Review D, 66:041303R, 2002.
  77. J. A. Gonzalez, M. D. Hannam, U. Sperhake, B. Brugmann, and S. Husa. Supermassive kicks for spinning black holes. Phys. Rev. Lett., 98:231101, 2007. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.231101)
  78. J. A. Font, M. Miller, W. M. Suen, and M. Tobias. Three-dimensional numerical general relativistic hydrodynamics: Formulations, methods, and code tests. Phys. Rev. D, 61:044011, 2000.
  79. J. A. Font. Numerical hydrodynamics in general relativity. Liv. Rev. Relativ., 6:4, 2003.
  80. Jose. A. Font, Tom Goodale, Sai Iyer, Mark Miller, Luciano Rezzolla, Edward Seidel, Nikolaos Stergioulas, Wai-Mo Suen, and Malcolm Tobias. Three-dimensional general relativistic hydrodynamics. II. Long-term dynamics of single relativistic stars. Phys. Rev. D, 65:084024, 2002.
  81. David R Fiske. Toward making the constraint hypersurface an attractor in free evolution. Physical Review D, 69:047501, 2004.
  82. Brian D. Farris, Tsz Ka Li, Yuk Tung Liu, and Stuart L. Shapiro. Relativistic Radiation Magnetohydrodynamics in Dynamical Spacetimes: Numerical Methods and Tests. Phys. Rev., D78:024023, 2008. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.78.024023)
  83. Joshua A. Faber, Thomas W. Baumgarte, Zachariah B. Etienne, Stuart L. Shapiro, and Keisuke Taniguchi. Relativistic hydrodynamics in the presence of puncture black holes. Phys. Rev., D76:104021, 2007. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.76.104021)
  84. Edwin Evans, A. Gopakumar, Philip Gressman, Sai Iyer, Mark Miller, Wai-Mo Suen, and Hui-Min Zhang. Head-on/Near Head-on Collisions of Neutron Stars With a Realistic EOS. Phys. Rev., D67:104001, 2003.
  85. Edwin Evans, Sai Iyer, Erik Schnetter, Wai-Mo Suen, Jian Tao, Randy Wolfmeyer, and Hui-Min Zhang. Computational relativistic astrophysics with adaptive mesh refinement: Testbeds. Phys. Rev. D, 71:081301(R), 2005.
  86. Zachariah B. Etienne et al. Fully General Relativistic Simulations of Black Hole- Neutron Star Mergers. Phys. Rev., D77:084002, 2008. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.77.084002)
  87. Zachariah B. Etienne, Joshua A. Faber, Yuk Tung Liu, Stuart L. Shapiro, and Thomas W. Baumgarte. Filling the holes: Evolving excised binary black hole initial data with puncture techniques. Phys. Rev., D76:101503, 2007. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.76.101503)
  88. Ernst Nils Dorband, Emanuele Berti, Peter Diener, Erik Schnetter, and Manuel Tiglio. A numerical study of the quasinormal mode excitation of kerr black holes. 2006.
  89. Harald Dimmelmeier, Jerome Novak, Jose A. Font, Jose M. Ibanez, and Ewald Müller. ``Mariage des Maillages'': A new numerical approach for 3D relativistic core collapse simulations. 2004.
  90. P. Diener, N. Jansen, A. Khokhlov, and I. Novikov. Adaptive mesh refinement approach to construction of initial data for black hole collisions. Class. Quantum Grav., 17:435–451, 2000.
  91. Peter Diener, Ryoji Takahashi, Denis Pollney, and Edward Seidel. The Evolution of 3D Rotating Distorted Black Holes. in preparation.
  92. Peter Diener, Frank Herrmann, Denis Pollney, Erik Schnetter, Edward Seidel, Ryoji Takahashi, Jonathan Thornburg, and Jason Ventrella. Accurate evolution of orbiting binary black holes. Physical Review Letters, 96:121101, 2006.
  93. Peter Diener, Ernst Nils Dorband, Erik Schnetter, and Manuel Tiglio. New, efficient, and accurate high order derivative and dissipation operators satisfying summation by parts, and applications in three-dimensional multi-block evolutions, 2005.
  94. P. Diener. A new general purpose event horizon finder for 3D numerical spacetimes. Class. Quantum Grav., 20(22):4901–4917, 2003.
  95. Thibault Damour, Alessandro Nagar, Ernst Nils Dorband, Denis Pollney, and Luciano Rezzolla. Faithful Effective-One-Body waveforms of equal-mass coalescing black-hole binaries. Phys. Rev., D77:084017, 2008. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.77.084017)
  96. Sergio Dain, Carlos O. Lousto, and Yosef Zlochower. Extra-Large Remnant Recoil Velocities and Spins from Near- Extremal-Bowen-York-Spin Black-Hole Binaries. Phys. Rev., D78:024039, 2008. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.78.024039)
  97. M W Choptuik, L Lehner, I Olabarrieta, R Petryk, F Pretorius, and H Villegas. Towards the final fate of an unstable black string. Physical Review D, 68:044001, 2003.
  98. M. Campanelli, B. J. Kelly, and C. O. Lousto. The Lazarus Project. II. Spacelike extraction with the quasi-Kinnersley tetrad. Physical Review D, 73:064005, 2006.
  99. M. Campanelli, C. O. Lousto, P. Marronetti, and Y. Zlochower. Accurate Evolutions of Orbiting Black-Hole Binaries Without Excision. Physical Review Letters, 96:111101, 2006.
  100. M. Campanelli, C. O. Lousto, and Y. Zlochower. The last orbit of binary black holes. Physical Review D, 73:061501, January 2006.
  101. M. Campanelli, C. O. Lousto, and Y. Zlochower. Spinning-black-hole binaries: The orbital hang up. Physical Review D, 74:041501, April 2006.
  102. M. Campanelli, C. O. Lousto, and Y. Zlochower. Spin-orbit interactions in black-hole binaries. page 9, August 2006.
  103. Johannes Brunnemann and David Rideout. Properties of the Volume Operator in Loop Quantum Gravity: I. Results. Class. Quantum Grav., 25:065001, March 2008.
  104. Johannes Brunnemann and David Rideout. Properties of the Volume Operator in Loop Quantum Gravity: II. Detailed Presentation. Class. Quantum Grav., 25:065002, 2008.
  105. Johannes Brunnemann and David Rideout. Spectral Analysis of the Volume Operator in Loop Quantum Gravity. In R.T. Jantzen H. Kleinert and R. Ruffini, editors, In Proceedings of the Eleventh Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, Singapore, 2007. World Scientific.
