Method String: | OCTPART |
Parameters: | |
OCT_DIM | Specifies whether the 2D or 3D Octree algorithms should be used. The
3D algorithms can be used for 2D problems, but much memory will be wasted
to allow for a non-existent third dimension. Similarly, a 2D algorithm
can be used for 3D surface meshes provided that the surface can be projected
to the xy-plane without overlapping points.
2 = use 2D algorithm; 3 = use 3D algorithm. |
OCT_METHOD | The SFC to be used.
0 = Morton Indexing; 1 = Grey Code; 2 = Hilbert. |
OCT_MINOBJECTS | The minimum number of objects to allow in a leaf octant of the octree. These objects will be assigned as a group to a processor, so this parameter helps define the granularity of the load-balancing problem. Values greater than or equal to one are allowable. |
OCT_MAXOBJECTS | The maximum number of objects to allow in a leaf octant of the octree. These objects will be assigned as a group to a processor, so this parameter helps define the granularity of the load-balancing problem. Values greater than or equal to one are allowable. |
OCT_OUTPUT_LEVEL | Amount of output the load-balancing algorithm should produce.
0 = no statistics; 1 = statistics summary; 2 = debugging information; 3 = data for generating plots. |
Default: | |
OCT_DIM = 3 | |
OCT_METHOD = 2 | |
OCT_MINOBJECTS = 10 | |
OCT_MAXOBJECTS = 40 | |
OCT_OUTPUT_LEVEL = 0 | |
Required Query Functions: | |
ZOLTAN_NUM_OBJ_FN | |
ZOLTAN_OBJ_LIST_FN | |
ZOLTAN_NUM_GEOM_FN | |
ZOLTAN_GEOM_MULTI_FN or ZOLTAN_GEOM_FN |