ProblemDomain Class Reference

#include <ProblemDomain.H>

List of all members.


Detailed Description

A class to facilitate interaction with physical boundary conditions.

ProblemDomain is a class which facilitates the application of physical boundary conditions, both periodic and non-periodic. This class contains much of the functionality of the Box class, since logically the computational domain is generally a Box.

Intersection with a ProblemDomain object will result in only removing regions which are outside the physical domain in non-periodic directions. Regions outside the logical computational domain in periodic directions will be treated as ghost cells which can be filled with an exchange() function or through suitable interpolation from a coarser domain.

Since ProblemDomain will contain a Box, it is a dimension dependent class, so SpaceDim must be defined as either 1, 2, or 3 when compiling.

Note that this implementation of ProblemDomain is inherently cell-centered.

Public Member Functions

 ProblemDomain ()
 The default constructor. The constructed domain box is empty.
 ProblemDomain (const Box &a_domBox)
 Construct ProblemDomain with a_domBox as computational domain.
 ProblemDomain (const Box &a_domBox, const bool *a_isPeriodic)
 Construct ProblemDomain with a_domBox as computational domain.
 ProblemDomain (const IntVect &small, const IntVect &big)
 Construct a ProblemDomain.
 ProblemDomain (const IntVect &small, const IntVect &big, const bool *a_isPeriodic)
 Construct a ProblemDomain.
 ProblemDomain (const IntVect &small, const int *vec_len)
 Construct ProblemDomain with specified lengths.
 ProblemDomain (const IntVect &small, const int *vec_len, const bool *a_isPeriodic)
 Construct ProblemDomain with specified lengths.
 ProblemDomain (const ProblemDomain &a_src)
 The copy constructor.
void define (const Box &a_domBox)
 Construct ProblemDomain with a_domBox as computational domain.
void define (const Box &a_domBox, const bool *a_isPeriodic)
 Construct ProblemDomain with a_domBox as computational domain.
void define (const IntVect &small, const IntVect &big)
 Construct a ProblemDomain.
void define (const IntVect &small, const IntVect &big, const bool *a_isPeriodic)
 Construct a ProblemDomain.
void define (const IntVect &small, const int *vec_len)
 Construct ProblemDomain with specified lengths.
void define (const IntVect &small, const int *vec_len, const bool *a_isPeriodic)
 Construct ProblemDomain with specified lengths.
void define (const ProblemDomain &a_src)
 The copy constructor.
const BoxdomainBox () const
 Returns the logical computational domain.
bool isPeriodic (int a_dir) const
 Returns true if BC is periodic in direction a_dir.
bool isPeriodic () const
 Returns true is BC is periodic in _any_ direction.
ShiftIterator shiftIterator () const
 Returns the shiftIterator for this ProblemDomain.
bool isEmpty () const
 Returns true if this ProblemDomain is empty or undefined.
int size (const int &a_idir) const
 Return the size of the domainBox in the specified coordinate direction.
IntVect size () const
 Return the size of the domainBox.
bool contains (const IntVect &p) const
 Returns true if argument is contained within this ProblemDomain.
bool image (IntVect &p) const
 Returns the periodic image of this IntVect inside of the ProblemDomain.
bool contains (const Box &b) const
 Returns true if argument is contained within this ProblemDomain.
bool contains_box (const Box &b) const
 Equivalent to contains() function.
bool intersects (const Box &a_box) const
 Returns true if this ProblemDomain and the argument intersect.
bool intersectsNotEmpty (const Box &a_box) const
 Returns true if this ProblemDomain and the argument intersect.
bool periodicAdjacent (const Box &a_box) const
 Returns true if this argument is adjacent to a periodic boundary.
void insertImages (std::list< Box > &a_list, const Box &a_box) const
bool intersects (const Box &box1, const Box &box2) const
 Returns true if box1 and box2 or any of their periodic images intersect.
bool operator== (const ProblemDomain &a_otherDomain) const
 Returns true if the two domain are equivalent.
bool operator!= (const ProblemDomain &a_otherDomain) const
 Returns true if the two domain are not equivalent.
ProblemDomainoperator= (const ProblemDomain &b)
 The assignment operator.
void setPeriodic (int a_dir, bool a_isPeriodic)
 Sets whether BC is periodic in direction a_dir (true == periodic).
ProblemDomaingrow (int i)
 Grows (or shrinks) the domain Box by i in all directions.
ProblemDomaingrow (const IntVect &v)
 Grow this ProblemDomain.
ProblemDomaingrow (int idir, int n_cell)
 Grow this ProblemDomain.
ProblemDomaingrowLo (int idir, int n_cell=1)
 Grow this ProblemDomain on the low side.
ProblemDomaingrowHi (int idir, int n_cell=1)
 Grow this ProblemDomain on the high side.
Box operator & (const Box &a_b) const
 Returns the Box intersection of this ProblemDomain and a_b.
ProblemDomainrefine (int a_refinement_ratio)
 Refine this problem domain.
ProblemDomainrefine (const IntVect &a_refinement_ratio)
 Refine this ProblemDomain.
ProblemDomaincoarsen (int a_refinement_ratio)
 Coarsen this ProblemDomain.
ProblemDomaincoarsen (const IntVect &refinement_ratio)
 Coarsen this ProblemDomain.
void shift (const IntVect &a_shift)
bool operator< (const ProblemDomain &rhs) const
void shiftIt (Box &a_box, int shiftIndex) const
void unshiftIt (Box &a_box, int shiftIndex) const
void dumpOn (std::ostream &strm) const
 Gives more detail than printOn.

