What is Abubu.js?
The project quickly turned into a library of functions that he would use on a daily basis. He initially called his library Compute.js, and as other lab members started to use the library, Prof. Flavio H. Fenton refused to accept Compute.js as the library name claiming he should use his nickname in the in the name of the library. Prof. Fenton put the name Abubu.js to vote in the CHAOS Lab and it was accepted unanimously by members.
Abubu.js quickly proved to be useful in many other scientific applications and it was decided that it should be released as an Open Source package to the scientific community. It was initially released for scientific use with the publication of this journal article.
The latest version of the library can now be downloaded from http://abubujs.org/libs/Abubu.latest.js.
We hope that you can adopto Abubu.js in your research to accelerate the pace of your scientific computations.
Credits & Acknowledgements
This code is developed by
- Abouzar Kaboudian and tested on example models by
- Flavio H. Fenton
- Elizabeth M. Cherry
Abubu.js is licensed under MIT License. See the
LICENSE file for details.
If you are using this library in a publication, we ask you to cite our original publication as:
Kaboudian, Abouzar, Elizabeth M. Cherry, and Flavio H. Fento. "Real-time interactive simulations of large-scale systems on personal computers and cell phones: Toward patient-specific heart modeling and other applications." Science advances 5, no. 3 (2019), https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aav6019.