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Message 1050 - Posted: 6 Aug 2016, 7:26:35 UTC

New Carro-Rodriguez-Laguna-Pueyo Epicardial Model (Carro et al. 2011) for human ventricular cells, version 1.09
New Beta Testing Version of D.E.N.I.S Application, version 1.05
New Carro et al. New Model, version 1.00

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Message 1051 - Posted: 7 Aug 2016, 2:33:50 UTC - in response to Message 1050.  

CRLP2011EPI 1.09 Based on Beta 1.04
Beta 1.05 with more data saved on checkpoints.
CRN - Based on Beta 1.04 with new model "in development (You will get more info soon)

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Message 1057 - Posted: 8 Aug 2016, 20:33:43 UTC - in response to Message 1051.  

CRLP2011EPI 1.09 Based on Beta 1.04
Beta 1.05 with more data saved on checkpoints.


Do you plan to stop 1.05 beta (wus very long) and pass the code to CRLP2011EPI 1.10 (smaller)??
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Message 1059 - Posted: 8 Aug 2016, 21:20:33 UTC - in response to Message 1057.  

Hi!
The code in CRLP2011EPI now is the same as in the Beta application. We are using the beta application to test the code under simulation conditions we have no checked previously to avoid problems in the production app. Now the differences are not in the code, the differences are in the configuration files.
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Message 1064 - Posted: 17 Aug 2016, 19:35:55 UTC

Beta seems to be too much long for me (over 35h).
I'm waiting for optimized app
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Message 1065 - Posted: 17 Aug 2016, 22:17:09 UTC

This is one of the few projects where Windows is faster than Linux. Running on a real core of an i5-3550 under Ubuntu 16.04, a 1.05 Beta takes 30 1/2 hours. Running on a virtual core of an i7-4771 (though with only four cores active, so that it is effectively a full core) under Windows 7 64-bit takes 19 hours. A small part of this (maybe 15% or so) can be attributed to Haswell being faster than Ivy Bridge, but most of it has to be because DENIS 1.05 Beta just runs faster under Windows.

That is fine with me; I have both types of machines available, it is just a question of how to allocate the work.
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Message 1069 - Posted: 19 Aug 2016, 12:26:08 UTC - in response to Message 1064.  

Beta seems to be too much long for me (over 35h).
I'm waiting for optimized app

Agreed. They are definitely long! I don't blame you for dropping out. Thanks for the work you did contribute. The work you completed helped lighten the load for the rest of us.

At last check this morning, there were just 16 Beta tasks left to send.
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