[parsec-users] typo in the README of bodytrack?

Christian Bienia cbienia at CS.Princeton.EDU
Fri Jul 18 11:07:37 EDT 2008


Hi JiaQi,

We added another argument that auto selects the threading model to use. You
can get the meaning of all arguments by running the binary without any
arguments.

- Chris



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Subject: [parsec-users] typo in the README of bodytrack?

Hi,

The example usage of bodytrack in its readme file seems problematic:


 TrackingBenchmark c:\tracking\sequenceB 4 260 4000 5 1 8

          This will run 260 frames at the given path with 4000 particles and
          5 annealing layers using OpenMP with 8 threads.




However, according to the source file, the last but one argument "1"
means running in single thread mode. And "2" means using OpenMP.

-- 
Best regards
JiaQi Zhang
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