Architecture independent test and example files for MUSIC
MUSIC is an API allowing large scale neuron simulators using MPI internally to exchange data during runtime. MUSIC provides mechanisms to transfer massive amounts of event information and continuous values from one parallel application to another. Special care has been taken to ensure that existing simulators can be adapted to MUSIC. In particular, MUSIC handles data transfer between applications that use different time steps and different data allocation strategies. This is the MUSIC pilot implementation. The two most important components built from this software distribution is the music library `libmusic.a' and the music utility `music'. A MUSIC-aware simulator links against the C++ library and can be launched using mpirun together with the music utility as described below. MUSIC can also be used from a C program using the API in music-c.h. MUSIC is distributed under the GNU General Public License v3.
You can contact the maintainers of this package via email at
MUSIC dash maintainers at fedoraproject dot org.