James A. Farley
jim at cast.uark.edu
Wed Oct 13 14:24:21 EDT 1993
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> From: svdhara at npac.syr.edu (Sastry V. Dhara)
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> Subject: Parallel GRASS
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> We are trying to rewirite parts of GRASS code to be run
> on Parallel Machines.
> We are trying to identify those functions that are
> compuatationally intensive.
> The functions we identified so far are:
> r.mapcalc and r.buffer
> Can you suggest any other functions that take a lot of
> CPU time ?
> Also, I request those who are already doing this kind of
> work to share their experiences here.
> Or, you can send me mail directly.
> Sastry Dhara
> Northeast Parallel Architectures Center
> Syracuse University
> Syracuse, NY 13244
You might add r.los and the surface generation modules to the list.
James A. Farley Technical Director, CAST/NCRI-SW
12 Ozark Hall, Univ. of Arkansas
jim at cast.uark.edu Fayetteville, AR 72701
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