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Graphics of the participation in the ALADIN project, figures as on 30 June 2013
Article published on 22 January 2014
dernière modification le 2 December 2015

by Patricia
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Statistics about the manpower involved in ALADIN are regularly produced thanks to the ALADIN work accounting realized by the LTM (ALADIN correspondents) following the rules defined in the MoU.

The updated statistics are presented every year at the General Assembly (the corresponding charts may be found in the General Assembly pages).

 Breakdown of the manpower at the end of June 2013 and during the MoUs

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Breakdown of the person.month by countries
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Breakdown of the participants by countries
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Breakdown of the person.months by money funding
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Breakdown of the person.month by countries

 Manpower evolution of Partners or Components of the consortia

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Evolution of the quartely manpower
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Evolution of Partners manpower during MoUs
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Evolution of MF, LACE and FR partners manpower

 Mobility and Full Time Equivalent

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Stay versus home work in the total ALADIN effort
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Evolution of the yearly Full Time Equivalent

 Type of work at the end of June 2013

  • Since July 2001, the ALADIN effort is split in 3 categories (direct work, maintenance of local applications, development of interfaces to other applications). The type of work is also characterized (training, tuition, networking,maintenance, validation, development, operational).
  • Since January 2007, the manpower is also split in "in-kind" or "not in-kind" work.
  • Since January 2012, as proposed during the 16th GA, a special attention is paid to the following activities in the reporting (first statistics were computed after 6 months record): Parallellization/optimization (openMP, MPI issues, for instance removal for global variables in SURFEX); Code development (e.g. writing code for new science); Code design (e.g. OOPS, work on interfaces, (re)design of the logical switches, reorganization e.g. full pos); Code maintenance (e.g. phasing, local porting).
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Types of work
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Special activities

 Statistics on phasing and maintenance efforts

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Phasing participation per year
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Phasing effort versus total effort
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Yearly number of phasers
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Maintenance and phasing effort

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