[SICOPOLIS:129] Follow-up: Introducing SICOPOLIS-AD v2

Ralf Greve greve at lowtem.hokudai.ac.jp
Thu Mar 2 18:24:35 JST 2023

Dear all,

following up on Shreyas' announcement from two weeks ago, I'm happy to 
inform you that we have released SICOPOLIS-AD v2 today. It is tagged as 
"ad-v2" in the Git repository and also archived on Zenodo 

BTW, just to avoid confusion: This is a normal SICOPOLIS version that 
can be run in the usual forward mode as before. In this case, all 
specifics related to the AD capabilities can be safely ignored (in 
particular, no need to install Tapenade).

Best regards,


On 2023-02-16 12:11, Shreyas Suni Gaikwad wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> The latest heap of commits made by me to the master branch of SICOPOLIS 
> is to introduce up-to-date AD-based adjoint capabilities for SICOPOLIS 
> using the AD tool Tapenade. You can find more details here - 
> <https://sicopolis.readthedocs.io/en/latest/index.html>
> We have tried to make sure that our commits don't break other workflows 
> with SICOPOLIS. However, if it has broken something for you, please let 
> me know <mailto:shreyas.gaikwad at utexas.edu>.
> A paper introducing these new capabilities is under review at the 
> Journal of Open Source Software. :)
> Best,
> Shreyas
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