A number of numerical relativity groups around the world have been
recognizing the need for a standardized way of comparing the existing
codes, and formulations in the field. Therefore, we have put these web
pages together as a resource for numerical relativists from different
groups, who have started a program to compare the results obtained
via different codes used today.
The intent of these pages is to facilitate the exchange of
information and results. This site also forms a central repository
of useful notes, links, and tips, for working relativists. We welcome
everyone in the community to make use of these pages, and hopefully
even to contribute their own results and ideas.
Our goal, stated succintly, is to encourage comparing
"apples with apples" .