  106. B. Brügmann. Numerical relativity in 3+1 dimensions. Ann. Phys. (Leipzig), 9:227–246, 2000.
  107. David Brown, Peter Diener, Olivier Sarbach, Erik Schnetter, and Manuel Tiglio. Turduckening black holes: an analytical and computational study. 2008.
  108. J. David Brown et al. Excision without excision: the relativistic turducken. Phys. Rev., D76:081503, 2007. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.76.081503)
  109. S. Brandt, K. Camarda, E. Seidel, and R. Takahashi. Three dimensional distorted black holes. Class. Quantum Grav., 20:1–20, 2003.
  110. Steve Brandt, Randall Correll, Roberto Gómez, Mijan Huq, Pablo Laguna, Luis Lehner, Pedro Marronetti, Richard A Matzner, David Neilsen, Jorge Pullin, Erik Schnetter, Deirdre Shoemaker, and Jeffrey Winicour. Grazing collisions of black holes via the excision of singularities. Physical Review Letters, 85:5496, 2000.
  111. S Brandt, J A Font, J M Ibanez, J Massó, and E Seidel. Numerical evolution of matter in dynamical axisymmetric black hole spacetimes. i. methods and tests. Computer Physics Communications, 124:169, 2000.
  112. M. Bondarescu, M. Alcubierre, and E. Seidel. Isometric embeddings of black hole horizons in three-dimensional flat space. Class. Quantum Grav., 19(2):375–392, January 2002.
  113. C. Bona, T. Ledvinka, C. Palenzuela, and M. Zacek. A symmetry-breaking mechanism for the Z4 general-covariant evolution system. Phys. Rev. D, 69:064036, 2004.
  114. Carles Bona, Joan Massó, Edward Seidel, and Paul Walker. Three dimensional numerical relativity with a hyperbolic formulation. 1998.
  115. E. Berti, V. Cardoso, J. A. Gonzalez, U. Sperhake, and B. Brugmann. Multipolar analysis of spinning binaries. Class. Quant. Grav., 25:114035, 2008. (doi:10.1088/0264-9381/25/11/114035)
  116. Eloisa Bentivegna, Deirdre M. Shoemaker, Ian Hinder, and Frank Herrmann. Probing the Binary Black Hole Merger Regime with Scalar Perturbations. Phys. Rev., D77:124016, 2008. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.77.124016)
  117. Jayashree Balakrishna, Ruxandra Bondarescu, Gregory Daues, and Mihai Bondarescu. Numerical Simulations of Oscillating Soliton Stars: Excited States in Spherical Symmetry and Ground State Evolutions in 3D. Phys. Rev., D77:024028, 2008. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.77.024028)
  118. J. Balakrishna, R. Bondarescu, G. Daues, F. S. Guzmán, and E. Seidel. Evolution of 3D Boson Stars with Waveform Extraction. 2005. (Submitted).
  119. J. Baker, M. Campanelli, C. O. Lousto, and R. Takahashi. Coalescence remnant of spinning binary black holes. Phys. Rev., D69:027505, 2004.
  120. J. Baker, M. Campanelli, C. O. Lousto, and R. Takahashi. The final plunge of spinning binary black holes. 2003.
  121. John Baker, Manuela Campanelli, and Carlos O. Lousto. The Lazarus project: A pragmatic approach to binary black hole evolutions. Phys. Rev. D, 65:044001, 2002.
  122. J. Baker, B. Brügmann, Manuela Campanelli, C. O. Lousto, and R. Takahashi. Plunge waveforms from inspiralling binary black holes. Phys. Rev. Lett., 87:121103, 2001.
  123. J. Baker and R. Puzio. A new method for solving the initial value problem with application to multiple black holes. Phys. Rev. D, 59:044030, 1999.
  124. J. Baker, S. R. Brandt, M. Campanelli, C. O. Lousto, E. Seidel, and R. Takahashi. Nonlinear and perturbative evolution of distorted black holes: Odd-parity modes. Phys. Rev. D, 62:127701, 2000.
  125. Miguel Alcubierre, John Baker, Bernd Brügmann, Manuela Campanelli, Peter Diener, Frank Herrmann, Carlos O. Lousto, Denis Pollney, and Edward Seidel. Gravitational waveforms from black hole collisions. 2003. in preparation.
  126. B. D. Baker. Binary black holes in quasi-stationary circular orbits. 2002.
  127. J. Baker, S. R. Brandt, M. Campanelli, C. O. Lousto, E. Seidel, and R. Takahashi. Nonlinear and perturbative evolution of distorted black holes: Odd-parity modes. Phys. Rev., D62:127701, 2000.
  128. John Baker, Bernd Brügmann, Manuela Campanelli, and Carlos O. Lousto. Gravitational waves from black hole collisions via an eclectic approach. Class. Quantum Grav., 17:L149–L156, 2000.
  129. J. Baker and M. Campanelli. Making use of geometrical invariants in black hole collisions. Phys. Rev. D, 62:127501, 2000.
  130. J Baker, M Campanelli, C O Lousto, and R Takahashi. Modeling gravitational radiation from coalescing binary black holes. Physical Review D, 65:124012, 2002.
  131. Luca Baiotti, Bruno Giacomazzo, and Luciano Rezzolla. Accurate evolutions of inspiralling neutron-star binaries: prompt and delayed collapse to black hole. 2008.
  132. Luca Baiotti, Sebastiano Bernuzzi, Giovanni Corvino, Roberto De Pietri, and Alessandro Nagar. Gravitational-Wave Extraction from Neutron Stars Oscillations: comparing linear and nonlinear techniques. 2008.
  133. Luca Baiotti and Luciano Rezzolla. Challenging the paradigm of singularity excision in gravitational collapse, 2006.
  134. Luca Baiotti, Roberto De Pietri, Gian Mario Manca, and Luciano Rezzolla. Accurate simulations of the dynamical barmode instability in full General Relativity, 2006.
  135. Luca Baiotti, Ian Hawke, Luciano Rezzolla, and Erik Schnetter. Gravitational-wave emission from rotating gravitational collapse in three dimensions. Phys. Rev. Lett., 94:131101, 2005.
  136. Luca Baiotti, Ian Hawke, Pedro J. Montero, Frank Löffler, Luciano Rezzolla, Nikolaos Stergioulas, Jose A. Font, and Ed Seidel. Three-dimensional relativistic simulations of rotating neutron star collapse to a kerr black hole. Phys. Rev. D, 71:024035, 2005.
  137. M. C. Babiuc, N. T. Bishop, B. Szilagyi, and J. Winicour. Strategies for the Characteristic Extraction of Gravitational Waveforms. 2008.
