Accession Number : ADA294433
Title : Parallel Ocean Modeling Using Glenda.
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.,
Corporate Author : UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI STENNIS SPACE CENTER CENTER FOR OCEAN AND ATMOSPHERIC MODELING
Personal Author(s) : Bickham, Jerry L., II
PDF Url : ADA294433
Report Date : MAY 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 38
Abstract : In this document we describe how, with the use of Glenda, we were able to parallelize the ocean modeling program SWEM. After a description of Glenda and an introduction to the ocean model, we discuss how we parallelized the model. We first had to determine the array dependencies in the program in order to better understand the way we were going to handle data propagation. Once we had a grasp of how the data was to be propagated, there was a need to develop overlap definitions to help improve the readability of the code. But, we still encountered problems that had to be solved. Therefore, we had to use a wide assortment of debugging techniques to overcome these problems. With our problems finally solved and the program now complete, we tested our new version of SWEM and gathered results.
Descriptors : *SHALLOW WATER, *COMPUTER PROGRAM VERIFICATION, *OCEAN MODELS, *DEBUGGING(COMPUTERS), COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION, PROPAGATION, THESES, PROBLEM SOLVING, FINITE DIFFERENCE THEORY, OVERLAP, PARALLEL ORIENTATION.
Subject Categories : Computer Programming and Software
Physical and Dynamic Oceanography
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE