WMS:GSSHA Mapping Tables

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GSSHA Map Table Editor dialog

The mapping tables are where all of the spatially distributed parameters for all of the options specified in the Job Control are inputted. The mapping tables relate parameter sets for each process to an index map that shows their spatial distribution.

The several processes available for a GSSHA simulation are shown in the Process window. Once a process is chosen, an index map may be assigned to it in the drop-down box below the Process window. The Generate IDs From Map button takes the assigned index map and creates a list of IDs, shown in the ID window, that are used in the index map. Once the IDs have been generated one may be selected and its properties edited by selecting the property in the Property Table and editing the value or string in the edit field below the Property Table. The individual ID parameters may be edited as well as the descriptive text that was automatically generated by WMS.

If a process is selected in the Process window, and the Job Control option for that process is not turned on, WMS will ask if wanting to turn on that process in the Job Control and will bring up the Job Control dialog. If an index map has been assigned to a process and the IDs used in the index map increases, generate IDs from the index map again and re-input the parameters for each ID for that map.

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