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CosmoLattice

@inproceedings{Figueroa2021CosmoLattice,
  title={CosmoLattice},
  author={Daniel G. Figueroa and Adrien Florio and Francisco Torrent{\'i} and Wessel Valkenburg},
  year={2021}
}
This is the user manual for CosmoLattice, a modern package for lattice simulations of the dynamics of interacting scalar and gauge fields in an expanding universe. CosmoLattice incorporates a series of features that makes it very versatile and powerful: $i)$ it is written in C++ fully exploiting the object oriented programming paradigm, with a modular structure and a clear separation between the physics and the technical details, $ii)$ it is MPI-based and uses a discrete Fourier transform… 

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