Commit ecf3f140 authored by Matthieu Schaller's avatar Matthieu Schaller
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Details about ICs and webpage

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......@@ -170,11 +170,10 @@ The design and implementation of \swift \cite{gonnet2013swift,%
code built from scratch, provided the perfect opportunity to test some newer
approaches, i.e.~task-based parallelism, fully asynchronous communication, and
graph partition-based domain decompositions. The code is open-source and
available at the address \url{www.swiftsim.com} where all the test cases
available at the address \web where all the test cases
presented in this paper can also be found.
This paper describes the results
obtained with these parallelisation techniques.
This paper describes the results obtained with these parallelisation techniques.
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used. In order to fit our simulation setup into the limited memory of some of
the systems tested, we have randomly down-sampled the particle count of the
output to $800^3=5.12\times10^8$, $600^3=2.16\times10^8$ and
$376^3=5.1\times10^7$ particles respectively. We then run the \swift code for
$376^3=5.1\times10^7$ particles respectively. Scripts to generate these initial
conditions are provided with the source code. We then run the \swift code for
100 time-steps and average the wall clock time of these time-steps after having
removed the first and last ones, where i/o occurs.
......@@ -530,6 +530,8 @@ removed the first and last ones, where i/o occurs.
almost $1000$ across the simulation volume. \label{fig:ICs}}
\end{figure}
On all the machines, the code was compiled without switching on explicit
vectorization nor any architecture-specific flags.
\subsection{x86 architecture: Cosma-5}
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