This is the seventh in a series of posts looking at our current ArrayFire examples. The code can be compiled and run from arrayfire/examples/ when you download and install the ArrayFire library. Today we will discuss the examples found in the pde/ directory. In these examples, my machine has the following configuration:

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ArrayFire v1.9.1 (build XXXXXXX) by AccelerEyes (64-bit Linux) License: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX CUDA toolkit 5.0, driver 319.17 GPU0 Tesla K20c, 5120 MB, Compute 3.5 (current) GPU1 Tesla C2075, 6144 MB, Compute 2.0 GPU2 Tesla C1060, 4096 MB, Compute 1.3 Display Device: GPU0 Tesla K20c Memory Usage: 5044 MB free (5120 MB total) |

The followings are the examples of formulating Partial Differential Equations, generally used to create a relevant computer model with several variables. In these examples, I don't introduce any new functions but focus on the performance of ArrayFire . You can experience the power of ArrayFire in these examples by looking at how it quickly handles the complex formulas and beautifully draws the result in real-time. 1. Shallow Water Equations - swe.cpp Figure 1 This is ...