[This is preliminary documentation and is subject to change.]
The Communicator type exposes the following members.
Terminates all processes in this communicator. In most systems, this terminates all processes.
Adopts a low-level MPI communicator that was created with any of the low-level MPI facilities. The resulting Communicator object will manage the lifetime of the low-level MPI communicator, and will free the communicator when it is disposed or finalized.
Wait until all processes in the communicator have reached the same barrier.
Clones the communicator, creating a new (but distinct) communicator with the same processes.
Compare two MPI communicators.
Creates a new communicator containing all of the processes in the given group. The resulting communicator may be null, if the calling process is not in this group.
Free the MPI communicator.
Finalizer that frees the MPI communicator.(Overrides Object..::.Finalize()()().)
Serves as a hash function for a particular type. GetHashCode()()() is suitable for use in hashing algorithms and data structures like a hash table.(Inherited from Object.)
Gets the Type of the current instance.(Inherited from Object.)
Creates a shallow copy of the current Object.(Inherited from Object.)
Splits a communicator into several different communicators, each of which is identified by a particular color value.
Special value for the source argument to Receivec> that indicates that the message can be received from any process in the communicator.
Special value for the tag argument to Receive that indices that the message with any tag can be received by the receive operation.
The "self" communicator is a simple communicator that contains only the currently-executing process.
The "world" communicator contains all of the processes that were originally created by MPI.
Retrieve the group containing all of the processes in this communicator.
Returns the rank of the currently executing process within this communicator.
Returns the number of processes within this communicator.