This is a little workshop. We want to share what we didn't
find on the Internet....
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We give a elaborate programs which calculate first in
serial, then in parallel these partial derivative of a 3D function : f(x,y,z)=sin(x)*sin(y)*sin(z).
||3D complex function with a matrix storage|
||3D complex function with a vector storage|
||3D real function with a matrix storage|
||3D real function with a vector storage|
: 3D complex function with matrix storage
LSF software is just installed on Idra machine. This system
allows priorities to be set and attempts to evenly distribute the available
CPU among users independently of job submission patterns.
|bsub name of program||
||to run a serial code|
|bsub -q test -n number of processors name of program||
||to run a test parallel code|
|bsub -q parallel -n number of processors name of program||
||to run a parallel program|
||to see the jobs and the numbers of the jobs|
|bkill number of job||
||to kill a job ron with LSF|
||to see the queues|
||to see the waiting list on Idra|
|rcontrol kill resource= number of resource||
||to kill directly a job on the machine
you can see the number of resource when you use xrinfo
We used two different routines to plot vorticity in 2D & 3D. We stored data in files.txt with four columns (x, y, z, vorticity); we need to define a new palette in these routines in order to have colors where we want.
: 2D matlab routine using isocaps to plot vorticity
vort3d.m : 3D matlab routine using isosurface and isocaps
We also used IDL in order to observe the vorticity in
3-D because this program is more powerful and faster than MATLAB.
With IDL, we used the routine xvolume which permits to obtain isosurface, to change colors immediately and to animate pictures.
The only problem with IDL is to read data and to write them in a good 3-D array, that's why I give an example of code to read and rewrite data.
idl.pro : 3D idl routine to read data
To run, type .run idl in IDL shell .