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A Self-Adaptive Finite Element Model of the Atmosphere

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Rakowsky, N. , Frickenhaus, S. , Hiller, W. , Läuter, M. , Handorf, D. and Dethloff, K. (2003): A Self-Adaptive Finite Element Model of the Atmosphere , Realizing Teracomputing : proceedings of the Tenth ECMWF Workshop on the Use of High Performance Computing in Meteorology, Reading, UKNovember 2002 / eds.: Walter Zwieflhofer; Norbert Kreitz. Singapore [u.a.] : World Scientific .
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An adaptive finite elemente method is introduced ina simplified, nonlinear, global atmospheric circulation model to investigateinternally generated climate variability in the atmosphere.This article focusses on two aspects of the parallel implementation:fast grid partitioning with a space filling curve approach and couplingMPI-parallel solver libraries to the OpenMP-parallel model.

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