■ I benchmarked ABCI_MP on
the following three PCs with different numbers of
CPU cores by running a sample file called LEP.abc:
Core 2 Duo E6600 @2.4GHz: Windows XP: 2GB RAM CPU
Core 2 Quad Q6600 @2.4GHz: Windows XP: 4GB RAM CPU
time used =13.3s
Core i7 920 @2.67GHz: 64-bit Windows Vista: 3GB RAM CPU time used =5.1s (ABCI_MP 32-bit version)
Core i7 920 @2.67GHz: 64-bit Windows Vista: 3GB RAM CPU time used =4.6s (ABCI_MP 64-bit version)
Performance of ABCI_MP scales almost linearly with the number of CPU cores.
ABCI_MP 64-bit version runs 10% faster than the 32-bit version on 64-bit
ABCI_MP 64-bit version on Windows Vista 64-bit and Corei7 looks very promising.
■ Now, GUI for ABCI to PyPi is available and ABCI can
be easily installed on GNU/Linux and Windows,
thanks to Dr. Sergey V. Matsievskiy.
Installation guide is available here.
Dr. Jonathan Smith of
installation guide page:
■ Now, the Windows XP 64 bit version of ABCI_MP
is also available. It is here:
ABCI (Azimuthal Beam Cavity Interaction)
is a computer program which solves the Maxwell
directly in the time domain when a bunched beam goes through an axi-symmetric
on or off axis. An arbitrary charge distribution can be defined by the user
was updated to version 12.5. This version fixed some small bugs for users who
large amount of meshes. If you do not belong to this category, you may keep
using the version 12.3,
also included in the package.
Single bunch. instabilities in an Electron Storage ring) is the program to
complex coherent betatron tune shifts as a function
of the bunch current
for a Gaussian
beam and provides their graphical representation on a printer in TopDrawer format.
regarding to this home page should be addressed to
Yong Ho Chin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Last updated on September 5, 2018 by Y. H. Chin