FROSTT: The Formidable Repository of Open Sparse Tensors and Tools. FROSTT is a collection of publicly available sparse tensor datasets and tools. FROSTT has two primary objectives: Foster sparse tensor research. Tensors are found in a variety of data sources and are difficult to collect, pre-process, and analyze. FROSTT addresses these challenges by providing a central location to access datasets and a platform of tools to perform analysis. Promote reproducible research. FROSTT provides a globally consistent set of tensors, enabling the reproduction and verification of published results.

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  1. Phipps, Eric T.; Kolda, Tamara G.: Software for sparse tensor decomposition on emerging computing architectures (2019)