Jaideep Ray's Open-Source Software Packages
- HODIF - High-order
derivatives, interpolations and filters for block-structured
AMR. Accompanying software for Ray et al, "Using
high-order methods on adaptively refined block-structured
meshes - derivatives, interpolations, and filters",
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 2007, 29(1):139-181. BSD license.
- graphMC - a package for testing the independence of
graphs generated by a Markov chain Monte Carlo method. A description of the theory is
is in Ray et al, "Are we there
yet? When to stop a Markov chain while generating random
graphs", 9th International Workshop for Algorithms and
Models for the Web Graph, A. Bonato and J. Janssen, eds,
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS 7323), 2012.
Download paper SAND2012-1169C
- sparse-msrf: A package for sparse modeling and estimation
of fossil-fuel CO2 emission fields - MATLAB code to solve an inverse problem to
estimate fossil-fuel CO2 emissions using a Multiscale Random Field model and Stagewise
Orthogonal Matching Pursuit. The theory is in
Sandia Technical Report SAND2013-2919.
- PRIME: A modeling framework for "real-time"
characterization and forecasting of partially observed outbreak - A Python package to solve
and inverse problem an infer the latent infection rate curve using Bayesian inference. The theory
is in doi: 10.1007/s00466-020-01897-z.