D6.1: Requirements on use cases, methodology, and tools
This deliverable captures the initial requirements of the RePhrase project, as defined at the start of the project by the project team as a whole,and forming the basis for the successful conduct of the project.It covers technical requirements relating to all aspects of the project as well as requirements on use cases in order to be able to evaluate the whole RePhrase methodology.The deliverable is a key input into all the technical workpackages. This deliverable is intended to be a living document since requirements might change over project life time.
D6.2: Selection of Evaluation Metrics
The deliverable is the description of the approach for selection and implementation of evaluation metrics for assessment of the technology and porting success. for evaluation in T6.3 different metrics will be developed to measure reliability, robustness, resilience, integrity, and adaptivity before and after initial and final porting.
D6.3: Report on defined Use Cases
This deliverable D6.3 (Report on Defined Use Cases) describes the use cases selected by the partners (SCCH, EvoPro, cibersam) contributing to WP6 (Use Cases, Metrics and Evaluation.For every use case a detailed description of the use case background and environment is given and the current implementation (if already available) is explained. Furthermore, input and output data for the use case applications are specified. Where available, the results from the application profiling are outlined, along with parallelization possibilities derived from these results and the algorithm implementation. Additional requirements that are not already captured by by D6.1 (Requirements on use cases, methodology, and tools) are described. Additionally, proposed use of methodologies developed in the RePhrase project is outlined.All use cases are real projects running at the corresponding partner. Therefore, some of them are subjects of restriction imposed by the customer. Details of the use cases are provided as far as they do not violate any of the confidentiality issues.
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