Commit 50607f0f authored by Pedro Gonnet's avatar Pedro Gonnet
Browse files

tweak wording a bit.

parent dd0f4578
...@@ -364,16 +364,16 @@ The tree-based neighbour-finding described above was replaced with a more ...@@ -364,16 +364,16 @@ The tree-based neighbour-finding described above was replaced with a more
task-friendly approach as described in \cite{ref:Gonnet2015}, in which task-friendly approach as described in \cite{ref:Gonnet2015}, in which
the domain is first decomposed into a grid of {\em cells} of edge length the domain is first decomposed into a grid of {\em cells} of edge length
larger or equal to the largest particle radius. larger or equal to the largest particle radius.
An initial set of interaction tasks is then defined over all neighbouring An initial set of interaction tasks is then defined over all cells and
pairs of cells such that if two particles are close enough to interact, pairs of neighbouring cells, such that if two particles are close enough to interact,
they are either in the same cell or they span a pair of neighbouring cells. they are either in the same cell or they span a pair of neighbouring cells.
These initial interaction tasks are then refined by recursively These initial interaction tasks are then refined by recursively
splitting cells that contain more than a certain number of particles splitting cells that contain more than a certain number of particles
and replacing tasks that span a pair of split cells with tasks and replacing tasks that span a pair of split cells with tasks
spanning the neighboring sub-cells. spanning the neighboring sub-cells.
The resulting refined set of tasks contains all the cells and pairs of cells
over which particle interactions must be computed.
Particle interactions are computed within, and between pairs, of
hierarchical cells containing one or more particles.
The dependencies between the tasks are set following The dependencies between the tasks are set following
equations \eqn{rho}, \eqn{dvdt}, and \eqn{dudt}, i.e.~such that for any cell, equations \eqn{rho}, \eqn{dvdt}, and \eqn{dudt}, i.e.~such that for any cell,
all the tasks computing the particle densities therein must have all the tasks computing the particle densities therein must have
......
Supports Markdown
0% or .
You are about to add 0 people to the discussion. Proceed with caution.
Finish editing this message first!
Please register or to comment