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Solve the inversion calving problem differently #794

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commented Jun 10, 2019

This is still in WIP. The goals are to simplify the code for clarity, as well as to allow for an easier testing and calving parameterization.

Also, I think we can get the inversion to work with trapeze beds as well. (let's cross fingers)

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@fmaussion fmaussion changed the title WIP: refactor inversion internals Solve the inversion calving problem differently Jun 11, 2019

@fmaussion fmaussion merged commit 1b59178 into OGGM:master Jun 12, 2019

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