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Oct 11, 2010
9 years 1 month Removed timezone support from ImisIO, it leads to horrendous complications in the resampling, which need to be addressed before dealing with timezones.
Commit 429, by Thomas Egger
Oct 7, 2010
9 years 1 month Bug in IMISIO: the snow height (hs) comes in centimeters out of the database and must be converted into meters.
Commit 428, by Thomas Egger
Oct 3, 2010
9 years 1 month Small bugfix for BufferedIOHandler, in some cases the rebuffering did not occur, even though buffer was at its end.
Commit 427, by Thomas Egger
9 years 1 month The resampling algorithm Accumulate had some errors when dealing with undersampled values. These should be fixed now.
Commit 426, by Thomas Egger
9 years 1 month ImisIO: Added the USEANETZ functionality. Many IMIS stations don't have an own precipitation measurement, but there has been some work done to associate the measurements from nearby ANETZ stations with the IMIS stations, thus allowing to calculate a
Commit 425, by Thomas Egger
Oct 1, 2010
9 years 1 month Small fixes: the MAGNUSS interpolation has been renammed in HNW_SNOW (since we will add avalanche snow redistribution in the future and potentially other things) and the documentation has been reworked.
Commit 424, by Mathias Bavay
Sep 30, 2010
9 years 1 month A severe bug has been found in the spatial interpolations: the algorithm arguments were always the ones from the last evaluated algorithm (therefore not necessarily matching the chosen algorithm). The MAGNUSS spatial interpolation algorithm now take
Commit 423, by Mathias Bavay
9 years 1 month This is the first implementation of the precipitation distribution algorithm discribed in (Magnusson, 2010). This basically initializes the precipitation with an IDW_LAPSE, then removes some or all precipitation according to the local slope, applies
Commit 422, by Mathias Bavay
Sep 22, 2010
9 years 1 month Fixed compilation warnings (like always, "int" instead of "unsigned int")
Commit 421, by Mathias Bavay
Sep 8, 2010
9 years 2 months Bad commit of BufferedIOHandler.cc reverted
Commit 420, by Thomas Egger
9 years 2 months Small adjustments to accumulate resampling filter: return IOUtils::nodata in all cases where accumulation is not possible
Commit 419, by Thomas Egger
9 years 2 months Tagging release 1.1.2
Commit 418, by Mathias Bavay
9 years 2 months Push version numbers to 1.1.2
Commit 417, by Mathias Bavay
9 years 2 months Fixed a compiler warning in Matrix ("warning: type qualifiers ignored on function return type" , cf http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1607188/why-is-type-qualifier-on-r eturn-type-is-meaningless for full explanations). Small hack/bug fix in SMETIO 8r
Commit 416, by Mathias Bavay
9 years 2 months Completed the resampling algorithm Accumulate.
Commit 415, by Thomas Egger
Sep 7, 2010
9 years 2 months Small bug fixes: missing double quotes in CMakeLists, wrong naming of the identity matrix
Commit 414, by Mathias Bavay
Sep 6, 2010
9 years 2 months The matrix class has been slightly reworked and is now documented. An example has been added.
Commit 413, by Mathias Bavay
Sep 3, 2010
9 years 2 months The matrix class now uses the standard matrix notation: A(i,j) represents the element j of line i, with index starting at 1 and going to nrows/ncols. The documentation is not yet available...
Commit 412, by Mathias Bavay
9 years 2 months The matrix class is now independent of Array2D (this makes more sense since arrays and matrices are quite different)
Commit 411, by Mathias Bavay
9 years 2 months More improvements into the matrix class: the +,-,*,/ operators for doubles have been defined. The +,-,*,==,!= operators also exist for matrix as well as a isIdentity() for checking if a matrix is an identity matrix.
Commit 410, by Mathias Bavay

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