Volume 23, Issue 1
Revision of DASHMM: Dynamic Adaptive System for Hierarchical Multipole Methods

J. DeBuhr, B. Zhang & T. Sterling

Commun. Comput. Phys., 23 (2018), pp. 296-314.

Published online: 2018-01

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  • Abstract

We present version 1.2.0 of DASHMM, a general library implementing hierarchical multipole methods using the asynchronous multi-tasking HPX-5 runtime system. Compared with the previous release [10], this new version: (1) enables execution in both shared and distributed memory architectures; (2) extends DASHMM’s infrastructure to support advanced multipole methods [18]; and (3) provides built-in implementations of both the Yukawa [15] potential and Helmholtz [16] potential in the low frequency regime. These additions have not impacted the user interface, which remains simple and extensible.

  • Keywords

Generic multipole methods, Laplace potential, Yukawa potential, Helmholtz potential, distributed computing.

  • AMS Subject Headings

15A06, 31C20, 68N19

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We present version 1.2.0 of DASHMM, a general library implementing hierarchical multipole methods using the asynchronous multi-tasking HPX-5 runtime system. Compared with the previous release [10], this new version: (1) enables execution in both shared and distributed memory architectures; (2) extends DASHMM’s infrastructure to support advanced multipole methods [18]; and (3) provides built-in implementations of both the Yukawa [15] potential and Helmholtz [16] potential in the low frequency regime. These additions have not impacted the user interface, which remains simple and extensible.

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