- Hello with OpenMOLE plugin
# Hello world with plugin

This example demonstrate 2 hello world exemples of OpenMOLE plugin. To build the plugins you should run

Packaged archive (can be imported in OpenMOLE)`sbt osgi-bundle`

in the`hellotask`

or`hellocode`

directory. One workflow runs the code of the`hellocode`

plugin in a scala task for various input values and the other the task implemented in`hellotask`

plugin for various input values.

Source repository - Pi Computation
# Parallel estimation of Pi

This workflow exposes how to compute an estimation of Pi usign a Monte-Carlo estimation of Pi. The computation task is a Scala task using a self contained code. The workflow computes parallely 100 independant executions of this task using randomly generated seeds for the random number generator. It produces 100 independant realisation of the Monte-Caro estimation. Then the workflow gathers them in a vector and computes an average on the values of the vector. Finally the result is displayed on the standard output.

Packaged archive (can be imported in OpenMOLE)

Source repository - SimpopLocal
# Calibration of the SimpopLocal model

This project automatically calibrates the SimpopLocal model given 3 objective usign a genetic algorithm, distributed on a computation grid. The workflow runs 200000 hours of computation. The model sources are available in the model directory. The result have been published in 2 papers: * Half a billion simulations: evolutionary algorithms and distributed computing for calibrating the SimpopLocal geographical model * A New Method to Evaluate Simulation Models: The Calibration Profile (CP) Algorithm

Packaged archive (can be imported in OpenMOLE)

Source repository - Workflow Tutorial
# Introduction tutorial

This tutorial will get you started with the basics of OpenMOLE. To get started you should follow the instructions in the pdf.

Packaged archive (can be imported in OpenMOLE)

Source repository

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