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Modern scientific simulations divide work between parallel processors by decomposing a spatial domain of mesh cells, particles, or other elements. A balanced assignment of the computational load is critical for parallel performance. If the computation per element changes over the simulation time, simulations can use dynamic load balance algorithms to evenly redistribute work to processes. Graph partitioners are widely used and balance very effectively, but they do not strong scale well. Typicaldoi:10.1145/2688500.2688539 dblp:conf/ppopp/PearceGSSA15 fatcat:4qvqndcxjzbc5mf24svxcbkkwi