  138. M. C. Babiuc et al. Implementation of standard testbeds for numerical relativity. Class. Quant. Grav., 25:125012, 2008. (doi:10.1088/0264-9381/25/12/125012)
  139. Maria Babiuc, Bela Szilagyi, and Jeffrey Winicour. Some mathematical problems in numerical relativity, 2004.
  140. Abhay Ashtekar and Gregory J Galloway. Some uniqueness results for dynamical horizons, 2005.
  141. A. Arbona, C. Bona, J. Massó, and J. Stela. Robust evolution system for Numerical Relativity. Phys. Rev. D, 60:104014, 1999.
  142. M. Alcubierre, G. Allen, B. Brügmann, E. Seidel, and W.-M. Suen. Towards an understanding of the stability properties of the 3+1 evolution equations in general relativity. Phys. Rev. D, 62:124011, 2000.
  143. Miguel Alcubierre, Bernd Brügmann, Thomas Dramlitsch, Jose A Font, Philippos Papadopoulos, Edward Seidel, Nikolaos Stergioulas, and Ryoji Takahashi. Towards a stable numerical evolution of strongly gravitating systems in general relativity: The conformal treatments. Physical Review D, 62:044034, 2000.
  144. M. Alcubierre, B. Brügmann, M. Miller, and W.-M. Suen. A conformal hyperbolic formulation of the Einstein equations. Phys. Rev. D, 60:064017, 1999.
  145. M. Alcubierre, G. Allen, B. Brügmann, G. Lanfermann, E. Seidel, W.-M. Suen, and M. Tobias. Gravitational collapse of gravitational waves in 3D numerical relativity. Phys. Rev. D, 61:041501 (R), 2000.
  146. M. Alcubierre, S. Brandt, B. Brügmann, D. Holz, E. Seidel, R. Takahashi, and J. Thornburg. Symmetry without symmetry: Numerical simulation of axisymmetric systems using Cartesian grids. Int. J. Mod. Phys. D, 10(3):273–289, 2001. (doi:10.1142/S0218271801000834)
  147. M. Alcubierre, S. Brandt, B. Brügmann, C. Gundlach, J. Massó, E. Seidel, and P. Walker. Test-beds and applications for apparent horizon finders in numerical relativity. Class. Quantum Grav., 17:2159–2190, 2000.
  148. [148]
    Miguel Alcubierre, Bernd Brügmann, Peter Diener, Francisco Siddhartha Guzmán, Ian Hawke, Scott Hawley, Frank Herrmann, Michael Koppitz, Denis Pollney, Edward Seidel, and Jonathan Thornburg. Dynamical evolution of quasi-circular binary black hole data. Physical Review D, 72:044004 (14 pages), August 5 2005. (doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.72.044004)
  149. Miguel Alcubierre, Gabrielle Allen, Thomas W. Baumgarte, Carles Bona, David Fiske, Tom Goodale, Francisco Siddhartha Guzmán, Ian Hawke, Scott Hawley, Sascha Husa, Michael Koppitz, Christiane Lechner, Lee Lindblom, Denis Pollney, David Rideout, Marcelo Salgado, Erik Schnetter, Edward Seidel, Hisa aki Shinkai, Deirdre Shoemaker, Bela Szilagyi, Ryoji Takahashi, and Jeffrey Winicour. Towards standard testbeds for numerical relativity. Class. Quantum Grav., 21(2):589–613, 2004.
  150. Miguel Alcubierre, Alejandro Corichi, Jose A. Gonzalez, Dario Nu nez, and Marcelo Salgado. A hyperbolic slicing condition adapted to killing fields and densitized lapses. Class. Quantum Grav., 20(18):3951–3968, September 2003.
  151. Miguel Alcubierre, Peter Diener, Francisco Siddhartha Guzmán, Scott Hawley, Michael Koppitz, Denis Pollney, and Edward Seidel. Shift Conditions for Orbiting Binaries in Numerical Relativity. in preparation, 2005.
  152. Miguel Alcubierre, Bernd Brügmann, Peter Diener, Frank Herrmann, Denis Pollney, Edward Seidel, and Ryoji Takahashi. Testing excision techniques for dynamical 3D black hole evolutions. submitted to Phys. Rev. D, 2004.
  153. M. Alcubierre, A. Corichi, J.A. Gonzalez, D. Nu nez, and M. Salgado. Hyperbolicity of the KST formulation of Einstein's equations coupled to a modified Bona-Masso slicing condition. Phys. Rev. D, 67:104021, 2003.
  154. Miguel Alcubierre, F Siddhartha Guzmán, Tonatiuh Matos, Dario Nu nez, L Arturo Urena-Lopez, and Petra Wiederhold. Galactic collapse of scalar field dark matter. Class. Quantum Grav., 19(19):5017–5024, 2002.
  155. Miguel Alcubierre, Bernd Brügmann, Peter Diener, Michael Koppitz, Denis Pollney, Edward Seidel, and Ryoji Takahashi. Gauge conditions for long-term numerical black hole evolutions without excision. Phys. Rev. D, 67:084023, 2003.
  156. Miguel Alcubierre, Bernd Brügmann, Denis Pollney, Edward Seidel, and Ryoji Takahashi. Black hole excision for dynamic black holes. Phys. Rev. D, 64:061501(R), 2001.
  157. M. Alcubierre, W. Benger, B. Brügmann, G. Lanfermann, L. Nerger, E. Seidel, and R. Takahashi. 3D Grazing Collision of Two Black Holes. Phys. Rev. Lett., 87:271103, 2001.
  158. M. Alcubierre and B. Brügmann. Simple excision of a black hole in 3+1 numerical relativity. Phys. Rev. D, 63:104006, 2001.
  159. Miguel Alcubierre, Bernd Brügmann, Denis Pollney, Edward Seidel, and Ryoji Takahashi. Black Hole Excision for Dynamic Black Holes. Physical Review D, 64:061501, 2001.
  160. Miguel Alcubierre, Gabrielle Allen, Bernd Brügmann, Gerd Lanfermann, Edward Seidel, Wai-Mo Suen, and Malcolm Tobias. Gravitational collapse of gravitational waves in 3d numerical relativity. Physical Review D, 61:041501, 2000.
  161. Parameswaran Ajith et al. Phenomenological template family for black-hole coalescence waveforms. Class. Quant. Grav., 24:S689–S700, 2007. (doi:10.1088/0264-9381/24/19/S31)
  162. L. Baiotti, I. Hawke, P. Montero, and L. Rezzolla. A new three-dimensional general-relativistic hydrodynamics code. In R. Capuzzo-Dolcetta, editor, Computational Astrophysics in Italy: Methods and Tools, volume 1, page 327, Trieste, 2003. Mem. Soc. Astron. It. Suppl.

