A C++11 Implementation of Arbitrary-Rank Tensors for High-Performance Computing

In this paper, the authors discusses an efficient implementation of tensors of arbitrary rank by using some of the idioms introduced by the recently published C++ ISO Standard (C++11). With the aims at providing a basic building block for high-performance computing, a single Array class template is carefully crafted, from which vectors, matrices, and even higher-order tensors can be created. An expression template facility is also built around the array class template to provide convenient mathematical syntax. As a result, by using templates, an extra high-level layer is added to the C++ language when dealing with algebraic objects and their operations, without compromising performance.

Provided by: Cornell University Topic: Data Centers Date Added: Apr 2013 Format: PDF

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