Software Projects

ANN-LTS (Adaptive Non-Negative Least Trim Square)
ANN-LTS

Dr. Yuying Xie - R-Code for Adaptive Non-Negative Least Trim Square 

C-1-1-Interpolation
C-1-1-Interpolation

Dr. Matt Hirn - Python program that Computes the optimal C^{1,1}(R^d) interpolations in any dimension d.

ENZO
ENZO

Dr. Brian O'Shea - Enzo is a community-developed adaptive mesh refinement simulation code, designed for rich, multi-physics hydrodynamic astrophysical calculations. 

GGMEM
GGMEM

Dr. Yuying Xie - Joint estimation of multiple dependent Gaussian graphical models with applications to mouse genomics (DOI)

NIDS: Decentralized Algorithm with Network-independent Step Sizes
NIDS: Decentralized Algorithm with Network-independent Step Sizes

Faculty member Ming Yan's Matlab code that reproduce the results for

Z. Li, W. Shi and M. Yan, A Decentralized Proximal-gradient Method with Network Independent Step-sizes and Separated Convergence Rates, arXiv:1704.07807, 2017. (Code)

PD3O: Primal Dual Algorithms with Three Operators
PD3O: Primal Dual Algorithms with Three Operators

Faculty member Ming Yan's Matlab code that reproduce the results for   

M. Yan, A New Primal-Dual Method for Minimizing the Sum of Three Functions with a Linear Operator, arXiv:1611.09805, 2016. (Slides) (Code)

ProxL1-L2: Proximal operators for L1-L2
ProxL1-L2: Proximal operators for L1-L2

Faculty member Ming Yan's Matlab code that reproduce the results for 

Y. Lou and M. Yan, Fast L1-L2 Minimization via a Proximal Operator, Journal of Scientific Computing, in press. (pdf)

PTSG Software
PTSG Software

Dr. John P. Verboncoeur - All software produced by the The Plasma Theory and Simulation Group is freely avaliable. Our most recent, popular and well kept up codes are on bounded plasma, plasma device codes XPDP1, XPDC1, XPDS1, and XPDP2. 

ScatNet-QM-2D
ScatNet-QM-2D

Dr. Matt Hirn - Wavelet scattering regression of quantum chemical energies for planar molecules.

This software computes two-dimensional wavelet scattering transforms of planar molecules and corresponding molecular energy regressions, as described in the paper "Wavelet scattering regression of quantum chemical energies," (https://arxiv.org/abs/1605.04654) by Matthew Hirn, Stéphane Mallat, and Nicolas Poilvert.

TMAC: A Toolbox that Implements a Set of Modern Methods
TMAC: A Toolbox that Implements a Set of Modern Methods

Faculty member Ming Yan's C code that reproduce the results for 

Z. Peng, Y. Xu, M. Yan and W. Yin, ARock: an algorithmic framework for asynchronous parallel coordinate updates, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 38 (2016), A2851-A2879. (pdf

Wavelet Scattering Regression of Quantum Chemical Energies
Wavelet Scattering Regression of Quantum Chemical Energies

Dr. Matt Hirn - Matlab implementations of the algorithms described in “Wavelet Scattering Regression of Quantum Chemical Energies” (pdfarXiv