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A. Rasch, H. M. Bücker, C. H. Bischof
Automatic Computation of Sensitivities for a Parallel Aerodynamic Simulation
Conference proceeding, Parallel Computing: Architectures, Algorithms and Applications, IOS Press, 2008
Application Area:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR
Theory & Techniques:
Parallelism
A. Rasch
Efficient Computation of Derivatives for Optimal Experimental Design
Ph.D. thesis, Department of Computer Science, RWTH Aachen University, 2007
Application Area:
Optimization
Theory & Techniques:
Hessian, Parallelism, Sparsity
A. Rasch, H. M. Bücker
EFCOSS: An Interactive Environment Facilitating Optimal Experimental Design
Article in ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 2010
Application Area:
Optimization
A. Rasch, H. M. Bücker, A. Bardow
Software Supporting Optimal Experimental Design: A Case Study of Binary Diffusion Experiments Using EFCOSS
Article in Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2009
Application Area:
Process Engineering
Tools:
ADIFOR
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, A. Rasch
Sensitivity analysis of turbulence models using automatic differentiation
Article in SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 2005
Application Area:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, A. Rasch, E. Slusanschi
Sensitivities for a Single Drop Simulation
Conference proceeding, Computational Science -- ICCS 2003, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science, Melbourne, Australia and St. Petersburg, Russia, June 2--4, 2003. Part II, Springer, 2003
Application Area:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, A. Rasch, E. Slusanschi, B. Lang
Automatic Differentiation of the General-Purpose Computational Fluid Dynamics Package FLUENT
Article in Journal of Fluids Engineering, 2007
Application Area:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, A. Rasch
Enabling technologies for robust high-performance simulations in computational fluid dynamics
Summary of Flow Modulation and Fluid-Structure Interaction Findings, Springer, 2010
Application Area:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR
Theory & Techniques:
Parallelism
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, A. Rasch, E. Slusanschi
Evaluation of a Computer Model for Wavy Falling Films Using EFCOSS
Conference proceeding, Computational Science and Its Applications -- ICCSA 2003, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science and its Applications, Montreal, Canada, May 18--21, 2003. Part II, Springer, 2003
Application Area:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, A. Rasch, E. Slusanschi
Algorithmic Differentiation of Different Algorithms for the Same Problem: A Case Study
Conference proceeding, Proceedings of the 18th European Simulation Multiconference, Magdeburg, Germany, June 13--16, 2004, SCS Publishing House, 2004
Application Area:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR
Theory & Techniques:
General
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, B. Lang, A. Rasch
Automated Gradient Calculation
Flow Modulation and Fluid-Structure Interaction at Airplane Wings, Springer, 2003
Application Area:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR
Theory & Techniques:
Introduction
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, B. Lang, A. Rasch
Solving large-scale optimization problems with EFCOSS
Article in Advances in Engineering Software, 2003
Tools:
ADIFOR
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, B. Lang, A. Rasch
An interactive environment for supporting the transition from simulation to optimization
Article in Scientific Programming, 2003
Theory & Techniques:
General
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, B. Lang, A. Rasch, E. Slusanschi
Efficient and accurate derivatives for a software process chain in airfoil shape optimization
Article in Future Generation Computer Systems, 2005
Application Area:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR, ADiMat
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, B. Lang, A. Rasch, J. W. Risch
On the Use of a Differentiated Finite Element Package for Sensitivity Analysis
Conference proceeding, Computational Science -- ICCS 2001, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science, San Francisco, USA, May 28--30, 2001. Part I, Springer, 2001
Application Area:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, B. Lang, A. Rasch, J. W. Risch
Extending the functionality of the general-purpose finite element package SEPRAN by automatic differentiation
Article in International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 2003
Tools:
ADIFOR
Theory & Techniques:
General
C. H. Bischof, H. M. Bücker, B. Lang, A. Rasch, J. W. Risch
A CORBA-Based Environment for Coupling Large-Scale Simulation and Optimization Software
Conference proceeding, Proceedings of the International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications, PDPTA 2001, Las Vegas, USA, June 25--28, 2001, CSREA Press, 2001
Tools:
ADIFOR
Theory & Techniques:
General
Christian H. Bischof, H. Martin Bücker, Bruno Lang, Arno Rasch, Andre Vehreschild
Combining Source Transformation and Operator Overloading Techniques to Compute Derivatives for MATLAB Programs
Conference proceeding, Proceedings of the Second IEEE International Workshop on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation (SCAM 2002), IEEE Computer Society, 2002
Tools:
ADiMat
F. D. Bramkamp, H. M. Bücker, A. Rasch
Using Exact Jacobians in an Implicit Newton-Krylov Method
Article in Computers & Fluids, 2006
Application Area:
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR
H. M. Bücker, A. Rasch, A. Vehreschild
Automatic Generation of Parallel Code for Hessian Computations
Conference proceeding, OpenMP Shared Memory Parallel Programming, Proceedings of the International Workshops IWOMP 2005 and IWOMP 2006, Eugene, OR, USA, June 1--4, 2005, and Reims, France, June 12--15, 2006, Springer, 2008
Tools:
ADIFOR
Theory & Techniques:
Hessian, Parallelism

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