# chammp
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# This directory contains items relating to the numerical solution
# of the shallow water equations in spherical geometry.
# The shallow water equations are used as a kernel for both
# oceanic and atomospheric general circulation models and
# are of interest in evaluating numerical methods for weather
# forecasting and climate modeling. The DOE Computer Hardware,
# Advanced Mathematics and Model Physics (CHAMMP) program
# is interested in the development of new mathematical methods
# for these problems. To promote this developmet, a set of
# test cases has been proposed and example software and reference
# solutions are provided.
file chammp/shallow.tex
# LaTeX document containing benchmarks and results pertaining to
# shallow water equation solution methods.
# Last updated: 10/1/93
file chammp/shallow.bib
# LaTeX bibliography file of articles and reports dealing with
# the test cases.
# Last updated: 10/1/93
file chammp/stswm.tar.Z
# NCAR spectral transform shallow water model and documentation.
# This code computes reference solutions for all test cases in
# Williamson et. al., JCP Vol 102, p. 211-224 (1992).
# Authors J.J. Hack and R. Jakob
# [Reference solutions generated by this code are available by
# anonymous ftp from ftp.ucar.edu (IP address 128.117.64.4)
# in directory chammp/shallow.]
# Last updated: 10/1/93
file chammp/pstswm.tar.Z
# Parallel version of stswm for message passing parallel computers.
# Contains a variety of parallel algorithms implementing the
# spectral transform method. Code useful for comparison of
# parallel algorithms: transpose vs. transform, overlapped vs.
# nonoverlapped communication, etc. Uses PICL for portability.
# Authors: P.H. Worley and I.T. Foster
# Last updated: 10/1/93