This tutorial introduces state-of-the-art numerical tools currently used worldwide in science and engineering. Such mathematical tools for addressing more complex physical and societal phenomena, along with the growth of computing resources, is driving the continuous growth of the computational sciences community. This community includes scientists, designers and developers of high-end technology who require computerized modeling solutions.
We will focus on the use, implementations and applications of these libraries. Some of these libraries are part of the Department of Energy's Advanced Computational Testing and Simulation (ACTS) Toolkit while others are part of the HSL from Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.
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