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The SHADOW and DYNAMIC attributes, if present, are
HPF-characteristics of dummy arguments and procedure return values.
To be precise, the definitions in
Section 4.7 are rewritten as follows;
additions are in bold-face type:
- A processor arrangement has one HPF-characteristic: its shape.
- A template has up to three HPF-characteristics:
- its shape;
- its distribution, if explicitly stated;
- the HPF-characteristic (i.e., the shape) of the processor
arrangement onto which it is distributed, if explicitly stated.
- A dummy data object has the following HPF-characteristics:
- its alignment, if explicitly stated, as well as all
HPF-characteristics of its align target;
- its distribution, if explicitly stated, as well as the
HPF-characteristic (i.e., the shape) of the processor arrangement
onto which it is distributed, if explicitly stated;
- its SHADOW attribute, if explicitly stated.
- its DYNAMIC attribute, if explicitly stated.
- A function result has the same HPF-characteristics as a dummy
data object. Specifically, it has the following
HPF-characteristics:
- its alignment, if explicitly stated, as well as all
HPF-characteristics of its align target;
- its distribution, if explicitly stated, as well as the
HPF-characteristic (i.e., the shape) of the processor arrangement
onto which it is distributed, if explicitly stated;
- its SHADOW attribute, if explicitly stated.
- its DYNAMIC attribute, if explicitly stated.