Computer Science Publications

  1. Burkhard Zink. A General Relativistic Evolution Code on CUDA Architectures. Technical report, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, Jan 2008.
  2. Ian Wang, Ian Taylor, Tom Goodale, Andrew Harrison, and Matthew Shields. gridMonSteer: Generic Architecture for Monitoring and Steering Legacy Applications in Grid Environments. In Simon J. Cox, editor, Proceedings of the UK e-Science All Hands Meeting 2006. EPSRC, CD Rom Proceedings, 2006.
  3. Jian Tao, Gabrielle Allen, Ian Hinder, Erik Schnetter, and Yosef Zlochower. XiRel: Standard Benchmarks for Numerical Relativity Codes Using Cactus and Carpet. Technical report, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, May 2008.
  4. H. Song, X. Liu, D. Jakobsen, R. Bhagwan, X. Zhang, K. Taura, and A. Chien. The MicroGrid: A scientific tool for modeling computational Grids. In Proceedings of IEEE Supercomputing (SC 2000), Dallas, Texas, November 4-10 2000.
  5. J. Shalf, E.Schnetter, G. Allen, and E. Seidel. Common computational frameworks as benchmarking platforms. 2005.
  6. M. Russell, G. Allen, G. Daues, I. Foster, E. Seidel, J. Novotny, J. Shalf, and G. von Laszewski. The Astrophysics Simulation Collaboratory: A Science Portal Enabling Community Software Development. Cluster Computing, 5(3):297–304, 2002. (doi:10.1023/A:1015629422149)
  7. M. Russell, G. Allen, G. Daues, I. Foster, T. Goodale, H. Hege, G. Lanfermann, A. Merzky, T. Radke, and E. Seidel. The Astrophysics Simulation Collaboratory: A Science Portal Enabling Community Software Development. In High Performance Distributed Computing, 2001, Proceedings of the Tenth EEE International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing (HPDC-10), pages 207–215, San Francisco, 2001.
  8. M. Ripeanu, A. Iamnitchi, and I. Foster. Cactus Application: Performance Predictions in Grid Environment. In R. Sakellariou, J. Keane, J. Gurd, and L. Freeman, editors, Europar 2001: Parallel Processing, Proceedings of 7th International Conference Manchester, UK August 28-31, 2001, pages 807–816. Springer, 2001.
  9. M. Ripeanu, A. Iamnitchi, and I. Foster. Performance predictions for a numerical relativity package in grid environment. In International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications, volume 15(4), pages 375–387. Sage Publications, 2001.
  10. M. Pillai and M. Lauria. RAAC: An Architecture for Scalable, Reliable Storage in Clusters. In IEEE Int. Conference on Cluster Computing (Cluster '04), San Diego, CA, September 2004.
  11. L. Oliker, A. Canning, J. Carter, C. Iancu, M. Lijewski, S. Kamil, J. Shalf, H. Shan, E. Strohmaier, S. Ethier, and T. Goodale. Scientific Application Performance on Candidate PetaScale Platforms. In International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS), Long Beach, Ca., March 24-30 2007. Winner Best Paper.
  12. Leonid Oliker. Large-Scale Performance Analysis Using the BIPS Application Benchmark Suite, 2005.
  13. L. Oliker, A. Canning, J. Carter, J. Shalf, D. Skinner, S. Ethier, R. Biswas, J. Djomehri, and R. Ven der Wijngaart. Evaluation of Cache-based Superscalar and Cacheless Vector Architectures for Scientific Computations. Supercomputing 03, 2003.
  14. Sasanka Madiraju. Performance profiling with cactus benchmarks. Master's thesis, Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge, 2006.
  15. G. von Laszewski, M. Russell, I. Foster, J. Shalf, G. Allen, G. Daues, J. Novotny, and E. Seidel. Community Software Development with the Astrophysics Simulation Collaboratory. Concurency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 14(13-15):1289–1301, 2002.
  16. G. von Laszewski, M. Russell, I. Foster, J. Shalf, G. Allen, G. Daues, J. Novotny, and E. Seidel. Community Software Development with the Astrophysics Simulation Collaboratory. In Supercomputing 2001, 2001.
  17. G. Lanfermann, G. Allen, T. Radke, and E. Seidel. Nomadic migration: A new tool for dynamic grid computing. In Proceedings of Tenth IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing, HPDC-10, San Francisco, pages 435–436. IEEE Press, 2001.
  18. T. Dramlitsch, G. Allen, and E. Seidel. Grid aware parallelizing algorithms. 2002. Submitted to Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing.
  19. T. Dramlitsch, G. Allen, and E. Seidel. Efficient techniques for distributed computing. In Proceedings of Tenth IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing, HPDC-10, San Francisco. IEEE Press, 2001.
  20. Erik Schnetter, Christian Ott, Gabrielle Allen, Peter Diener, Tom Goodale, Thomas Radke, Edward Seidel, and John Shalf. Cactus framework: Black holes to gamma ray bursts. CoRR, abs/0707.1607, 2007.
  21. Dylan Stark, Gabrielle Allen, Tom Goodale, Thomas Radke, and Erik Schnetter. An extensible timing infrastructure for adaptive large-scale applications. CoRR, abs/0705.3015, 2007.
  22. R. Bondarescu, G. Allen, G. Daues, I. Kelley, M. Russell, E. Seidel, J. Shalf, and M. Tobias. The Astrophysics Simulation Collaboratory portal: a framework for effective distributed research. Future Generation Computer Systems, 21(2):259–270, 2005.
  23. A. S. Bland, J. J. Dongarra, J. B. Drake, T. H. Dunigan, Jr., T. H. Dunning Jr., G. A. Geist, B. Gorda, W. D. Gropp, R. J. Harrison, R. Kendall, D. Keyes, J. A. Nichols, L. Oliker, H. Simon, R. Stevens, J. B. White III, P. H. Worley, and T. Zacharia. Cray X1 Evaluation. Tech. Rep. ORNL/TM-2003/67, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, March 2003.
  24. W. Benger, I. Foster, J.n Novotny, E. Seidel, J. Shalf, W. Smith, and P. Walker. Numerical Relativity in a Distributed Environment. In Proceedings of the Ninth SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, March 1999.
  25. W. Benger, H. Hege, T. Radke, and E. Seidel. Data description via a generalized fiber bundle data model. 2001. Submitted to the Tenth IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing (HPDC 10), San Francisco.
