Poor "Gaston",

I motion to block him permanently from the mailing lists.

I guess your very  FASCIST  motion, shows hopefully that people
like you are not at the head of states, and certainly not 
of the US for us in Europe. You are not use to free expression, 
even those you do not like .

I "motion" (a world I do not like to use, unlike you)
 from my side that you should leave people leave in a free world 
where everybody can reply frankly to someone else, even if someone feels attacked
or offended, even if this is due to a difference of language, overreaction
to ROY message which I admit may have been subject to, because
when I send a message to someone , I never expect  to be  talked 
with words like "NO", "spams", STOPS , which where used in ROY message,
WHEN I JUST ASKED A QUESTION,   and was not impolite to anybody 
in particular.
Can you imagine how it will be if even I would use those word to one of my phd students ?
I cannot imagine it.
You "Gaston" probably yes, in your terrific, fascist  world.

Sincerely

Tahar Amari



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T. Amari

Centre de Physique Theorique

Ecole Polytechnique

91128 Palaiseau Cedex France

tel : 33 1 69 33 47 53

fax: 33 1 69 33 30 08

email: <mailto:amari@cpht.polytechnique.fr>

URL : http://www.cpht.polytechnique.fr/cpht/amari


Le 19 nov. 07 à 20:31, Derek Gaston a écrit :

I guess I don't understand your Google assertion:

Personalized Results 1 - 10 of about 17,200 for Tahar Amari.
Personalized Results 1 - 10 of about 25,400 for roy stogner.

Maybe you should have actually done those searches first....

But seriously... Roy uses HUGE amounts of his time to help out people
everyday on these lists.  He usually gives ridiculous amounts of
detail and verbosity, going well out of his way to make sure that
people get the info they are looking for.... and he has _zero_
incentive to do so.

So, personally, all I see here is a public personal attack _by you_
sent out to too many mailing lists... therefore labeling _yourself_ as
the rude one.  If you are such a "Professional Scientist" then you
should know better.


Derek

On Nov 19, 2007 12:19 PM, Tahar Amari <amari@cpht.polytechnique.fr> wrote:
Dear Roy,


I do not like  somebody talking to me like you.
I just send One email after several  months of silence ! and get answer from
you
which is incredibly poor. Who are you  ?


What a curious reply from a Scientist ! What a pity !
I am scientist too, probably at least as experimented as you are in my own
field.

Just google your name or mine on the web and you will see which of you or me
has been  more scientifically productive  in the field and for what we have
been paid for.
You are probably more productive at being nasty.


I sent this email few days ago, and  I received a very nice and productive
reply from
your nice colleague Benjamin. (FInd it below and let the users list think of
it).
You should probably learn from him.

Tahar Amari



 De :   benjamin.kirk@nasa.gov
 Objet : Rép : [Libmesh-users] example probs.
 Date : 18 novembre 2007 15:27:47 HNEC
 À :   Tahar.Amari@cpht.polytechnique.fr
 Cc :   libmesh-users@lists.sourceforge.net



Hello,

I am looking for the piece of MPI/ParMetis code that distribute the
Tetrahedral Mesh
over the processors  and also the associated unknown to "update".
Please note that I am looking for the low level ones coded in Libmesh
and not
the high level ones.

Could you please let me know where I could find those ?


./contrib/parmetis/Lib is probably what you want.

There are number of partitioning schemes in there -- xyzpart.c uses a
space-filling curve key and sorts it in parallel to get a partitioning of an
abitrary unstructured mesh.

Parmetis does not distribute the mesh for you, though.  That is onoing work
in libMesh, but MeshCommunication::delete_remote_elements() in
src/mesh/mesh_communication.C will give you an idea of how this might work.



Hello,

I am looking for the piece of MPI/ParMetis code that distribute the
Tetrahedral Mesh
over the processors  and also the associated unknown to "update".
Please note that I am looking for the low level ones coded in Libmesh
and not
the high level ones.

Could you please let me know where I could find those ?


./contrib/parmetis/Lib is probably what you want.

There are number of partitioning schemes in there -- xyzpart.c uses a
space-filling curve key and sorts it in parallel to get a partitioning of an
abitrary unstructured mesh.

Parmetis does not distribute the mesh for you, though.  That is onoing work
in libMesh, but MeshCommunication::delete_remote_elements() in
src/mesh/mesh_communication.C will give you an idea of how this might work.




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T. Amari

Director of Research at CNRS.

Centre de Physique Theorique

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Ecole Polytechnique

91128 Palaiseau Cedex France

tel : 33 1 69 33 47 53

fax: 33 1 69 33 30 08

email: <mailto:amari@cpht.polytechnique.fr>

URL : http://www.cpht.polytechnique.fr/cpht/amari

Le 19 nov. 07 à 17:42, Roy Stogner a écrit :

On Sun, 18 Nov 2007, Tahar Amari wrote:


I am looking for

No.  You're spamming a copy of a question that's already been
answered, attached to a long copy of an unrelated post, addressed
needlessly to multiple mailing lists as well as several people who
either already subscribe to those mailing lists, aren't interested in
your question, or both.

Stop.
---
Roy

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