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libCEED: Code for Efficient Extensible Discretization

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libCEED is a lightweight library for expressing and manipulating operators that arise in high-order element-based discretization of partial differential equations. libCEED’s representations are much for efficient than assembled sparse matrices, and can achieve very high performance on modern CPU and GPU hardware. This approach is applicable to a broad range of linear and nonlinear problems, and includes facilities for preconditioning. libCEED is meant to be easy to incorporate into existing libraries and applications, and to build new tools on top of.

libCEED has been developed as part of the DOE Exascale Computing Project co-design Center for Efficient Exascale Discretizations (CEED).

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