  26. D.A. Bader, A.B. Maccabe, J.R. Mastaler, J.K. McIver III, and P.A. Kovatch. Design and Analysis of the Alliance / University of New Mexico Roadrunner Linux SMP Super. In First IEEE Computer Society International Workshop on Cluster Computing (IWCC), Melbourne, Australia, December 1999.
  27. E. Schnetter, C. D. Ott, G. Allen, P. Diener, T. Goodale, T. Radke, E. Seidel, and J. Shalf. Petascale Computing: Algorithms and Applications, chapter Cactus Framework: Black Holes to Gamma Ray Bursts. Chapman & Hall / CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, 2007.
  28. D. Bader. High-Performance Algorithms and Applications for SMP Clusters. In NASA High Performance Computing and Communications Computational Aerosciences Workshop (CAS 2000), NASA Ames Research Center, February 2000.
  29. K. Asanovic, R. Bodik, B.C. Catanzaro, J.J. Gebis, P. Husbands, K. Keutzer, D. A. Patterson, W.L. Plishker, J. Shalf, S.W. Williams, and K.A. Yelick. The Landscape of Parallel Computing Research: A View from Berkeley. Technical Report UCB/EECS-2006-183, EECS Department, University of California, Berkeley, December 18 2006.
  30. G. Allen, T. Goodale, and E. Seidel. The cactus computational collaboratory: Enabling technologies for relativistic astrophysics, and a toolkit for solving PDEs by communities in science and engineering. In 7th Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation-Frontiers 99, New York, 1999. IEEE.
  31. G. Allen, T. Goodale, J. Massó, and E. Seidel. The cactus computational toolkit and using distributed computing to collide neutron stars. In Proceedings of Eighth IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing, HPDC-8, Redondo Beach, 1999. IEEE Computer Society, 1999.
  32. G. Allen, T. Goodale, G. Lanfermann, T. Radke, E. Seidel, W. Benger, H. Hege, A. Merzky, J. Massó, and John Shalf. Solving Einstein's Equations on Supercomputers. IEEE Computer, 32, 1999. [Cover Story].
  33. G. Allen and E. Seidel. Collaborative science: Astrophysics requirements and experiences. In The Grid: Blueprint for a New Computing Infrastructure (2nd Edition), pages 201–213. Ed: Ian Foster and Carl Kesselmann, 2004.
  34. G. Allen, C. Hausmann-Jamin, S. Husa, H. Naundorf, D. Pollney, B. Schutz, and E. Seidel. Interim report on the Peyote Cluster and Request to Release Remaining Funding. Technical report, Max-Planck-Institut fur Gravitationsphysik Albert Einstein Institut, Am Muhlenberg 1, D-14476, Golm, Germany, June 23 2003.
  35. G. Allen, E. Seidel, and J. Shalf. Scientific computing on the grid. Byte, Spring, 2002.
  36. G. Allen, T. Dramlitsch, I. Foster, N. Karonis, M. Ripeanu, E. Seidel, and B. Toonen. Supporting efficient execution in heterogeneous distributed computing environments with cactus and globus. In Proceedings of Supercomputing 2001, Denver, USA, 2001.
  37. G. Allen, T. Dramlitsch, T. Goodale, G. Lanfermann, T. Radke, E. Seidel, T. Kielmann, K. Verstoep, Z. Balaton, P. Kacsuk, F. Szalai, J. Gehring, A. Keller, A. Streit, L. Matyska, M. Ruda, A. Krenek, H. Frese, H. Knipp, A. Merzky, A. Reinefeld, F. Schintke, B. Ludwiczak, J. Nabrzyski, J. Pukacki, H-P. Kersken, and M. Russell. Early experiences with the egrid testbed. In IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid, Brisbane, Australia, May 16-18 2001.
  38. G. Allen, W. Benger, T. Goodale, H. Hege, G. Lanfermann, A. Merzky, T. Radke, and E. Seidel. Cactus tools for grid applications. In Cluster Computing, volume 4(3), pages 179–188, 2001.
  39. G. Allen, W. Benger, T. Dramlitsch, T. Goodale, H. Hege, G. Lanfermann, A. Merzky, T. Radke, and E. Seidel. Cactus grid computing: Review of current development. Springer -Verlag, 2001. Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Vol 2150. Europar 2001: Parallel Processing, Proceedings of 7th International Conference Manchester, UK August 28-31, 2001.
  40. G. Allen, D. Angulo, I. Foster, G. Lanfermann, C. Liu, T. Radke, E. Seidel, and J. Shalf. The Cactus Worm: Experiments with Dynamic Resource Discovery and Allocation in a Grid Environment. International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications, 15(4), 2001.
  41. G. Allen, W. Benger, T. Goodale, H. Hege, G. Lanfermann, A. Merzky, T. Radke, E. Seidel, and J. Shalf. The cactus code: A problem solving environment for the grid. In Proceedings of First Egrid Meeting at ISTHMUS, Poznan, April 2000, 2000.
  42. G. Allen, T. Dramlitsch, I. Foster, T. Goodale, N. Karonis, M. Ripeanu, E. Seidel, and B. Toonen. Cactus-G Toolkit: Supporting efficient execution in heterogenous distributed computing environments. In Supercomputing 2000, Proceedings of Fourth Globus Retreat, July 30 - August 1, 2000, Pittsburgh, 2000. Submission for Gordon Bell Prize.
  43. G. Allen, T. Dramlitsch, I. Foster, T. Goodale, N. Karonis, M. Ripeanu, E. Seidel, and B. Toonen. Cactus-G: Enabling High-Performance Simulation in Heterogeneous Distributed Computing Environments. In Proceedings of Fourth Globus Retreat, July 30 - August 1 2001, Pittsburgh, 2000.
  44. G. Allen, T. Goodale, G. Lanfermann, T. Radke, and E. Seidel. The cactus code for the grid. In Proceedings of the First EGrid Meeting, Poznan, 2000.
  45. G. Allen, W. Benger, T. Goodale, H. Hege, G. Lanfermann, A. Merzky, T. Radke, E. Seidel, and J. Shalf. The cactus code: A problem solving environment for the grid. In Proceedings of Ninth IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing, HPDC-9, August 1-4 2000, Pittsburgh, pages 253–260. IEEE Computer Society, 2000.

Performance Modeling and Performance Tools

  1. Burkhard Zink. A General Relativistic Evolution Code on CUDA Architectures. Technical report, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, Jan 2008.
