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Inria's software assets Aerospace & Aeronautics for France India Techno Summit october 2013

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  • Inria, a public research institute established in 1967, produces excellent research in mathematics and computational sciences. The institute covers the entire spectrum of research at the heart of these areas of activity, and works also on issues asked by other sciences and by economic and societal actors. Inria can be considered as a software provider. Indeed, approximately 1000 software are currently developed of which a large part is distributed with an open source license. Inria is convinced that this production deserves to be more widely known among academic and economical actors as it is a source of value creation, which is one of Inria's missions. The India France Technology Summit is an opportunity to raise awareness of this software production. Thus, this catalog offers an extract from software assets, as part of the Summit themes such as health, smart cities, smart grid, critical embedded software, etc. . You can find all these software files, and many others on Icommunity: https://www.icommunity.fr/patrimoine-technologique-inria
  • Alt-Ergo is an automatic solver of formulas based on SMT technology. It is especially designed to prove mathematical formulas generated by program verification tools, such as Frama-C for C programs, or SPARK for Ada code. Initially developed in Toccata research team, Alt-Ergo's distribution and support are provided by OCamlPro since September 2013. Contact: Sylvain.Conchon@inria.fr http://alt-ergo.lri.fr Innovative aspects : - Polymorphic language input - Interactive graphical interface - Qualification DO-178 B/C (avionic) Main fielfs of applications : - Program verification - Formal tests generation - Model checking - Cryptographic protocols verification Mais users : - Airbus & Atos Origin (projet de l'A350) - AdaCore & Altran (preuve de code Ada) - CEA (preuve de programmes C) Language, standard, environment : OCaml (Linux, Windows, MacOS) Keywords: software reliability, formal methods, proof Licence: CECILL-C Partners : Toccata &
  • Contact: chantal.le_tonqueze@inria.fr http://www.eclipse.org/m2m/atl/ ATL (AtlanMod Transformation Language) is a Innovative aspects: Support for all model types (e.g., UML2), tool dedicated to model transformation, declarative (QVT-like) and imperative complete, integrated into Eclipse and including syntaxes. its own development & execution environment, Main fields of application: concrete examples as well as the Code generation preparing, reverse corresponding associated documentation engineering of legacy systems, tool interoperability, etc. More generally, any context implying model processing. Keywords: MDA, MDE, ATL, QVT, model, transformation Language, standard, environment: Eclipse, EMF, Java License: Eclipse Public License (EPL) Partners:
  • Contact: pierre.martinon@inria.fr URL: www.bocop.org controlled Innovative aspects: highly flexible toolbox, with state-of-the-art algorithms, advanced and user-friendly GUI Features powerful solvers and user-friendly GUI. Fit for both academic and industrial use. Main fields of application: transportation, Toolbox for optimization dynamical systems. of energy, process optimization, and biology Language, environment: C++, Linux / Mac / Windows Keywords: control, optimization, toolbox License: EPL (core) Possible proprietary modules Academic partners :
  • Contact: Julia.Lawall@inria.fr http://coccinelle.lip6.fr Coccinelle Coccinelle is a tool for code search and transformation for C programs. It has been extensively used for bug finding and evolutions in Linux kernel code. Innovative aspects: Ease of writing specifications, in terms of C-code based patterns. Scales to millions of lines of code. Main fields of application: Large-scale software development. Bug finding, software evolution, code renovation, code metrics, software understanding. @@ expression E; constant C; @@ – !E & C + !(E & C) Language, environment: Linux, Windows, Mac. Distributed with Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, etc. Keywords : code quality, evolution, infrastructure software License : GPLv2 Academic partners :
  • Contact: sriv-saclay@inria.fr http://coco.gforge.inria.fr/doku.php Choose your Optimizer! COmparing Continuous Optimizers is a platform for benchmarking numerical optimization algorithms in order to determine the best optimizer for a given class of problem. Innovative aspects: Tedious task of running experiments, postprocessing and visualization entirely automatized. Database of different benchmarked algorithms with the platform available. Main fields of application: Any field where one needs to solve numerical optimization problem in black-box scenario, such as biology, physics (for parameter calibration), engineering design (launcher, airplane, car, ...). Language, environment: C, Java, Matlab and Octave, Python Keywords: benchmarking, numerical optimization, black-box optimization. License: BSD Academic partners:
