VPM-B Benchmarks

Robert Helling helling at atdotde.de
Sun Feb 19 14:56:47 PST 2017

Hi Rick,

> On 19 Feb 2017, at 23:54, Rick Walsh <rickmwalsh at gmail.com> wrote:
> Note, we have a subsurface_conservatism_factor variable in deco.c, which is used to increase the critical radii by 1.2%, which increases the conservatism slightly.  With the saturation/desaturation values being set to zero, which appears (in your changes to testplan.cpp on GitHub) to increase the deco time, we could try reducing or eliminating the conservatism factor variable.  Unfortunately, I have no time for checking this myself at the moment.

I just remembered this about 10 minutes ago. And in fact, with both factors 1.0, removing our conservatism fudge factor gives values very close to the benchmark. Will updated this soon.

Thanks for you explanation.

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