Mars and Moon models used for the reproducibility challenge of the Student Cluster Competition at the SC19 conference

Citation Author(s):
Le Mai
Weakley
Indiana University
Jia
Shi
Rice University
Scott
Michael
Indiana University
Ruipeng
Li
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Yuanzhe
Xi
Emory University
Yousef
Saad
University of Minnesota
Maarten
de Hoop
Rice University
Submitted by:
Jia Shi
Last updated:
Sun, 09/20/2020 - 20:48
DOI:
10.21227/agwx-jd58
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Abstract 

The dataset contains two sets of planetary models used in the Reproducibility Challenge Student Cluster Competition at the SC19 conference. During this challenge the competitors reproduced parts of the SC18 paper: "Computing planetary interior normal modes with a highly parallel polynomial filtering eigensolver." by Shi, Jia, et al. (https://doi.org/10.1109/SC.2018.00074)

 

One set contains two Moon models as used during the preparation and the other contains six Mars models as used at the actualcompetition. The dataset can be used in the normal mode application (https://github.com/js1019/NormalModes).

Instructions: 

Each model data contains files of P-wave speed, S-wave speed, density, the gravitational field, and mesh information, including node positions, neighbors, element-node relations. In addition, vtk files of the model and the gravitational field are also included in each model directory and can be viewed using ParaView. These models can also be re-generated using the scripts provided in (https://github.com/js1019/PlanetaryModels).