  2. Jian Tao, Gabrielle Allen, Ian Hinder, Erik Schnetter, and Yosef Zlochower. XiRel: Standard Benchmarks for Numerical Relativity Codes Using Cactus and Carpet. Technical report, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, May 2008.
  3. H. Song, X. Liu, D. Jakobsen, R. Bhagwan, X. Zhang, K. Taura, and A. Chien. The MicroGrid: A scientific tool for modeling computational Grids. In Proceedings of IEEE Supercomputing (SC 2000), Dallas, Texas, November 4-10 2000.
  4. J. Shalf, S. Kamil, L. Oliker, and D. Skinner. Analyzing Ultra-Scale Application Communication Requirements for a Reconfigurable Hybrid Interconnect. In Supercomputing, 2005. Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE SC 2005 Conference, pages 17–17, November 2005.
  5. J. Shalf, E.Schnetter, G. Allen, and E. Seidel. Common computational frameworks as benchmarking platforms. 2005.
  6. Thomas Schweizer. Performance of ADM-BSSN-Sources. Technical report, AEI, May 15 2003.
  7. D.A. Reed and C.L. Mendes. Intelligent Monitoring for Adaptation in Grid Applications. Proceedings of the IEEE, 93(2), February 2005.
  8. M. Pillai and M. Lauria. RAAC: An Architecture for Scalable, Reliable Storage in Clusters. In IEEE Int. Conference on Cluster Computing (Cluster '04), San Diego, CA, September 2004.
  9. L. Oliker, A. Canning, J. Carter, C. Iancu, M. Lijewski, S. Kamil, J. Shalf, H. Shan, E. Strohmaier, S. Ethier, and T. Goodale. Scientific Application Performance on Candidate PetaScale Platforms. In International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS), Long Beach, Ca., March 24-30 2007. Winner Best Paper.
  10. L. Oliker, R. Biswas, R. Van der Wijngaart, D. Bailey, and A. Snavely. Performance Evaluation and Modeling of Ultra Scale Systems, chapter 6. Frontiers of Scientific Computing. SIAM, 2007.
  11. L. Oliker, A. Canning, J. Carter, J. Shalf, and S. Ethier. Scientific Application Performance on Leading Scalar and Vector Supercomputing Platforms. International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications, 2006.
  12. L. Oliker, A. Canning, J. Carter, J. Shalf, D. Skinner, S. Ethier, R. Biswas, J. Djomehri, and R. Ven der Wijngaart. Performance Evaluation of the SX6 Vector Architecture for Scientific Computations. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 17(1):69–93, 2005.
  13. L. Oliker, A. Canning, J. Carter, J. Shalf, H. Simon, S. Ethier, D. Parks, S. Kitawaki, Y. Tsuda, and T. Sato. Performance of Ultra-Scale Applications on Leading Vector and Scalar HPC Platforms. Journal of the Earth Simulator, 3, April 2005.
  14. Leonid Oliker. Large-Scale Performance Analysis Using the BIPS Application Benchmark Suite, 2005.
  15. L. Oliker, A. Canning, J. Carter, J. Shalf, and S. Ethier. Scientific Computations on Modern Parallel Vector Systems. In ACM/IEEE SC 2004 Conference (SC'04), page 10, 2004.
  16. L. Oliker, A. Canning, J. Carter, J. Shalf, D. Skinner, S. Ethier, R. Biswas, J. Djomehri, and R. Van der Wijngaart. Performance Evaluation of the SX-6 Vector Architecture for Scientific Computations. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 17(1):69–93, 2004.
  17. L. Oliker, A. Canning, J. Carter, J. Shalf, D. Skinner, S. Ethier, R. Biswas, J. Djomehri, and R. Ven der Wijngaart. Evaluation of Cache-based Superscalar and Cacheless Vector Architectures for Scientific Computations. Supercomputing 03, 2003.
  18. Sasanka Madiraju. Performance profiling with cactus benchmarks. Master's thesis, Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge, 2006.
  19. S. Kamil, A. Pinar, D. Gunter, M. Lijewski, L. Oliker, J. Shalf, and D. Skinner. Reconfigurable Hybrid Interconnection for Static and DynamicScientific Applications. In International Conference for High PerformanceComputing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, Tampa, FL, November 11-17 2006.
  20. S. Kamil, P. Husbands, L. Oliker, J. Shalf, and K. Yelick. Impact of Modern Memory Subsystems on Cache Optimizations for Stencil Computations. In MSP '05: Proceedings of the 2005 workshop on Memory system performance, pages 36–43, New York, NY, USA, 2005. ACM Press.
  21. S. Kamil, J. Shalf, L. Oliker, and D. Skinner. Understanding ultra-scale application communication requirements. In Workload Characterization Symposium, 2005. Proceedings of the IEEE International, pages 178–187, October 2005.
  22. D. Ceperley, P. Fischer, S. Gottlieb, R. Harrison, L. Lehner, and R. Williams. Report of the High Performance Computing Town Hall Meeting: Science, Requirements, and Benchmarks. Technical report, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, October 2005.
  23. J. Carter, L. Oliker, and J. Shalf. Performance evaluation of scientific applications on modern parallel vector systems. In VECPAR: High Performance Computing for ComputationalScience, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 10-12 2006.
  24. A. S. Bland, J. J. Dongarra, J. B. Drake, T. H. Dunigan, Jr., T. H. Dunning Jr., G. A. Geist, B. Gorda, W. D. Gropp, R. J. Harrison, R. Kendall, D. Keyes, J. A. Nichols, L. Oliker, H. Simon, R. Stevens, J. B. White III, P. H. Worley, and T. Zacharia. Cray X1 Evaluation. Tech. Rep. ORNL/TM-2003/67, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, March 2003.
  25. D.A. Bader, A.B. Maccabe, J.R. Mastaler, J.K. McIver III, and P.A. Kovatch. Design and Analysis of the Alliance / University of New Mexico Roadrunner Linux SMP Super. In First IEEE Computer Society International Workshop on Cluster Computing (IWCC), Melbourne, Australia, December 1999.
  26. D. Bader. High-Performance Algorithms and Applications for SMP Clusters. In NASA High Performance Computing and Communications Computational Aerosciences Workshop (CAS 2000), NASA Ames Research Center, February 2000.
  27. K. Asanovic, R. Bodik, B.C. Catanzaro, J.J. Gebis, P. Husbands, K. Keutzer, D. A. Patterson, W.L. Plishker, J. Shalf, S.W. Williams, and K.A. Yelick. The Landscape of Parallel Computing Research: A View from Berkeley. Technical Report UCB/EECS-2006-183, EECS Department, University of California, Berkeley, December 18 2006.
