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Finite-difference methods are widely used in solving partial differential equations. In a large problem set, approximations can take days or weeks to evaluate, yet the bulk of computation may occur within a single loop nest. The modelling process for researchers is not straightforward either, requiring models with differential equations to be translated into stencil kernels, then optimised separately. One tool that seeks to speed up and eliminate mistakes from this tedious procedure is Devito,arXiv:1806.08299v1 fatcat:b2l72wovkrcqngr7pf27vixram