MUSCLE 2 - The Multiscale Coupling Library and Environment is a portable framework to do multiscale modeling and simulation on distributed computing resources. The generic coupling mechanism of MUSCLE is suitable for many types of multiscale applications, notably for multiscale models as defined by the MAPPER project or complex automata as defined in the COAST project. Submodels can be implemented from scratch, but legacy code can also be used with only minor adjustments. The runtime environment solves common problems in distributed computing and couples submodels of a multiscale model, whether they are built for high-performance supercomputers or for local execution.
Within the MAPPER project, MUSCLE is being enhanced and adapted to the Grid infrastructures. Parts of the reservation and management interacts with the QCG-Computing middleware stack, intended for job management on e-Infrastructure.
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How to cite
Publications resulting from simulations with MUSCLE 2 are invited to cite the following (in press):
- Borgdorff, M. Mamonski, B. Bosak, K. Kurowski, M. Ben Belgacem, B. Chopard, D. Groen, P. V. Coveney, and A. G. Hoekstra, “Distributed Multiscale Computing with MUSCLE 2, the Multiscale Coupling Library and Environment,” Journal of Computational Science, in press, 2014. doi: 10.1016/j.jocs.2014.04.004
Feel free to contact us with any questions. Contact person:
Joris Borgdorff muscle@…
University of Amsterdam
Amsterdam, The Netherlands