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By Anna Anthropy, Naomi Clark

Video games have frequently taken a principal position in pop culture; in reality, firms are even trying to 'gamify' conventional enterprise techniques. even if, our language for figuring out, discussing, and designing video games has remained primitive - and this has made it more challenging to create nice video games or intelligently overview them. this article fills this hole, supplying a whole shared framework for figuring out and comparing online game layout - as creators, as avid gamers, as scholars, as online game decision-makers.

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The porting was done in three stages: first the original sequential code was made efficient on one processor, then the code was parallelized using "tiling" directives, and lastly the parallel code was optimized. We describe this process in some detail and report the resulting performances. 1. Introduction The "Quasi-Nonhydrostatic" (QNH) model is a non-hydrostatic, compressible meteorological model whose dynamics is based on the "approximate system" of Browning and Kreiss [1] plus the incorporation of topography as described in Browning and MacDonald [2].

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