MAXIMUM():
FORTRAN90/OpenMP version
OpenMP allows FORTRAN programs to compute a maximum
as a reduction variable. How does this work exactly?
The number of processors available = 16
The number of threads available = 1
X_MAX should be 1.94562
Computed X_MAX2 = 1.94562
Computed X_MAX3 = 1.94562
MAXIMUM():
Normal end of execution.
MAXIMUM():
FORTRAN90/OpenMP version
OpenMP allows FORTRAN programs to compute a maximum
as a reduction variable. How does this work exactly?
The number of processors available = 16
The number of threads available = 2
X_MAX should be 1.94562
Computed X_MAX2 = 1.94562
Computed X_MAX3 = 1.94562
MAXIMUM():
Normal end of execution.
MAXIMUM():
FORTRAN90/OpenMP version
OpenMP allows FORTRAN programs to compute a maximum
as a reduction variable. How does this work exactly?
The number of processors available = 16
The number of threads available = 4
X_MAX should be 1.94562
Computed X_MAX2 = 1.94562
Computed X_MAX3 = 1.94562
MAXIMUM():
Normal end of execution.
MAXIMUM():
FORTRAN90/OpenMP version
OpenMP allows FORTRAN programs to compute a maximum
as a reduction variable. How does this work exactly?
The number of processors available = 16
The number of threads available = 8
X_MAX should be 1.94562
Computed X_MAX2 = 1.94562
Computed X_MAX3 = 1.94562
MAXIMUM():
Normal end of execution.