bsp_pop_reg - remove the visibility of a previously
void bsp_popregister(const void *ident);
<TYPE>, intent(IN) :: ident
A registration association is destroyed when each process
calls bsp_pop_reg(3) and provides the address of its local
area participating in that registration. A runtime error
will be raised if these addresses (i.e., one address per
process) do not refer to the same registration association.
In line with superstep semantics, de-registration takes
effect at the next barrier synchronisation.
drma(3),bsp_push_reg(3), bsp_put(3), bsp_hpput(3),
``BSPlib: The BSP Programming Library'' Jonathan M. D. Hill,
Bill McColl, Dan C. Stefanescu, Mark W. Goudreau, Kevin
Lang, Satish B. Rao, , Torsten Suel, Thanasis Tsantilas, and
Rob Bisseling. Parallel Computing, to appear 1998. See
http://www.bsp-worldwide.org for more details.
Problems and bug reports should be mailed to bsplib-
The Oxford BSP Toolset implementation of BSPlib was written
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