Commit 42244359 authored by Rene Redler's avatar Rene Redler

more updates to version_info.dox

parent 86b60dd4
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- interpolation plan type point for special case of 1 nearest neighbour
- \ref yac_comm_bsend now integrated into communicator_mpi to allow for waiting of bsends to be completed (results in performance improvements)
- parallel reading of grid files especially required for high resolution grids like R02B11 (\ref read_icon_grid_information_parallel)
- experimental new interpolation methods smoothed patch recovery and source to target mapping
- experimental new interpolation methods smoothed patch recovery
- new communication routines \ref yac_comm_isend, \ref yac_comm_irecv, \ref yac_comm_testsome, \ref yac_comm_waitall, \ref yac_comm_free_request, \ref yac_comm_scatter_callback and \ref yac_comm_reduce_callback
- \ref yac_comm_check can now be used to pass on control to communication from time to time when processes a kept busy with huge but low-priority tasks, used in conserv, nnn, and patch.
- DEBUG_TAGS prints tags and their associated strings
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- useless use statements in Fortran interface removed
- new interpolation method spmap (source point mapping); maps all non-masked source points to the nearest target point
- rework of n nearest neighbour interpolation method; much fast and less complex communication scheme
- with example toy_icon_runoff_atm/ocn to investigate spmap for icon grids
- rework of n nearest neighbour interpolation method; much faster and less complex communication scheme
- significant performance improvement in sphere part
- removing of unused functions and variables
- autotools update
- update of GUI manual
- update to latest version of mtime
- cleaner handling of timestep and timelag in the GUI
- makes write_restart and debug_mode optional in xml
- components now can share one, some or all processes
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