Distributed Data Library (DDL)

The Distributed Data Library (DDL) is a library of routines for solving oil reservoir simulations on distributed memory MIMD machines. The library was developed by our group at the University of Liverpool as part of the PARSIM project (European Eureka project E!638) which ran from 1992 to 1996.

This project built on experience we had gained in the development of dense linear algebra libraries for distributed data in the Supernode and PUMA projects.

Sparse DDL version 2.1: User Guide
DDL user guide.
Tim Oliver. August 1995.
Sparse DDL version 2.1: Technical Guide
DDL technical guide.
Tim Oliver. August 1995.

The DDL sources are available for download.

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Last updated May 26, 2004
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