DDC is the discrete domain computation library, a C++-17 library that aims to offer to the C++/MPI world an equivalent to the
dask.Array python environment. Where these two libraries are based on numpy, DDC relies on Kokkos and mdspan to offer CPU/GPU performance-portable multi-dimensional arrays and iterators.
DDC aims to offer abstractions to represent:
All these abstractions are handled at compilation using C++ template meta-programming to ensure zero overhead at execution and enable developers to change their design choices (eg. from a regular mesh to a non-uniform one) with performance portability.