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Compact Modeling Framework v3.0 for high-resolution global ocean-ice-atmosphere models

Vladimir V. Kalmykov1,3, Rashit A. Ibrayev1,2,3,4, Maxim N. Kaurkin1,3, and Konstantin V. Ushakov1,3 Vladimir V. Kalmykov et al.
  • 1Hydrometcentre of Russia, B. Predtechensky per., 11-13, Moscow, 123242, Russia
  • 2Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences, ul. Gubkina, 8, Moscow, 119333, Russia
  • 3Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Nahimovskiy prospekt, 36, Moscow, 117997, Russia
  • 4Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (State University), Institutskiy per. 9, Dolgoprudny, Moscow oblast, 141700, Russia

Abstract. We present new version of the Compact Modeling Framework (CMF3.0) developed for providing the software environment for stand-alone and coupled models of the Global geophysical fluids. The CMF3.0 designed for implementation high and ultra-high resolution models at massive-parallel supercomputers.

The key features of the previous CMF version (2.0) are mentioned for reflecting progress in our researches. In the CMF3.0 pure MPI approach with high-level abstract driver, optimized coupler interpolation and I/O algorithms is replaced with PGAS paradigm communications scheme, while central hub architecture evolves to the set of simultaneously working services. Performance tests for both versions are carried out. As addition a parallel realisation of the EnOI (Ensemble Optimal Interpolation) data assimilation method as program service of CMF3.0 is presented.

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We present new version of the Compact Modeling Framework (CMF3.0) developed for providing the software environment for stand-alone and coupled models of the Global geophysical fluids. The CMF3.0 designed for implementation high and ultra-high resolution models at massive-parallel supercomputers.
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