Package: openturns-examples (1.0-4)
Links for openturns-examples
Download Source Package openturns:
- Debian Science Maintainers (QA Page, Mail Archive)
- Christophe Prud'homme (QA Page)
- Denis Barbier (QA Page)
- Homepage [trac.openturns.org]
examples of OpenTURNS functionalities
OpenTURNS is a powerful and generic tool to treat and quantify uncertainties in numerical simulations in design, optimization and control. It allows both sensitivity and reliability analysis studies:
* defining the outputs of interest and decision criterion; * quantify and model the source of uncertainties; * propagate uncertainties and/or analyse sensitivity and * rank the sources of uncertainty
OpenTURNS is a large project with more than 300 C++ classes which uses well known and supported software such as R for the statistical methods and BLAS/LAPACK for the linear algebra.
This package provides examples which are written either in C++ or in Python.
They are primarly used as validation tests for the whole platform but they can also be seen as tutorials for beginners.
Other Packages Related to openturns-examples
- dep: libopenturns-dev
- headers and development libraries for OpenTURNS
- dep: libopenturns0.1
- dynamic libraries for OpenTURNS
- dep: libstdc++6 (>= 4.1.1)
- GNU Standard C++ Library v3
- dep: python-openturns (= 1.0-4)
- Python front-end of OpenTURNS (aka TUI)