Basic routines to handle periodic boundary conditions with SYCL.
 Author
 Artem Zhmurov zhmur.nosp@m.ov@g.nosp@m.mail..nosp@m.com

static void  pbcDxAiucSycl (const PbcAiuc &pbcAiuc, const rvec &r1, const rvec &r2, rvec dr) 
 Computes the vector between two points taking PBC into account. More...


static void pbcDxAiucSycl 
( 
const PbcAiuc & 
pbcAiuc, 


const rvec & 
r1, 


const rvec & 
r2, 


rvec 
dr 

) 
 

inlinestatic 
Computes the vector between two points taking PBC into account.
Computes the vector dr between points r2 and r1, taking into account the periodic boundary conditions, described in pbcAiuc object. Note that this routine always does the PBC arithmetic for all directions, multiplying the displacements by zeroes if the corresponding direction is not periodic. For triclinic boxes only distances up to half the smallest box diagonal element are guaranteed to be the shortest. This means that distances from 0.5/sqrt(2) times a box vector length (e.g. for a rhombic dodecahedron) can use a more distant periodic image.
 Todo:
 This routine operates on rvec types and uses PbcAiuc to define periodic box, but essentially does the same thing as SIMD and GPU version. These will have to be unified in future to avoid code duplication. See Issue #2863: https://gitlab.com/gromacs/gromacs//issues/2863
 Parameters

[in]  pbcAiuc  PBC object. 
[in]  r1  Coordinates of the first point. 
[in]  r2  Coordinates of the second point. 
[out]  dr  Resulting distance. 