  • Coq Coq provides with both a dependently-typed functional programming language and a logical formalism, which, altogether, supports the formalisation of mathematical theories and the specification and certification of properties of programs. Coq also provides with a large and extensible set of automatic or semi-automatic proof methods. Coq's programs are extractible to OCaml, Haskell, Scheme, ... Contact: coqdev@inria.fr http://coq.inria.fr Innovative aspects: Coq received the ACM-SIGPLAN Programming Languages Software 2013 award for its original mixed programming/logic language and for its high-level methods of proof and specification (tactic language, systems of abbreviation, ...) Main fields of application: formalisation of mathematics, certification of properties of programs, university-level teaching of logic and programming Top applications: full formalisation of the group order theorem, C compiler certification Language, environment: multi-platforms, written in OCaml, libraries themselves written in Coq Keywords: certification, formalisation, proofs License: LGPL Academic partners: CNRS, ENS Lyon, U. Paris-Sud, U. Paris-Diderot
  • Contact: sriv-saclay@inria.fr http://frama-c.com/ Frama-C is a platform dedicated to sourcecode analysis of C software. Frama-C assists in development and verification activities as well as in reverse source-code engineering. Innovative aspects: Frama-C proposes a dedicated language for writing specifications, ACSL. Different FramaC plug-ins use complementary techniques to verify that the source code complies with specifications written in this language. Main fields of application: Transport, energies, healthcare, security Language, standard, environment: Ocaml language License: GNU LGPL v2 Keywords: Software verification, proving software, trusted software. Partners:
  • Contact: chantal.le_tonqueze@inria.fr http://kermeta.org/ Innovative aspects: programming environment based on an object- Kermeta allows to define and enrich new programming languages by improving the way oriented DSL (Domain Specific Language) to specify, simulate and test operational semantics of metamodels. optimized for metamodel engineering. The Kermeta workbench is a powerful meta- . Main fields of application: Agile software developent, model engineering Key words : MOF (Meta Object Facility), OMG (Object Management Group), Metamodelisation Coding and Operating System: Java, Kermeta License: EPL Academic Partners:
  • Contact: Brice.Goglin@inria.fr http://www.open-mpi.org/projects/hwloc/ « Portable Hardware Locality » hwloc discovers your computers’ topology and exposes it as an abstracted and portable hierarchical tree. Main fields of application: hwloc’s main goal consists in assisting applications for retrieving easy-to-use information about modern compute server architectures so as to exploit their power in a more convenient and efficient manner. Language: C Keywords: Topology, locality, affinities, HPC, MPI, GPU License: new BSD licence Technological barrier: Users may now visualize the topology within a graphical interface and consult many architectural and computing characteristics. Academic partners: Open MPI consortium, Argonne Nationa Lab., etc.
  • Contact: sylvain.karpf@inria.fr http://www.moosetechnology.org Moose is an extensive platform for software and data analysis. It offers multiple services ranging from importing and parsing data, to modeling, to measuring, querying, mining, and to building interactive and visual analysis tools. Innovative aspects: Moose accelerates production of software analyses by providing expandable models and reusable libraries. Several models are offered for static or dynamic analysis of programmes, development logs, procedural code or aspect. Smalltalk (open-source Pharo) Windows, Linux, Mac Main fields of application: Retroengineering, Meta-modelling, Software visualisation License: BSD licence Academic partners:
  • Contact: rev@inrialpes.fr http://graal.ens-lyon.fr/MUMPS Multifrontal Massively Parallel Solver solves sparse linear systems of the form A x = b. Innovative aspects: MUMPS is a direct solver, used worldwide in many fields related to digital simulation, in academic as well as industrial codes. Its main characteristics are its numerical stability, large number of functionalities and high performance. Language, standard, environment: Fortran and C languages, available for Unix, Windows or Mac OS, parallel calculators. Keywords: sparse matrices, direct solvers, highperformance calculation, finite element modelling Licence: Open source Spinning wheel (courtesy of SAMTECH) Academic partners:
  • Contact: regis.duvigneau@inria.fr http://num3sis.inria.fr - Visual programming (dataflow) - Coupling via plugins - Interactive computation and visualization - Distributed computing Innovative aspects: Plateform for the aggregation of software components (plugins) dedicated to multidisciplinary numerical simulation in HPC environment Coupling of models (aerodynamics, electromagnetics, structural mechanics), coupling of numerical methods (finitevolume, finite-element, discontinuous Galerkin, linear solver, mesh generation, etc) Language, environment: C++, libraries Qt, vtk, mpi Keywords: simulation, plateform, HPC License: free for academic usage
  • Contact: rev@inrialpes.fr http://oar.imag.fr A task and resource management tool for computing infrastructures. Innovative aspects: Versatility, customisation, scaling up, control of complexity, flexible scheduler. Main fields of application: Use of infrastructures for high-performance computing. Language: Perl, Ruby, Ocaml, Bash, SQL. Available for UNIX: Debian, Centos, RedHat. Keywords: resource manager, clusters, light grid, cloud, HPC. License: GPL Partners: Used by (among others) Grid’5000, SensLAB, Mesocentre CIMENT, BRGM.
