ghost layer

ghost layer

[′gōst ‚lā·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
A single layer of cultivated animal cells that has been treated with a nonionic detergent in order to disrupt the membranes.
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Since this algorithm handles the data dependency by storing the distribution values in duplicated lattices for streaming phase, ghost layer of arrays for particle distribution functions is created.
Since border information after streaming phase needs to be exchanged between iterations of the solver one more ghost layer is created.
Using method clEnqueueCopyBuffer host will copy border information about particle distribution functions from one device to the ghost layer buffers (used for exchanging data,) of the next device.
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