GenASiS Basics: Object-oriented utilitarian functionality for large-scale physics simulations (Version 3)
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GenASiS Basics provides Fortran 2003 classes furnishing extensible object-oriented utilitarian functionality for large-scale physics simulations on distributed memory supercomputers. This functionality includes physical units and constants; display to the screen or standard output device; message passing; I/O to disk; and runtime parameter management and usage statistics. This revision—Version 3 of Basics—includes a significant name change, some minor additions to functionality, and a major addition to functionality: infrastructure facilitating the offloading of computational kernels to devices such as GPUs.
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Budiardja, Reuben D.; Cardall, Christian Y. (2019), “GenASiS Basics: Object-oriented utilitarian functionality for large-scale physics simulations (Version 3)”, Mendeley Data, v2 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/6w9ygpygmc.2