  28. G. Allen, E. Caraba, T. Goodale, Y. El Khamra, and E. Schnetter. A Scientific Application Benchmark using the Cactus Framework. submitted to IEEE International Symposium on Workload Characterization 2007, 2007.
  29. G. Allen, C. Hausmann-Jamin, S. Husa, H. Naundorf, D. Pollney, B. Schutz, and E. Seidel. Interim report on the Peyote Cluster and Request to Release Remaining Funding. Technical report, Max-Planck-Institut fur Gravitationsphysik Albert Einstein Institut, Am Muhlenberg 1, D-14476, Golm, Germany, June 23 2003.

Applications Using Cactus

  1. Dumitru N Vulcanov and Miguel Alcubierre. Testing the Cactus Code on Exact Solutions of the Einstein Field Equations. International Journal of Modern Physics C, 13(6):805–822, 2002.
  2. Sascha Husa. Problems and Successes in the Numerical Approach to the Conformal Field Equations. LECT.NOTES PHYS., 604:239, 2002.
  3. David Rideout and Petros Wallden. Spacelike distance from discrete causal order. 2008.
  4. D. Rideout and S. Zohren. Evidence for an entropy bound from fundamentally discrete gravity. Class. Quant. Grav., 2006.
  5. Saibal Ray, P. C. Ray, Partha Pratim Ghosh, Utpal Mukhopadhyay, and Partha Chowdhury. Scenario of inflationary cosmology from the phenomenological Λ models. 2007.
  6. S. Major, D. Rideout, and S. Surya. On Recovering Continuum Topology from a Causal Set. April 2006.
  7. S. Major, D. Rideout, and S. Surya. Spatial hypersurfaces in causal set cosmology. Class. Quant. Grav., 23:4743–4752, June 2006.
  8. Jong G. Kim and Hyoung W. Park. Advanced simulation technique for modeling multiphase fluid flow in porous media. In Computational Science and Its Applications - Iccsa 2004, LNCS 2004, by A. Lagana et. al., pages 1–9, 2004.
  9. Steven Johnston. Particle propagators on discrete spacetime. Class. Quant. Grav., 25:202001, 2008. (doi:10.1088/0264-9381/25/20/202001)
  10. Fokke Dijkstra and Aad J. van der Steen. Integration of two ocean models within Cactus. In Concurency and Computation: Practice and Experience, High Performance Computing Group, Utrecht University, P.O. Box 80.195, NL-3508 TD Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2005. in press. (doi:10.1002/cpe.917)
  11. K. Camarada, Y. He, and K. Bishop. A parallel chemical reaction simulation using cactus. Linux Clusters: The HPC Revolution, 2001.
  12. Johannes Brunnemann and David Rideout. Properties of the Volume Operator in Loop Quantum Gravity I: Results. Class. Quant. Grav., 25:065001, 2008. (doi:10.1088/0264-9381/25/6/065001)
  13. Johannes Brunneman and David Rideout. Properties of the Volume Operator in Loop Quantum Gravity II: Detailed Presentation. 2007.
  14. G. Allen, T. Goodale, G. Lanfermann, T. Radke, E. Seidel, W. Benger, H. Hege, A. Merzky, J. Massó, and John Shalf. Solving Einstein's Equations on Supercomputers. IEEE Computer, 32, 1999. [Cover Story].

Student Theses

  1. Werner Benger. Tensor Field Visualization via a Fiber Bundle Data Model. PhD thesis, Frieien Universtitat Berlin, 2003.
  2. Thomas Dramlitsch. Distributed Computations in a Dynamic, Heterogeneous Grid Environment. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, MPI für Gravitationsphysik, Potsdam, Germany, 2002.
  3. Ryoji Takahashi. Numerical Study of 3D Rotating Black Hole Spacetimes. PhD thesis, University of Potsdam, 2002.
  4. Randy Wolfmeyer. Validity of initial data for binary neutron star inspiral. PhD thesis, Washington University in St. Louis, 2007.
  5. Pedro Montero. Accretion Tori Around Black Holes. PhD thesis, SISSA, 2004.
  6. Paul Walker. Horizons, Hyperbolic Systems, and Inner Boundary Conditions in Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, University of Illinois, 1998.
  7. Mihaela Chirvasa. Boundary Conditions in Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, (To be submitted).
  8. Michael Koppitz. Numerical Studies Of Black Hole Initial Data. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, 2004.
  9. Luca Baiotti. Numerical relativity simulations of non-vacuum spacetimes in three dimensions. PhD thesis, SISSA, 2004.
  10. Lars Nerger. Investigations of 3D binary black hole systems. Master's thesis, Universität Bremen, 2000.
  11. Lap-Ming Lin. Numerical studies of nonlinear r-modes in neutron stars. PhD thesis, Washington University in St. Louis, 2004.
  12. Kenneth Smith. Dynamic Singularity Excision in Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, Penn State University, 2004.
  13. Jian Tao. General Relativistic Numerical Simulations with Adaptive Mesh Refinement: Construction of Tools and Applications to Neutron Star Processes. PhD thesis, Washington University in St. Louis, 2008.
  14. Gerd Lanfermann. Nomadic Migration — A Service Environment for Autonomic Computing on the Grid. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, MPI für Gravitationsphysik, Potsdam, Germany, 2002.
  15. Frank Löffler. Numerical Simulations of Neutron Star - Black Hole Mergers. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, MPI für Gravitationsphysik, Potsdam, Germany, 2006.
  16. Frank Herrmann. Evolution and Analysis of Binary Black Hole Spacetimes. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, 2005.
  17. Ernst Nils Dorband. Computing and Analyzing Gravitational Radiation in Black Hole Simulations Using a new Multi-Block Approach to Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, Louisiana State University, 2007.
  18. Erik Schnetter. Gauge fixing for the simulation of black hole spacetimes. PhD thesis, Universität Tubingen, Tubingen, Germany, 2003. URN: urn:nbn:de:bsz:21-opus-8191.
  19. Deidre Shoemaker. Apparent horizons in binary black hole spacetimes. PhD thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 1999.
  20. David Garrison. Testing Binary Black Hole Codes in Strong Field Regimes. PhD thesis, Penn State University, 2002.
  21. Christian D. Ott. Simulations of Rotating Stellar Core Collapse in (3+1) Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, 2006.
  22. Bernard Kelly. The Next Generation of Binary Black Hole Head-On Collisions, and their Aftermath. PhD thesis, Penn State University, 2004.
  23. Badri Krishnan. Isolated Horizons in Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, Penn State University, 2002.
