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Introduction to week 5

Introduction to week 5

There is a rich ecosystem of libraries that implement important algorithms for scientific computing, e.g.,

  • linear algebra,
  • fast Fourier transforms,
  • partial differential equation solvers.

Some data formats such as HDF5 and netCDF have been specifically designed to address issues a researcher encounters when storing and sharing data.

You also get an overview of the options you have to write parallel code, although you won’t get the details here.

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