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Paper published in Optimization Methods and Software

5 March 2019

Zero-halo partitioning for massively parallel computation.
Zero-halo partitioning for massively parallel computation.
The paper by P. Mohanamuraly (QMUL), L. Hascoet (INRIA, France) and J.-D. Mueller (QMUL) on
Seeding and adjoining zero-halo partitioned parallel scientific codes has been accepted for publication.

The paper resolves the important issue of how to initialise the computation of a gradient with modern Automatic Differentiation software tools when applied to state-of-the-art parallel implementations.
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Contact:Jens-Dominik Mueller

Updated by: Jens-Dominik Mueller