Odd calculated deco "ripples" (was Re: RFC: color change for calculated deco)
torvalds at linux-foundation.org
Mon Jan 14 08:09:46 PST 2013
On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 5:16 AM, Robert C. Helling <helling at lmu.de> wrote:
> This is as usually deco_allowed_depth is called every four seconds. But
> every fourth time, it takes eight seconds before it is computed again.
> Looking at the .xml, there is the same pattern for time differences between
> samples: 4,4,4,8,4,4,4,8 etc. So it seems to me as the origin of the ripples
> is that in the plot the sample number somehow works as the index rather than
> the (real)-time.
Ahhah. So we call deco_allowed_depth() only once per sample, but we
call add_segment() with our linear interpolation of depth. No problem,
But! The issue is that we interpolate the depth, but we do *not*
interpolate "min_pressure", which is used for the ceiling
calculations. Instead, we use the minimum tissue pressure over the
So basically, "min_pressure" doesn't really match the deco
calculations for the sample point - min_pressure is a step-wise
function that is basically the minimum tissue pressure of the current
sample point and the last one, which the deco calculations have been
done using interpolated depth. That mixing of depth interpolation and
the "take the minimum tissue pressure" seems to be the problem. And
explains why the ripples only happen on the ascent, methinks.
This patch "fixes" it for the profile. I put "fixes" in quotes,
because it simply removes the whole inter-sample interpolation. Which
should be ok for profiles that have samples at least 10 seconds apart,
but the *planning* does not do that, so who knows..
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