DASHMM 1.2.0 has been released. This marks a minor upgrade from version 1.1.0. Please visit Get DASHMM to download this version and the latest documentation.
DASHMM is an easy-to-use, general library providing parallelized multipole methods. The library comes with built-in kernels (Laplace, Yukawa and Helmholtz) and methods (Barnes-Hut, Fast Multipole Method, Fast Multipole Method with merge-and-shift, and Direct summation), but can be extended to perform user-defined methods and compute for user-defined kernels. The distributed operation of the library has been tested on thousands of cores, giving correct and scalable results.
The following changes have occurred between version 1.1.0 and this version:
- A new built in kernel: low frequency Helmholtz
- Various minor improvements