  • OCaml The OCaml language is a functional programming language that combines safety with expressiveness through the use of a precise and flexible type system with automatic type inference. The OCaml system is a comprehensive implementation of this language, featuring two compilers (a bytecode compiler, for fast prototyping and interactive use, and a native-code compiler producing efficient machine code for x86, ARM, PowerPC and SPARC), a debugger, a documentation generator, a compilation manager, a package manager, and many libraries contributed by the user community. Contact: Xavier.Leroy@inria.fr http://caml.inria.fr/ http://ocaml.org/ Innovative aspects: OCaml is one of the three most widely-used functional programming languages, and the only one that seamlessly combines functional, imperative and object-oriented programming within a single type system. Main fields of application: Symbolic computation : compilers, code generators, static analyzers, formal verification tools, automated theorem provers, interactive proof assistants. High-level systems, network and Web programming. OCaml is also used in the financial industry, notably for modeling and pricing complex financial products. Language, environment: Programmed in OCaml and in C, the OCaml system supports Linux, BSD, MacOS X, and Microsoft Windows. Keywords: functional programming, static typing, symbolic computation, compilation, static analysis., License: OCaml is free software, distributed under QPL and LGPL licences. A specific BSD-like license is offered to members of the Caml Consortium.
  • Contact: sylvain.karpf@inria.fr http://paradiseo.gforge.inria.fr/ ParadisEO Paradiseo is a software framework for metaheuristics (optimisation algorithms aimed at solving difficult optimisation problems). It facilitates the use, development and comparison of classic, multi-objective, parallel or hybrid metaheuristics. ParadisEO-PEO ParadisEO-MO Innovative aspects: ParadisEO offers implementations of numerous classic metaheuristics from literature as well as innovative new metaheuristics. This software can also be used for parallelisation of metaheuristics. Main fields of application: ParadisEO is used to solve large-scale optimisation problems in a wide variety of fields, such as transport, logistics, telecommunication systems and bioinformatics. ParadisEO-MOEO ParadisEO-EO EO : Population-based metaheuristics Language, environment: available for Windows, Unix and Mac OS X, Language C++, CMake Keywords: Metaheuristics, parallelisation. MO : Single solution-based metaheuristics MOEO : Metaheuristics for multiobjective optimisation PEO : Hybrid, parallel and distributed metaheuristics License: freeware available Academic partners:
  • Contact: marianne.lamour@inria.fr http://www.labri.fr/~pelegrin/scotch/ (PT-)Scotch Scotch is a graph partitioner. It helps optimise the division of a problem, by means of a graph, into a set of independent sub-problems of equivalent sizes. These sub-problems can also be solved at the same time. Partitioning of edges into 8 parts. Each part is allocated to a different processor. Partitioning vertices to reorder blocks of a sparse matrix. Innovative aspects: Scotch calculates partitions on a sequential machine and PT-Scotch on a parallel machine. PT-Scotch can handle very large graphs (2 billion vertices or more) on several tens of thousands of processors. The quality of solutions provided by PT-Scotch does not depend on the number of processors on which it runs. Main fields of application : distributing a scientific problem's computing load across the processors of a parallel machine, placement of VLSI circuits, combinatorial optimisation, etc... Language: C Keywords: high-performance calculation, graph algorithmics, domain decomposition, mesh partitioning, sparse matrix ordering License: CECILL C
  • proactive.inria.fr ProActive Portable Java middleware designed for the distributed and parallel multi-core calculation. It allows the progamming and the execution of parallel applications as well as ressources management (workstations, servers, clusters, grids or cloud) Innovative aspects: Distributed active objects, seamless components migration, large scale communicating software components Main fields of application: Distributed systems and services Language, environment: Java (Linux, MacOS, Windows) Keywords: distributed computing, grids, cloudcomputing License : - Open source (AGPL) - Proprietary within
  • Contact: rev@inrialpes.fr http://nano-d.inrialpes.fr/ SAMSON A software platform for real-time modelling and Innovative aspects: simulation of natural or artificial nanosystems. The specific interest of SAMSON lies in the integration of simulation methods during the modelling phase: adaptive and interactive simulation algorithms immediately provide information on the consequences of modelling choices. Language, standard, environment: C++, available for Windows, Unix and Mac OS X Keywords: Modelling, Simulation, Nanosystems, Structural Biology, Chemistry Academic partners
  • Selalib Selalib (SemiLagrangian Library) is a collection of modules conceived to aid in the development of plasma physics simulations, particularly in the study of turbulence in fusion plasmas. Selalib offers basic capabilities from general and mathematical utilities and modules to aid in parallelization, up to pre-packaged simulations. Contact: chacongolcher@math.unistra.fr http://selalib.gforge.inria.fr/ Innovative aspects: unavailability of basic software building blocks for simulations using the semilagrangian method. Need to include software engineering practices in an academic research environment. Main fields of application: high-level modules in the library are specialized for plasma physics. Low-levels are usable in parallel computing applications. Language, environment: Fortran 2003 Mettre une image représentative des fonctions du logiciel Keywords: plasma physics, semilagrangian method, parallel computing, plasma turbulence License: open source (Cecill-B), not released yet. Academic partners: University of Strasbourg, Max Planck Insitute - Garching.
