This page will help you download AcCoRD, install it, and run the sample simulations. AcCoRD has a very simple installation procedure. A complete installation has the following:
- An AcCoRD executable file that is compiled for your flavor of operating system
- Directory of MATLAB utilities (optional but recommended for post-processing)
- One (or more) configuration files to define simulation parameters
The releases hosted on this page are provided as prepackaged archives using the recommended file structure in a single zip-file. Each one includes an "optimal" and a "debug" executable, a collection of sample simulations, and a script to run all of the sample simulations. When running AcCoRD, you should use the "optimal" executable. The "debug" executable is useful if you need to run AcCoRD with debugging software (such as gdb or valgrind).
Detailed installation instructions can be found in the AcCoRD User Manual, which is included in every download as of version 1.3 and also applies to older releases.
The latest stable release of AcCoRD is v1.4 (2018-08-06). Pre-compiled versions:
- AcCoRD v1.4 Windows (32-bit; will run on a 32-bit or 64-bit PC). Pre-compiled using GCC 6.3.0 with minGW.
- AcCoRD v1.4 Debian/Ubuntu Linux (64-bit). Pre-compiled using GCC 7.3.0.
- AcCoRD v1.4 RHEL/CentOS Linux (64-bit). Pre-compiled using GCC 4.8.5.
Selected Previous Releases
Release v1.2 (2018-05-30):
- AcCoRD v1.2 Windows (32-bit; will run on a 32-bit or 64-bit PC). Pre-compiled using GCC 6.3.0 with minGW.
- AcCoRD v1.2 Debian/Ubuntu Linux (64-bit). Pre-compiled using GCC 7.3.0.
- AcCoRD v1.2 RHEL/CentOS Linux (64-bit). Pre-compiled using GCC 4.8.5.
- AcCoRD v1.2 Source Code (Multi-OS)
Release v1.1 (2016-12-24):
- AcCoRD v1.1 Windows
- AcCoRD v1.1 Debian/Ubuntu Linux
- AcCoRD v1.1 RHEL/CentOS Linux
- AcCoRD v1.1 Source Code (Multi-OS)
Release v1.0R2 (2016-10-31):
- AcCoRD v1.0R2 Windows
- AcCoRD v1.0R2 Debian/Ubuntu Linux
- AcCoRD v1.0R2 RHEL/CentOS Linux
- AcCoRD v1.0R2 Source Code (Multi-OS)
You can also find the latest and older releases on the Github AcCoRD Releases page. However, the releases on the Github page keep the executables separate from the source code, so you will need to put the executables in the "bin" folder yourself.