FFTW alternatives and similar libraries
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5.1 10.0 FFTW VS Kratos MultiphysicsKratos Multiphysics (A.K.A Kratos) is a framework for building parallel multi-disciplinary simulation software. Modularity, extensibility and HPC are the main objectives. Kratos has BSD license and is written in C++ with extensive Python interface.
2.4 7.8 FFTW VS HELICSHierarchical Engine for Large-scale Infrastructure Co-Simulation (HELICS)
2.2 6.7 FFTW VS UnitsA run-time C++ library for working with units of measurement and conversions between them and with string representations of units and measurements
1.4 1.7 FFTW VS DimwitsA compact C++ header-only library providing compile-time dimensional analysis and unit awareness
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This is the git repository for the FFTW library for computing Fourier transforms (version 3.x), maintained by the FFTW authors.
Unlike most other programs, most of the FFTW source code (in C) is
generated automatically. This repository contains the generator and
it does not contain the generated code. YOU WILL BE UNABLE TO
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Most users should ignore this repository, and should instead download official tarballs from http://fftw.org/, which contain the generated code, do not require any special tools or knowledge, and can be compiled on any system with a C compiler.
Advanced users and FFTW maintainers may obtain code from github and run the generation process themselves. See [README](README) for details.