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Latfield2: A c++ library for classical lattice field theory

@article{Daverio2015Latfield2AC,
  title={Latfield2: A c++ library for classical lattice field theory},
  author={David Daverio and Mark Hindmarsh and Neil Bevis},
  journal={arXiv: Computational Physics},
  year={2015}
}
latfield2 is a C++ library designed to simplify writing parallel codes for solving partial differen- tial equations, developed for application to classical field theories in particle physics and cosmology. It is a significant rewrite of the latfield framework, moving from a slab domain decomposition to a rod decomposition, where the last two dimension of the lattice are scattered into a two dimensional process grid. Parallelism is implemented using the Message Passing Interface (MPI) standard… 
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