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Optimized Schwarz domain decomposition methods for time-harmonic wave problems
Models developed by X. Antoine, Y. Boubendir, M. El Bouajaji, D. Colignon,
C. Geuzaine, N. Marsic, B. Thierry, S. Tournier and A. Vion. This work was
funded in part by the Belgian Science Policy (IAP P6/21 and P7/02), the Belgian
French Community (ARC 09/14-02), the Walloon Region (WIST3 No 1017086 ONELAB and
ALIZEES), the Agence Nationale pour la Recherche (ANR-09-BLAN-0057-01 MicroWave)
and the EADS Foundation (grant 089-1009-1006 High-BRID).
Quick start with GetDDM
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Follow the following steps to run GetDDM interactively, in serial mode:
1. Download and uncompress the pre-compiled GetDDM code bundle:
* Windows: http://onelab.info/files/gmsh-getdp-Windows64.zip
* MacOS: http://onelab.info/files/gmsh-getdp-MacOSX.zip
* Linux: http://onelab.info/files/gmsh-getdp-Linux64.zip
2. Launch Gmsh (e.g. double-click on the gmsh.exe executable on Windows).
3. Open the `main.pro' file with the File>Open menu.
4. Click on Run.
Models developed by B. Thierry, A.Vion, S. Tournier, M. El Bouajaji,
D. Colignon, N. Marsic, X. Antoine, C. Geuzaine. GetDDM: an Open Framework for
Testing Optimized Schwarz Methods for Time-Harmonic Wave Problems. Computer
Physics Communications 203, 309-330, 2016.
This work was funded in part by the Belgian Science Policy (IAP P6/21 and
P7/02), the Belgian French Community (ARC 09/14-02), the Walloon Region (WIST3
No 1017086 ONELAB and ALIZEES), the Agence Nationale pour la Recherche
(ANR-09-BLAN-0057-01 MicroWave) and the EADS Foundation (grant 089-1009-1006
High-BRID).
Quick start
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Open `main.pro' with Gmsh.
Additional information
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Different test-cases can be chosen by selecting the appropriate `Problem' in the
menu to the left of the graphics window. Top-level parameters (type of
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This interactive use of GetDDM is useful for testing, demonstration and
visualization purposes. For actual, parallel computations, you will need to
recompile the GetDDM source code for your particular computer architecture and
MPI implementation. Detailed installation instructions are available on the
GetDP and Gmsh websites.
MPI implementation. Detailed installation instructions are available here:
https://gitlab.onelab.info/getdp/getdp/wikis/GetDP-compilation
Once compiled, GetDDM is then called from the command line, using (depending on
your MPI setup), commands similar to the following (here for the waveguide3d
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mpirun -np 100 gmsh -setnumber N_DOM 100 waveguide3d.geo -
mpirun -np 100 getdp -setnumber N_DOM 100 waveguide3d.pro -solve DDM
Additional information
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See https://gitlab.onelab.info/doc/models/wikis/Domain-decomposition-methods-for-waves.
Description of the files in the archive
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The archive contains the following model files:
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