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. Offermans, N.; Peplinski, A.; Marin, O.; Schlatter, P.: Adaptive mesh refinement for steady flows in Nek5000 (2020)
  2. Fernando, Milinda; Neilsen, David; Lim, Hyun; Hirschmann, Eric; Sundar, Hari: Massively parallel simulations of binary black hole intermediate-mass-ratio inspirals (2019)
  3. Glaser, Lisa; O’Connor, Denjoe; Surya, Sumati: Finite size scaling in 2d causal set quantum gravity (2018)
  4. Khirnov, Anton; Ledvinka, Tomáš: Slicing conditions for axisymmetric gravitational collapse of Brill waves (2018)
  5. Schornbaum, Florian; Rüde, Ulrich: Extreme-scale block-structured adaptive mesh refinement (2018)
  6. Ahmed, S. Nomaan; Dowker, Fay; Surya, Sumati: Scalar field Green functions on causal sets (2017)
  7. Benkel, Robert; Sotiriou, Thomas P.; Witek, Helvi: Black hole hair formation in shift-symmetric generalised scalar-tensor gravity (2017)
  8. Miller, Jonah M.; Schnetter, Erik: An operator-based local discontinuous Galerkin method compatible with the BSSN formulation of the Einstein equations (2017)
  9. Berzins, Martin; Beckvermit, Jacqueline; Harman, Todd; Bezdjian, Andrew; Humphrey, Alan; Meng, Qingyu; Schmidt, John; Wight, Charles: Extending the Uintah framework through the petascale modeling of detonation in arrays of high explosive devices (2016)
  10. Glaser, Lisa; Surya, Sumati: The Hartle-Hawking wave function in 2D causal set quantum gravity (2016)
  11. Hatori, Tomoharu; Ito, Atsushi M.; Nunami, Masanori; Usui, Hideyuki; Miura, Hideaki: Level-by-level artificial viscosity and visualization for MHD simulation with adaptive mesh refinement (2016)
  12. Clough, Katy; Figueras, Pau; Finkel, Hal; Kunesch, Markus; Lim, Eugene A.; Tunyasuvunakool, Saran: GRChombo: numerical relativity with adaptive mesh refinement (2015)
  13. Isaac, Tobin; Burstedde, Carsten; Wilcox, Lucas C.; Ghattas, Omar: Recursive algorithms for distributed forests of octrees (2015)
  14. Zilhão, Miguel; Witek, Helvi; Cardoso, Vitor: Nonlinear interactions between black holes and Proca fields (2015)
  15. Mösta, Philipp; Mundim, Bruno C.; Faber, Joshua A.; Haas, Roland; Noble, Scott C.; Bode, Tanja; Löffler, Frank; Ott, Christian D.; Reisswig, Christian; Schnetter, Erik: GRHydro: a new open-source general-relativistic magnetohydrodynamics code for the Einstein toolkit (2014)
  16. Radice, David; Abdikamalov, Ernazar; Rezzolla, Luciano; Ott, Christian D.: A new spherical harmonics scheme for multi-dimensional radiation transport. I: Static matter configurations (2013)
  17. Reisswig, Christian; Bishop, Nigel; Pollney, Denis: General relativistic null-cone evolutions with a high-order scheme (2013)
  18. Löffler, Frank; Faber, Joshua; Bentivegna, Eloisa; Bode, Tanja; Diener, Peter; Haas, Roland; Hinder, Ian; Mundim, Bruno C.; Ott, Christian D.; Schnetter, Erik; Allen, Gabrielle; Campanelli, Manuela; Laguna, Pablo: The Einstein toolkit: a community computational infrastructure for relativistic astrophysics (2012)
  19. Burstedde, Carsten; Wilcox, Lucas C.; Ghattas, Omar: p4est: scalable algorithms for parallel adaptive mesh refinement on forests of octrees (2011)
  20. Thornburg, Jonathan: Adaptive mesh refinement for characteristic grids (2011)

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