Re: References on ICs implementation

From: Rigoberto Angel Casas Miranda <racasasm_at_unal.edu.co>
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2012 06:51:04 -0500

Hi,

For multi component spherical models you can use HALOGEN. It is written in C.

Take a look at the paper http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2008MNRAS.386.1543Z
The source code can be find at http://kiaa.pku.edu.cn/~mzemp/software.html

Rigo

2012/6/27 brunetto <brunetto.ziosi_at_gmail.com>:
>
> Hi all!
> I'm quite new to Gadget and new to the list, so please excuse me if I
> ask silly questions.
> I'm trying to work with Gadget and ICs generators for my PhD project,
> but I can't find any reference on
> how they work in practice.
>
> I've read a lot of papers on the theory, on the refinement of the
> algorithms, but
> nothing about "how to write down a simple ICs generator" for example,
> or how to implement
> that theory.
> Something like ICs generator tutorial o ICs for dummies!
>
> I've also tried to read the sources of N-GenIC, 2LPTic, grafic,
> mpcgrafic and cosmics,
> but I am not able to understand the essentials.
>
> Can you suggest me at least a starting point to understand
> the implementation of the algorithms for IC generation?
>
> Thanks!
>
> --
> Brunetto Ziosi
>
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> homepage: http://www.brunettoziosi.eu
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> University of Padova
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> 35122 Padova
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