Dominique Aubert, Nicolas Deparis, Pierre Ocvirk
EMMA is a cosmological simulation code aimed at investigating the reionization epoch. It handles simultaneously collisionless and gas dynamics, as well as radiative transfer physics using a moment-based description with the M1 approximation. Field quantities are stored and computed on an adaptive 3D mesh and the spatial resolution can be dynamically modified based on physically-motivated […]
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Claudio Gheller, Peng Wang, Franco Vazza, Romain Teyssier
A number of scientific numerical codes can currently exploit GPUs with remarkable performance. In astrophysics, Enzo and Ramses are prime examples of such applications. The two codes have been ported to GPUs adopting different strategies and programming models, Enzo adopting CUDA and Ramses using OpenACC. We describe here the different solutions used for the GPU […]
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Katrin Heitmann, Nicholas Frontiere, Chris Sewell, Salman Habib, Adrian Pope, Hal Finkel, Silvio Rizzi, Joe Insley, Suman Bhattacharya
Modeling large-scale sky survey observations is a key driver for the continuing development of high resolution, large-volume, cosmological simulations. We report the first results from the ‘Q Continuum’ cosmological N-body simulation run carried out on the GPU-accelerated supercomputer Titan. The simulation encompasses a volume of (1300 Mpc)^3 and evolves more than half a trillion particles, […]
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Salman Habib, Adrian Pope, Hal Finkel, Nicholas Frontiere, Katrin Heitmann, David Daniel, Patricia Fasel, Vitali Morozov, George Zagaris, Tom Peterka, Venkatram Vishwanath, Zarija Lukic, Saba Sehrish, Wei-keng Liao
Current and future surveys of large-scale cosmic structure are associated with a massive and complex datastream to study, characterize, and ultimately understand the physics behind the two major components of the ‘Dark Universe’, dark energy and dark matter. In addition, the surveys also probe primordial perturbations and carry out fundamental measurements, such as determining the […]
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P. M. Sutter, Benjamin D. Wandelt, Franz Elsner
We present a general method for accelerating by more than an order of magnitude the convolution of pixelated functions on the sphere with a radially-symmetric kernel. Our method splits the kernel into a compact real-space component and a compact spherical harmonic space component. These components can then be convolved in parallel using an inexpensive commodity […]
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Michael S. Warren
We report on improvements made over the past two decades to our adaptive treecode N-body method (HOT). A mathematical and computational approach to the cosmological N-body problem is described, with performance and scalability measured up to 256k (2^18) processors. We present error analysis and scientific application results from a series of more than ten 69 […]
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Go Ogiya, Masao Mori, Yohei Miki, Taisuke Boku, Naohito Nakasato
The discrepancy in the mass-density profile of dark matter halos between simulations and observations, the core-cusp problem, is a long-standing open question in the standard paradigm of cold dark matter cosmology. Here, we study the dynamical response of dark matter halos to oscillations of the galactic potential which are induced by a cycle of gas […]
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Benjamin D. Wibking
We demonstrate the acceleration obtained from using GPU/CPU hybrid clusters and supercomputers for N-body simulations of gravity based in part on the author’s new code development. Validation tests are shown for cosmological simulations and for galaxy simulations, along with their respective speedups compared to traditional simulations. Potential new applications for science enabled by this advance […]
Ralf Kaehler, Tom Abel
Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement (SAMR) is a popular numerical technique to study processes with high spatial and temporal dynamic range. It reduces computational requirements by adapting the lattice on which the underlying differential equations are solved to most efficiently represent the solution. Particularly in astrophysics and cosmology such simulations now can capture spatial scales ten […]
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Diego H. Stalder, Reinaldo R. Rosa, Jose da Silve Junior, Esteban Clua, Renata Ruiz, Haroldo F. Campos Velho, Fernando Ramos, Amarisio da Silva Araujo, Vitor Gomes Conrado
Recently alternative approaches in cosmology seeks to explain the nature of dark matter as a direct result of the non-linear spacetime curvature due to different types of deformation potentials. In this context, a key test for this hypothesis is to examine the effects of deformation on the evolution of large scales structures. An important requirement […]
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Santanu T
Cosmological simulations play an important role in understanding the evolution of our universe. Since the experiments on the formation of galaxies cannot be performed in laboratory, simulation is the only way to understand this phenomenon. The cosmological simulations are usually modelled as N-body problems. The Barnes-Hut (BH) tree code algorithm is one of the popular […]
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Mikolaj Szydlarski, Pierre Esterie, Joel Falcou, Laura Grigori, Radek Stompor
Spherical Harmonic Transforms (SHT) are at the heart of many scientific and practical applications ranging from climate modelling to cosmological observations. In many of these areas new, cutting-edge science goals have been recently proposed requiring simulations and analyses of experimental or observational data at very high resolutions and of unprecedented volumes. Both these aspects pose […]
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