  • Contact: catherine.lucquiaud@inria.fr http://simgrid.gforge.inria.fr/ Scientific Instrument for the study of Large-Scale Distributed Systems SimGrid is Easy-to-use Users can quickly setup a controlled simulation environment to develop and test new ideas with minimal technical effort. SimGrid is Versatile It provides models of Network, CPU and Disks adapted to (Data)Grids, P2P, Clouds, Clusters and HPC, allowing multi-domain studies. SimGrid ⇝ + Idea or MPI code Models Experimental Setup SimGrid is Trustworthy The models are theoretically grounded and experimentally validated. The results are reproducible, enabling better scientific practices. Scientific Results SimGrid is Scalable The simulation engine uses algorithmic and implementation techniques toward the fast simulation of large systems on a single machine. SimGrid is Open Due to its community-development philosophy, SimGrid is Usable it has been adopted by many researchers around the globe. Several associated tools are Ported to all major platforms and programming languages, it comes with an extensive tooling. contributed by its large user community. Keywords Large-Scale Distributed Systems; Reproducible Experiments; Simulation, Emulation. License: GNU LGPL Academic Partners:
  • Contact: christine.morin@inria.fr http://snooze.gforge.inria.fr/ Snooze : a Self-Organizing and Energy Aware Innovative aspects: - Energy conservation in clouds Cloud Management Framework. - Generic scheduling engine supporting VM placement, relocation and reconfiguration algorithms - Fault-tolerance - Self-organizing self-healing hierarchical architecture. Main fields of application: - Private cloud providers - Testbed for evaluation of VM scheduling algorithms in a real environment Language, environment: Java Keywords: Cloud computing, energy management, consolidation, fault-tolerance, self-organization, self-healing, virtualization License: GPL v2
  • Raymond.namyst@inria.fr StarPu http://runtime.bordeaux.inria.fr/StarPU/ A runtime system for heterogeneous parallel machines Applications Parallel Compilers Parallel Libraries Main fields of application: • Energy, Weather Forecast, Aeronautics, Multimedia StarPU Drivers (CUDA, OpenCL) CPU GPU Goals: • Dynamically schedule tasks on all processing units - CPU + GPU, Xeon Phi • Minimize data transfers between accelerators Target for • Compilers: StarSs [UPC], HMPP [CAPS entreprise] • Parallel Libraries: MAGMA [UTK, USA] Xeon Phi Language: C (C++, Fortran) Keywords: GPU, multicore, scheduling, performance License: LGPL Academic partners:
  • SUP Contact: Francois.Bremond@inria.fr https://team.inria.fr/stars/software Scene Understanding Platform SUP is a software platform for perceiving, analyzing and interpreting a 3D dynamic scene observed through a network of sensors. It encompasses algorithms allowing for the modeling of interesting activities for users to enable their recognition in real-world applications requiring high-throughput. Innovative aspects: Detection of human (and vehicle or other) activities through video analysis and other sensors in big databases. Main fields of application: Health-care, security, protection of people and goods Language, environment: C++, cmake, multi-platform Keywords: activity recognition License: undetermined Academic partners: CHU Nice, CEA, USC California, Tainan (Taiwan), Hamburg University, I2R Singapore