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Efficient 6D Vlasov simulation using the dynamical low-rank framework Ensign

@article{Cassini2021Efficient6V,
  title={Efficient 6D Vlasov simulation using the dynamical low-rank framework Ensign},
  author={Fabio Cassini and Lukas Einkemmer},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2110.13481}
}
Running kinetic simulations using grid-based methods is extremely expensive due to the up to six-dimensional phase space. Recently, it has been shown that dynamical low-rank algorithms can drastically reduce the required computational effort, while still accurately resolving important physical features such as filamentation and Landau damping. In this paper, we introduce the Ensign software framework, which facilitates the efficient implementation of dynamical low-rank algorithms on modern… 

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