Changeset 821 for XIOS/trunk/doc/inputs


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Timestamp:
02/10/16 14:35:03 (6 years ago)
Author:
mhnguyen
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Making some improvements of transformation algorithm

+) Correct the way to enlisting transformations in an element (domain, axis)
+) Optimize generic transformation to make sure temporary grid to be created on demand
+) Update some mpi tag to prevent conflict
+) Correct some minor stuffs
+) Update documents

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  • XIOS/trunk/doc/inputs/user/Domain.lyx

    r797 r821  
    317317interpolation_domain: Implement interpolation from a domain to one another, 
    318318 for now XIOS can only do interpolation by reading calculated weight values 
    319  from a file. 
    320  The calculation on the fly will be implemented soon. 
     319 from a file or calculate the weights on the fly. 
    321320\end_layout 
    322321 
     
    496495 per client process. 
    497496 In the next sections, local describes everything related to a client process, 
    498  whereas global means whole data. 
     497 whereas global means global data. 
    499498 The followings describe the essential parts of domain. 
    500499 Details of its attributes and operations can be found in XIOS reference 
     
    533532curvilinear: a 2-dimensional coordinates allows the generality of two axes 
    534533 not perpendicular to each other. 
    535  Latitude and longitude have the size equivalent to size of whole domain. 
     534 Latitude and longitude have the size equivalent to size of local domain. 
    536535  
    537536\end_layout 
     
    692691\begin_layout Plain Layout 
    693692 
    694 CALL xios_set_domain_attr("domain_A",i_index=iIndex, j_index=jIndex) 
     693CALL xios_set_domain_attr("domain_A",ni_glo=9, nj_glo=9, i_index=iIndex, 
     694 j_index=jIndex) 
    695695\end_layout 
    696696 
     
    10301030 
    10311031\begin_layout Standard 
    1032 For curlinear mesh, bounds_lon_2d and bounds_lat_2d provide a convenient 
     1032For curvilinear mesh, bounds_lon_2d and bounds_lat_2d provide a convenient 
    10331033 way to define longitude and latitude value for the vertex of the cell. 
    10341034 However, it is possible to use bounds_lon_1d and bounds_lat_1d to describe 
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