The FUEL code project

@inproceedings{Osborn2015TheFC,
  title={The FUEL code project},
  author={James C. Osborn and Argonne Leadership Computing Facility and S. Cass Ave},
  year={2015}
}
We give an introduction to the FUEL project for lattice field theory code. The code being developed (called “qhmc”) was initially targeted for gauge field generation for beyond standard model theories, and is now growing into a more general framework suitable for analysis too. The design is based on using the Lua scripting language as a wrapper for existing lattice field theory libraries, which provides a quick and easy way to develop new calculations. The implementation currently only supports… Expand
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