Carpet is an adaptive mesh refinement and multi-patch driver for the Cactus Framework. Cactus is a software framework for solving time-dependent partial differential equations on block-structured grids, and Carpet acts as driver layer providing adaptive mesh refinement, multi-patch capability, as well as parallelisation and efficient I/O. Carpet was created in 2001 by Erik Schnetter at the TAT (Theoretische Astrophysik Tübingen) and subsequently brought into production use by Erik Schnetter, Scott Hawley, and Ian Hawke at the AEI (Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik, Albert-Einstein-Institut). Carpet is currently maintained at the CCT (Center for Computation & Technology) at LSU. These pages describe Carpet and its current development.

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  1. Bouziane, Hinde Lilia; Pérez, Christian; Priol, Thierry: Extending software component models with the master-worker paradigm (2010)
  2. Major, Seth; Rideout, David; Surya, Sumati: Stable homology as an indicator of manifoldlikeness in causal set theory (2009)
  3. Michel, Laurent; See, Andrew; van Hentenryck, Pascal: Parallel and distributed local search in COMET (2009)
  4. Brunnemann, Johannes; Rideout, David: Properties of the volume operator in loop quantum gravity: II. Detailed presentation (2008)
  5. Che, Shuai; Boyer, Michael; Meng, Jiayuan; Tarjan, David; Sheaffer, Jeremy W.; Skadron, Kevin: A performance study of general-purpose applications on graphics processors using CUDA (2008) ioport
  6. Diener, Peter; Dorband, Ernst Nils; Schnetter, Erik; Tiglio, Manuel: Optimized high-order derivative and dissipation operators satisfying summation by parts, and applications in three-dimensional multi-block evolutions (2007)
  7. Li, Yaohang; Chen, Daniel; Yuan, Xiaohong: Trustworthy remote compiling services for grid-based scientific applications (2007) ioport
  8. Major, Seth; Rideout, David; Surya, Sumati: On recovering continuum topology from a causal set (2007)
  9. Thornburg, Jonathan: Event and apparent horizon finders for (3+1) numerical relativity (2007)
  10. Rideout, D.; Zohren, S.: Evidence for an entropy bound from fundamentally discrete gravity (2006)
  11. Schnetter, Erik; Diener, Peter; Dorband, Ernst Nils; Tiglio, Manuel: A multi-block infrastructure for three-dimensional time-dependent numerical relativity (2006)
  12. Thornburg, Jonathan: A fast apparent horizon finder for three-dimensional Cartesian grids in numerical relativity. (2004)
  13. Goodale, Tom; Allen, Gabrielle; Lanfermann, Gerd; Massó, Joan; Radke, Thomas; Seidel, Edward; Shalf, John: The Cactus framework and toolkit: Design and applications (2003)

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