  24. Andrea Nerozzi. Toward BH-NS Merger Simulations: Initial Data, Evolution and Wave Extraction. PhD thesis, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom, 2004.
  25. Yaaqoub El Khamra. Smooth particle hydrodynamics for multiphase computational fluid dynamics. Master's thesis, American University of Beirut, 2005. (To be submitted).
  26. Thomas Dramlitsch. Dynamical evolution of bosonstars. Master's thesis, Universität Potsdam, 1999.
  27. Mihai Bondarescu. Embeddings of black hole horizons in flat space. Master's thesis, Freie Universität Berlin, 2001.
  28. Matei Ripeanu. Issues of running large scientific applications in a distributed environment. Master's thesis, University of Chicago, 2000.
  29. Bernd Reimann. Maximal slicing of Schwarzschild. Master's thesis, Universität Potsdam, 2003.
  30. Markus Rumpfkeil. Master's thesis, Humbolt University, 2004.
  31. Karsten Kollein. Master's thesis, Technische Universität Berlin, (To be submitted).
  32. Gerd Lanfermann. A three dimensional fixed mesh refinement algorithm in numerical relativity. Master's thesis, Freie Universität Berlin, MPI für Gravitationsphysik, 1999.
  33. Florian Beyer. Black Hole Initial Data by a Kerr-Schild Approach. Master's thesis, Universität Münster, 2004.
  34. Andre Wertmann. Cactus application performance profiling with papi and mpi. Master's thesis, Universität Münster, 2004. (To be submitted).
  35. Sasanka Madiraju. Performance profiling with cactus benchmarks. Master's thesis, Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge, 2006.

Computer Science Theses

  1. Werner Benger. Tensor Field Visualization via a Fiber Bundle Data Model. PhD thesis, Frieien Universtitat Berlin, 2003.
  2. Thomas Dramlitsch. Distributed Computations in a Dynamic, Heterogeneous Grid Environment. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, MPI für Gravitationsphysik, Potsdam, Germany, 2002.
  3. Gerd Lanfermann. Nomadic Migration — A Service Environment for Autonomic Computing on the Grid. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, MPI für Gravitationsphysik, Potsdam, Germany, 2002.
  4. Yaaqoub El Khamra. Smooth particle hydrodynamics for multiphase computational fluid dynamics. Master's thesis, American University of Beirut, 2005. (To be submitted).
  5. Matei Ripeanu. Issues of running large scientific applications in a distributed environment. Master's thesis, University of Chicago, 2000.
  6. Andre Wertmann. Cactus application performance profiling with papi and mpi. Master's thesis, Universität Münster, 2004. (To be submitted).
  7. Sasanka Madiraju. Performance profiling with cactus benchmarks. Master's thesis, Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge, 2006.

Numerical Relativity Theses

  1. Ryoji Takahashi. Numerical Study of 3D Rotating Black Hole Spacetimes. PhD thesis, University of Potsdam, 2002.
  2. Randy Wolfmeyer. Validity of initial data for binary neutron star inspiral. PhD thesis, Washington University in St. Louis, 2007.
  3. Pedro Montero. Accretion Tori Around Black Holes. PhD thesis, SISSA, 2004.
  4. Paul Walker. Horizons, Hyperbolic Systems, and Inner Boundary Conditions in Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, University of Illinois, 1998.
  5. Mihaela Chirvasa. Boundary Conditions in Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, (To be submitted).
  6. Michael Koppitz. Numerical Studies Of Black Hole Initial Data. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, 2004.
  7. Luca Baiotti. Numerical relativity simulations of non-vacuum spacetimes in three dimensions. PhD thesis, SISSA, 2004.
  8. Lars Nerger. Investigations of 3D binary black hole systems. Master's thesis, Universität Bremen, 2000.
  9. Lap-Ming Lin. Numerical studies of nonlinear r-modes in neutron stars. PhD thesis, Washington University in St. Louis, 2004.
  10. Kenneth Smith. Dynamic Singularity Excision in Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, Penn State University, 2004.
  11. Jian Tao. General Relativistic Numerical Simulations with Adaptive Mesh Refinement: Construction of Tools and Applications to Neutron Star Processes. PhD thesis, Washington University in St. Louis, 2008.
  12. Frank Löffler. Numerical Simulations of Neutron Star - Black Hole Mergers. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, MPI für Gravitationsphysik, Potsdam, Germany, 2006.
  13. Frank Herrmann. Evolution and Analysis of Binary Black Hole Spacetimes. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, 2005.
  14. Ernst Nils Dorband. Computing and Analyzing Gravitational Radiation in Black Hole Simulations Using a new Multi-Block Approach to Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, Louisiana State University, 2007.
  15. Erik Schnetter. Gauge fixing for the simulation of black hole spacetimes. PhD thesis, Universität Tubingen, Tubingen, Germany, 2003. URN: urn:nbn:de:bsz:21-opus-8191.
  16. Deidre Shoemaker. Apparent horizons in binary black hole spacetimes. PhD thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 1999.
  17. David Garrison. Testing Binary Black Hole Codes in Strong Field Regimes. PhD thesis, Penn State University, 2002.
  18. Christian D. Ott. Simulations of Rotating Stellar Core Collapse in (3+1) Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, 2006.
  19. Bernard Kelly. The Next Generation of Binary Black Hole Head-On Collisions, and their Aftermath. PhD thesis, Penn State University, 2004.
  20. Badri Krishnan. Isolated Horizons in Numerical Relativity. PhD thesis, Penn State University, 2002.
  21. Andrea Nerozzi. Toward BH-NS Merger Simulations: Initial Data, Evolution and Wave Extraction. PhD thesis, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom, 2004.
  22. Thomas Dramlitsch. Dynamical evolution of bosonstars. Master's thesis, Universität Potsdam, 1999.
  23. Mihai Bondarescu. Embeddings of black hole horizons in flat space. Master's thesis, Freie Universität Berlin, 2001.
  24. Bernd Reimann. Maximal slicing of Schwarzschild. Master's thesis, Universität Potsdam, 2003.
  25. Markus Rumpfkeil. Master's thesis, Humbolt University, 2004.
  26. Karsten Kollein. Master's thesis, Technische Universität Berlin, (To be submitted).
  27. Gerd Lanfermann. A three dimensional fixed mesh refinement algorithm in numerical relativity. Master's thesis, Freie Universität Berlin, MPI für Gravitationsphysik, 1999.
  28. Florian Beyer. Black Hole Initial Data by a Kerr-Schild Approach. Master's thesis, Universität Münster, 2004.