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SMC

By jeff bude, kent smith, Steven Clark1, HALDUN KUFLUOGLU1, dhanoop varghese1, Nauman Zafar Butt1

1. Purdue University

Simplex Monte Carlo - solves for hot electron and hole distribution functions (DF) given input PADRE solution and mesh files.

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Version 2.0.2 - published on 06 Oct 2014

doi:10.4231/D33X83M6M cite this

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Users By Organization Type
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Educational - University 31 (72.09%)
Unidentified 9 (20.93%)
Industry 2 (4.65%)
Unemployed 1 (2.33%)
Users by Country of Residence
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us UNITED STATES 14 (50%)
in INDIA 5 (17.86%)
kr KOREA, REPUBLIC OF 2 (7.14%)
ro ROMANIA 1 (3.57%)
cl CHILE 1 (3.57%)
sg SINGAPORE 1 (3.57%)
es SPAIN 1 (3.57%)
tw TAIWAN 1 (3.57%)
jp JAPAN 1 (3.57%)
bd BANGLADESH 1 (3.57%)

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Wall Clock Time 55.34 minutes 8.49 days
CPU time 8.73 minutes 23.71 hours
Interaction Time 30.99 minutes 3.51 days

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