real1 real2 integer3
The number of energy packets to be used in the next iteration will automatically be increased by a factor of
real2 whenever a convergence plateau (defined by
real1) is reached, i.e. if the convergence level increase is less than the value specified by the user in
real1. For example,
autoPackets 0.10 5. 1e8 will cause the total number of energy packets to increase by a factor of 5. whenever the convergence level increase from one iteration to the other is less than 10%. This only occurs when the convergence level is less than 85% and is the maximum number of packets defined by
integer3 (1e8 in this example) has not been reached.
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