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This project offers tools for managing viability kernel:
Motivation: defining a robust, efficient and interoperable file format for storing and exchanging computed kernels.
HDF5 is designed for storing large amount of data with metadata on each set of data in a same file. It is widely used by high performance scientific applications.
As soon as the structure will be fixed, it could be interesting to produce a XDMF file that describe the schema.
The tools will be distributed for several platforms: R, C, python, JVM and will share a common API. For instance, the targeted modules are:
For building a community and for sharing and comparing easily the computed kernel approximations, a website is planned.
detailed specifications are in progress.
Sample files for making test are available on this shared storage (ask for account).
You can retrieve the sources with git:
git clone ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org:2222/vino
Or browse it here.
You have to init your account by logging a first time on sourcesup (if not yet done) and ask to managers to add your account into the project.
Then, you have to upload your SSH public key on your account configuration page (“Edit keys” section at bottom).