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COMPUTATIONAL SOFTWARE DASHMM: Dynamic Adaptive System for Hierarchical Multipole Methods

J. DeBuhr, B. Zhang, A. Tsueda, V. Tilstra-Smith & T. Sterling

Commun. Comput. Phys., 20 (2016), pp. 1106-1126.

Published online: 2018-04

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We present DASHMM, a general library implementing multipole methods (including both Barnes-Hut and the Fast Multipole Method). DASHMM relies on dynamic adaptive runtime techniques provided by the HPX-5 system to parallelize the resulting multipole moment computation. The result is a library that is easy-to-use, extensible, scalable, efficient, and portable. We present both the abstractions defined by DASHMM as well as the specific features of HPX-5 that allow the library to execute scalably and efficiently.

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We present DASHMM, a general library implementing multipole methods (including both Barnes-Hut and the Fast Multipole Method). DASHMM relies on dynamic adaptive runtime techniques provided by the HPX-5 system to parallelize the resulting multipole moment computation. The result is a library that is easy-to-use, extensible, scalable, efficient, and portable. We present both the abstractions defined by DASHMM as well as the specific features of HPX-5 that allow the library to execute scalably and efficiently.

J. DeBuhr, B. Zhang, A. Tsueda, V. Tilstra-Smith & T. Sterling. (2020). COMPUTATIONAL SOFTWARE DASHMM: Dynamic Adaptive System for Hierarchical Multipole Methods. Communications in Computational Physics. 20 (4). 1106-1126. doi:10.4208/cicp.030316.310716sw
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