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This table shows the publically available deliverables only.
 

Deliverables
CodeTitleStatus
D1.1

Procedure for quality control
 Deliverable D1.1: Procedure for quality control (PDF, 319 kB)

This document describes the quality assurance process for the production and approval of deliverables that have to be submitted to the European Commission according to the DEEP Description of Work (Annex I to the Grant Agreement). It also covers presentations and dissemination material based on the provisions laid out in the Consortium Agreement and the Grant Agreement.

approved by EC
D1.2

Midterm management report at month 6
 Deliverable D1.2: Midterm management report at month 6 (PDF, 819 kB)

This report describes the objectives, work performed, resources used, and achievements during the first six months of the project.

approved by EC
D1.3

Periodic progress report at month 12
 Deliverable D1.3: Periodic progress report at month 12 (PDF, 929 kB)

This report describes the objectives, work performed, resources used, and results achieved during months 7 to 12 of the DEEP project.

approved by EC
D1.4

Midterm management report at month 18
 Deliverable D1.4: Midterm management report at month 18 (PDF, 663 kB)

This report describes the objectives, work performed, resources used, and results achieved during months 13 to 18 of the DEEP project.

approved by EC
D1.5

Periodic progress report at month 24
 Deliverable D1.5: Periodic progress report at month 24 (PDF, 745 kB)

This report describes the objectives, work performed, resources used, and results achieved during months 13 to 24 of the DEEP project.

approved by EC
D2.1

DEEP dissemination plan
 Deliverable D2.1: DEEP dissemination plan (PDF, 379 kB)

This document describes the planned activities for dissemination, outreach and training of the DEEP project. Disseminating the lessons learned from the DEEP project and the hardware and software work on the DEEP System is a major objective of the project. This document describes the measures and ways to achieve this objective.

approved by EC
D2.2

Dissemination Package
 Deliverable D2.2: Dissemination Package (PDF, 1 MB)

This publication describes the dissemination package for the DEEP project and its partners. The web presence is the central element in the dissemination activities of the DEEP project and is the main part in the dissemination package. The dissemination package is mainly available in electronic form. This document describes the technical background of the web presence and its management. An overview on the material for publications available to the partners at the BSCW server is also given.

approved by EC
D2.3

First report on dissemination and training
 Deliverable D2.3: First report on dissemination and training (PDF, 2 MB)

This deliverable describes the activities and results achieved in Work Package 2 “Dissemination, outreach and training” of the EU DEEP project during the first twelve months in the three tasks of the work package: Task 2.1: Dissemination activities. Task 2.2: Industry and business cooperation, Task 2.3: Education and training program.

approved by EC
D2.4

Second report on dissemination and training
 Deliverable D2.4: Second report on dissemination and training (PDF, 997 kB)

This deliverable reports on the activities and achievements of Work Package 2 “Dissemination, outreach and training“ of the DEEP project in the second project year.

approved by EC
D4.1

Cluster Booster low-level protocol
 Deliverable D4.1: Cluster Booster low-level protocol (PDF, 1 MB)

This document describes the requirements, the design and the implementation of the Cluster Booster low-level protocol as it is foreseen for DEEP. Beginning with a list of approaches on implementing the data path from the Cluster to the Booster, the design of a BI daemon software is explained, which enables nodes of both networks to talk with each other. The focus of this task lies on communication initiated from a CN.

approved by EC
D4.2

Full Cluster-Booster protocol without MIC
 Deliverable D4.2: Full Cluster-Booster protocol without MIC (PDF, 879 kB)

This document describes the design and the implementation of the Full Cluster-Booster protocol (CBP) as it is foreseen for the DEEP System. The design of a BI daemon (BID) is explained, which enables nodes of both networks to talk with each other.

approved by EC
D4.3ParaStation component pscom supporting EXTOLL
 Deliverable D4.3: ParaStation component pscom supporting EXTOLL (PDF, 654 kB)
This document describes the design and the implementation of the ParaStation communication library pscom, the network abstraction layer of pscom and pscom's plugin API for extending the list of supported network architectures. Furthermore it explains the internals of both EXTOLL-plugins of the pscom library which provide efficient communication paths for communicating between Booster nodes.
approved by EC
D5.1

Prototype programming environment in Booster Node
 Deliverable D5.1: Prototype programming environment in Booster Node (PDF, 1 MB)

This document introduces the DEEP programming model, and its components, including performance results of the OmpSs runtime, which is already ported to the Booster Node architecture, i.e. MIC.

approved by EC
D5.2

First release of linear algebra library
 Deliverable D5.2: First release of linear algebra library (PDF, 737 kB)

The purpose of this deliverable was to release a first version of the BLAS library for the Booster Nodes (BN). With the Mathematical Kernel Library (MKL) Intel provides a BLAS, LAPACK, and a few more important math libraries. These libraries are already in most parts well optimised for the Xeon PhiTM cards. The main functions used in the DEEP applications were identified, their usage analysed, and the MKL implementations were evaluated with reasonable parameters.

approved by EC
D5.3

OmpSs runtime for DEEP System
 Deliverable D5.3: OmpSs runtime for DEEP System (PDF, 1 MB)

This deliverable explains how the offloading from Cluster nodes to Booster nodes has been seamlessly integrated with the OmpSs data-flow execution model and the actual implementation of the offloading model for the DEEP Project.

approved by EC
D6.1

Definition Of Environmental Requirements
 Deliverable D6.1: Definition Of Environmental Requirements (PDF, 1,018 kB)

Target of this deliverable is to define the environmental requirements for deploying the DEEP System focusing energy efficiency. Energy efficiency will be an important aspect within the project and for the prototype system itself.

approved by EC
D6.2

Environment preparation completed
 Deliverable D6.2: Environment preparation completed (PDF, 1 MB)

Within deliverable D6.2 the infrastructure changes have been applied according to the requirements.

approved by EC
D6.3Installation of Cluster Subsystem completed
 Deliverable D6.3: Installation of Cluster Subsystem completed (PDF, 2 MB)
Deliverable D6.3 describes the installation process for the DEEP Cluster. The installation process for both hardware and software is described within the document and results of several tests that have been performed for proving functionality and operability are presented.
approved by EC
D7.1

Data centre infrastructure requirements
 Deliverable D7.1: Data centre infrastructure requirements (PDF, 2 MB)

This document covers important principles for energy-efficient data centre design. Key elements range from the selection of a suitable location for the data centre to the implementation of a suitable liquid cooling system with the potential for reusing waste heat for heating and cooling.

approved by EC
D7.2

Concepts for improving energy and cooling efficiency
 Deliverable D7.2: Concepts for improving energy and cooling efficiency (PDF, 1 MB)

This deliverable describes concepts for improved energy and cooling efficiency of supercomputers such as DEEP. The document focuses on energy efficiency for the machine itself.

approved by EC
D9.1

Application performance scalability models
 Deliverable D9.1: Application performance scalability models (PDF, 938 kB)

Parametric models have been used in combination with the Dimemas simulator to explore the scalability and sensitivity of the applications. The goal has been to gain useful insight into some of the DEEP applications characterising their performance and scalability, their network requirements and sensitivity as well as to obtain some preliminary predictions for the Booster execution.

approved by EC

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