Volume 18, Issue 2
Computational Software: Simple FMM Libraries for Electrostatics, Slow Viscous Flow, and Frequency-Domain Wave Propagation

Zydrunas Gimbutas & Leslie Greengard

Commun. Comput. Phys., 18 (2015), pp. 516-528.

Published online: 2018-04

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We have developed easy to use fast multipole method (FMM) libraries for the Laplace, low-frequency Helmholtz, and Stokes equations in two and three dimensions. The codes are based on a new method for applying translation operators and provide reasonable performance on either single core processors, or small multi-core systems using OpenMP.

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We have developed easy to use fast multipole method (FMM) libraries for the Laplace, low-frequency Helmholtz, and Stokes equations in two and three dimensions. The codes are based on a new method for applying translation operators and provide reasonable performance on either single core processors, or small multi-core systems using OpenMP.

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We have developed easy to use fast multipole method (FMM) libraries for the Laplace, low-frequency Helmholtz, and Stokes equations in two and three dimensions. The codes are based on a new method for applying translation operators and provide reasonable performance on either single core processors, or small multi-core systems using OpenMP.

Zydrunas Gimbutas & Leslie Greengard. (2020). Computational Software: Simple FMM Libraries for Electrostatics, Slow Viscous Flow, and Frequency-Domain Wave Propagation. Communications in Computational Physics. 18 (2). 516-528. doi:10.4208/cicp.150215.260615sw
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