Hi, welcome to our community. I good start would be to compile LibGeoComp and look at the examples. Also asking questions in our irc channel will help you to get a good understanding.
Please be aware that the deadline for submitting the proposal is coming soon. Best, Patrick On 03/12/2018 10:11 AM, Evgeny wrote: > Hello, > I found intresting contributing in HPX in this GSoC > I'm well-versed in C++ and have some parallel programming expirience > (MPI, OpenMP) > > One of projects atreccted my attention most is legacy project Newtonian > Physics Sandbox, I'm in the second year of the IT department in > Novosibirsk State University, before that I studied at the physics and > mathematics school and attended a course "physical processes modelling" > in C ++, where during the training was modelling many processes, such > aslissajous curves, motion in a central force field, celestial bodies > interaction, tunnel diode etc. Not all of these related to Newtonian > physics, I mentioned them for a change. > > But I'm very interested exactly in Newtonian physics from school, so > it'd be very exciting for me to participate in such project. > > Also I haven't found any of beginnings of project, so as I understand, > it does not exist yet, am I right? > I gradually began to get acquainted with LibGeoDecomp tool, and think I > got the idea of it. If there are some other materials or advices for > acquaintance, I will be grateful. > > Sincerely, > Dedov Eugene(IRC: verganz) > > > _______________________________________________ > hpx-users mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > https://mail.cct.lsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/hpx-users > -- Patrick Diehl diehlpk.github.io
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