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  • FurtherObjectives (diff) – Opus Project
    v2 12 12 Besides the platform sustainable dynamic around the shared and open uncertainty treatments is the key objective of the project From the conceptual point of view many communities agree on the need to uniform the glossary methods and approaches into an industry wide standard indeed many are working on From the software point however many remain stuck to their old fashion although sometimes high performing libraries and patches

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  • Presentation (diff) – Opus Project
    View differences inline side by side Show lines around each change Ignore Blank lines Case changes White space changes Timestamp 09 30 09 15 47 16 6 years ago Author pmpair Comment Legend Unmodified Added Removed Modified Presentation v5 v6 42 42 Keywords Complex Systems High Performance Simulation Platform Open Source Uncertainty Treatments 43 43 44 Further reading 45 46 wiki FurtherObjectives Objectives detailed 47 48 wiki ValueGeneration Value generation

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  • Presentation (diff) – Opus Project
    Case changes White space changes Timestamp 09 30 09 15 36 51 6 years ago Author pmpair Comment Legend Unmodified Added Removed Modified Presentation v4 v5 33 33 That allows for 34 34 35 Uncertainty aware modelling with cutting edge tools 36 Sustainable Dynamic in the Uncertainty Treatment Field 35 Uncertainty aware modelling with cutting edge tools 36 Sustainable Dynamic in the Uncertainty Treatment Field 37 37 38 38 Maintain

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  • Presentation (diff) – Opus Project
    from all relevant fields 16 16 17 Ecole Centrale de Paris ECP SUPELEC industry oriented uncertainty research 18 INRIA Host of Scilab Consortium Among other INRIA projects and major advances Scilab is a renowned French Open Source Software in scientific computing 19 Joseph Fourier University and Paris VII University applied mathematicians with connections to R and Scilab Octave recognised Open Source Software 20 CEA EADS EDF and Dassault Aviation leading players in building an industrial consensus over the Generic Uncertainty Treatment Guidelines for industrial use ESREDA EHPOC 21 SOFTIA French start up company with strong records of providing the large companies with services around Open Source solutions 17 Ecole Centrale de Paris ECP SUPELEC industry oriented uncertainty research 18 INRIA Host of Scilab Consortium Among other INRIA projects and major advances Scilab is a renowned French Open Source Software in scientific computing 19 Joseph Fourier University and Paris VII University applied mathematicians with connections to R and Scilab Octave recognised Open Source Software 20 CEA EADS EDF and Dassault Aviation leading players in building an industrial consensus over the Generic Uncertainty Treatment Guidelines for industrial use ESREDA EHPOC 21 SOFTIA French start up company with strong records of providing the

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  • Presentation (diff) – Opus Project
    from all relevant fields 16 16 17 Ecole Centrale de Paris ECP SUPELEC industry oriented uncertainty research 18 INRIA Host of Scilab Consortium Among other INRIA projects and major advances Scilab is a renowned French Open Source Software in scientific computing 19 Joseph Fourier University and Paris VII University applied mathematicians with connections to R and Scilab Octave recognised Open Source Software 20 CEA EADS EDF and Dassault Aviation leading players in building an industrial consensus over the Generic Uncertainty Treatment Guidelines for industrial use ESREDA EHPOC 21 SOFTIA French start up company with strong records of providing the large companies with services around Open Source solutions 17 Ecole Centrale de Paris ECP SUPELEC industry oriented uncertainty research 18 INRIA Host of Scilab Consortium Among other INRIA projects and major advances Scilab is a renowned French Open Source Software in scientific computing 19 Joseph Fourier University and Paris VII University applied mathematicians with connections to R and Scilab Octave recognised Open Source Software 20 CEA EADS EDF and Dassault Aviation leading players in building an industrial consensus over the Generic Uncertainty Treatment Guidelines for industrial use ESREDA EHPOC 21 SOFTIA French start up company with strong records of providing the

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  • Presentation (diff) – Opus Project
    or replacing the reliance on tests for the complex systems design or performance assessment All this makes generic uncertainty treatment as opposed to domain specific efforts a cornerstone for rapid industrial progress 10 11 Hence nowadays several major partnerships ESREDA MUCM SAMSI IMdR have launched ambitious works to capitalise on uncertainty treatments into generic guides that would meet virtually any industrial need It aims at designing a common template to be followed as well as specific guidelines to methodology that might best fit the particular case typically according to the data and experts information availability model complexity and so on 12 13 In order to reach a broad stakeholder community ranging from physicists to company managers with uncertainty awareness and management capacity an essential step the OPUS project target is to create a genuinely generic and comprehensive software platform OPUS capitalises on the most advanced conceptual and guidelines work into an Open Source however industrialised and fully serviced software product 14 15 OPUS has gathered the specialists from all relevant fields 16 17 Ecole Centrale de Paris ECP SUPELEC industry oriented uncertainty research 18 INRIA Host of Scilab Consortium Among other INRIA projects and major advances Scilab is a renowned French Open Source Software in scientific computing 19 Joseph Fourier University and Paris VII University applied mathematicians with connections to R and Scilab Octave recognised Open Source Software 20 CEA EADS EDF and Dassault Aviation leading players in building an industrial consensus over the Generic Uncertainty Treatment Guidelines for industrial use ESREDA EHPOC 21 SOFTIA French start up company with strong records of providing the large companies with services around Open Source solutions 22 23 Therefore OPUS project leverages much greater know how and resources than reflected by the project balance sheet The synergy of partner experiences provides OPUS with

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  • Workshops – Opus Project
    Tai Fang Beijing Normal University China Design and Modeling for experiments with model uncertainty 11 45 Emmanuel Vazquez Supelec France On kriging and sequential search algorithms The optimization of functions whose evaluation involves time consuming computer programs has often to be achieved with a small budget of evaluations In this context the Expected Improvement EI algorithm a kriging based approach to optimization has become popular for it can lead to significant savings in the number of function evaluations over traditional optmization methods The EI algorithm is known as a sequential Bayesian global optimization technique During the optimization the expensive to evaluate function is replaced by a cheap approximation and the probabilistic framework of kriging is used to account for the uncertainty on the function approximation This talk will start with a presentation of the technique and will discuss several variations including the recently proposed Informational Approach to Global Optimization IAGO strategy which takes a step forward in this domain and has successfully been applied in the context of industrial problems Finally we will show that the ideas supporting Bayesian optimization can be generalized to derive other types of sequential search algorithms e g algorithms to estimate quantiles or probabilities of failure Round table with two keynotes speakers in the afternoon R Gentleman from R D Bateman from Octave People from Scilab Debian GNU Linux and other open source free software were present at the round table The process sub session addressed the collaborative development process issues for example the natural willingness of each partner to stick to its habits i e use specific dependencies and development environments R Matlab Scilab Octave C We shall discuss of good processes to establish and pitfalls to avoid The service and long term prospects sub session will start right after the coffee break It

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  • Workshops (diff) – Opus Project
    Version 1 and Version 2 of Workshops View differences inline side by side Show lines around each change Ignore Blank lines Case changes White space changes Timestamp 09 30 09 15 26 07 6 years ago Author pmpair Comment Legend Unmodified Added Removed Modified Workshops v1 v2 78 78 79 79 La prochaine réunion plénière OPUS aura lieu le lendemain de ce 3ème workshop 80 81 http www opus project

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