PetscSolverPoisson< T > Class Template Reference

#include <PetscSolver.H>

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template<class T>
class PetscSolverPoisson< T >


Public Member Functions

 PetscSolverPoisson ()
virtual void define (Real a_dx, bool a_homogeneous=true)
virtual void define (LinearOp< T > *a_op, bool a_homogeneous=true)
virtual int formMatrix (Mat, const LevelData< FArrayBox > *=0, PetscInt my0=0, PetscInt nloc=0, PetscInt *d=0, PetscInt *o=0)

Public Attributes

Real m_alpha
Real m_beta

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

template<class T>
PetscSolverPoisson< T >::PetscSolverPoisson (  ) 


Member Function Documentation

template<class T>
virtual void PetscSolverPoisson< T >::define ( Real  a_dx,
bool  a_homogeneous = true 
) [virtual]

Reimplemented from PetscSolver< T >.

template<class T>
virtual void PetscSolverPoisson< T >::define ( LinearOp< T > *  a_operator,
bool  a_homogeneous = true 
) [inline, virtual]

Define the operator and whether it is a homogeneous solver or not. The LinearSolver does not take over ownership of this a_operator object. It does not call delete on it when the LinearSolver is deleted. It is meant to be like a late-binding reference. If you created a_operator with new, you should call delete on it after LinearSolver is deleted if you want to avoid memory leaks.

Reimplemented from PetscSolver< T >.

References PetscSolver< T >::define().

template<class T>
virtual int PetscSolverPoisson< T >::formMatrix ( Mat  ,
const LevelData< FArrayBox > *  = 0,
PetscInt  my0 = 0,
PetscInt  nloc = 0,
PetscInt *  d = 0,
PetscInt *  o = 0 
) [virtual]


Member Data Documentation

template<class T>
Real PetscSolverPoisson< T >::m_alpha

template<class T>
Real PetscSolverPoisson< T >::m_beta


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