A lightweight experiment manager based on Linux's screen utility.
aslem is an experiment manager that was primarily made for use within the Autonomous Systems Laboratory at Stanford University, but can be used by anyone else who desires the ability to parallelize software experiments on a machine via the Linux screen utility (without the hassle of managing screen sessions themselves).
It is developed and maintained by Boris Ivanovic.
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