Parallel Three-Dimensional Fast Fourier Transforms, dubbed P3DFFT, is a library for computational computing in a wide range of sciences, such as physics, climatology, chemistry.
This project was developed at SDSC by Dmitry Pekurovsky as a product of a Strategic Applications Collaborations (SAC) project.
Here are some key features of "Parallel Three-Dimensional Fast Fourier Transforms":
· Parallel implementation with 2D data decomposition, overcoming an important limitation to scalability of other 3D FFT libraries implementing 1D, or slab, decomposition.
· Optimized for parallel communication and single-CPU performance.
· Built on top of well-optimized and flexible 1D FFT libraries.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· This version adds assorted bugfixes and enhancements.