HPC / HTC Software Infrastructure for the Synthesis and Analysis of CMB Datasets
posterposted on 07.02.2020 by Julian Borrill, Bischoff, Colin, Thomas Crawford, Matthew Hasselfield, Reijo Keskitalo, Theodore Kisner, Akito Kusaka, Nathan Whitehorn
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This project aims to develop new software infrastructure to bridge the gap between HPC (TOAST) and HTC (SPT3G) software frameworks currently used by Cosmic Microwave Background experiments. We are developing code to allow running simulation and analysis modules from one framework in the other, supporting data translation in memory between the models used by the two frameworks, and unifying the data representations and conventions in both frameworks. This project will immediately benefit current and future CMB experiments such as SPT, ACT, BICEP/Keck, Simons Array, Simons Observatory, and CMB-S4.