Protected Attributes

bool m_isPeriodic [SpaceDim]
Box m_domainBox
ShiftIterator m_shiftIt

Friends

class HDF5Handle
void operator &= (Box &a_box, const ProblemDomain &a_probdomain)
 Modifies a_box to be the intersection of a_box and a_probdomain.
Box operator & (const Box &a_box, const ProblemDomain &a_probdomain)
 Returns a Box which is the interesection of a_box and a_probdomain.
ProblemDomain grow (const ProblemDomain &pd, int i)
 Returns a ProblemDomain with a domainBox grown by the given amount.
ProblemDomain grow (const ProblemDomain &pd, const IntVect &v)
 Returns a grown version of pd.
Box bdryLo (const ProblemDomain &a_pd, int a_dir, int a_len)
 Returns a face-centered Box at the low side of a_pd.
Box bdryHi (const ProblemDomain &a_pd, int a_dir, int a_len)
 Returns a face-centered Box at the high side of a_pd.
Box adjCellLo (const ProblemDomain &a_pd, int a_dir, int a_len)
 Returns the cell-centered Box adjacent to the low side of a_pd.
Box adjCellHi (const ProblemDomain &a_pd, int a_dir, int a_len)
 Returns the cell-centered Box adjacent to the low side of a_pd.
ProblemDomain refine (const ProblemDomain &a_probdomain, int a_refinement_ratio)
 Return a ProblemDomain which is a refinement of a_probdomain.
ProblemDomain refine (const ProblemDomain &a_probdomain, const IntVect &a_refinement_ratio)
 Refinement function.
ProblemDomain coarsen (const ProblemDomain &a_probdomain, int a_refinement_ratio)
 Coarsening function.
ProblemDomain coarsen (const ProblemDomain &a_probdomain, const IntVect &a_refinement_ratio)
 Coarsening function.
std::ostream & operator<< (std::ostream &os, const ProblemDomain &bx)
 Write an ASCII representation to the ostream.
std::istream & operator>> (std::istream &is, ProblemDomain &bx)
 Read from istream.


Constructor & Destructor Documentation

ProblemDomain::ProblemDomain (  )  [inline]

The default constructor. The constructed domain box is empty.

References m_isPeriodic, and SpaceDim.

ProblemDomain::ProblemDomain ( const Box a_domBox  ) 

Construct ProblemDomain with a_domBox as computational domain.

This constructor defaults to non-periodic domain

ProblemDomain::ProblemDomain ( const Box a_domBox,
const bool *  a_isPeriodic 
)

Construct ProblemDomain with a_domBox as computational domain.

a_isPeriodic is a SpaceDim array of bools; if true, the physical boundary condition is periodic in the coordinate direction. False means a non-periodic BC.

ProblemDomain::ProblemDomain ( const IntVect small,
const IntVect big 
)

Construct a ProblemDomain.

It is an error if small is greater than big. Defaults to non-periodic domain.

ProblemDomain::ProblemDomain ( const IntVect small,
const IntVect big,
const bool *  a_isPeriodic 
)

Construct a ProblemDomain.

It is an error if small is greater than big. a_isPeriodic is a SpaceDim array of bools; if true, the physical boundary condition is periodic in the coordinate direction. False means a non-periodic BC.

ProblemDomain::ProblemDomain ( const IntVect small,
const int *  vec_len 
)

Construct ProblemDomain with specified lengths.

It is an error if the lengths are negative. Defaults to non-periodic domain.

ProblemDomain::ProblemDomain ( const IntVect small,
const int *  vec_len,
const bool *  a_isPeriodic 
)

Construct ProblemDomain with specified lengths.

It is an error if the lengths are negative. a_isPeriodic is a SpaceDim array of bools; if true, the physical boundary condition is periodic in the coordinate direction. False means a non-periodic BC.

ProblemDomain::ProblemDomain ( const ProblemDomain a_src  )  [inline]

The copy constructor.

References m_isPeriodic, and SpaceDim.


Member Function Documentation

void ProblemDomain::define ( const Box a_domBox  ) 

Construct ProblemDomain with a_domBox as computational domain.

This constructor defaults to non-periodic domain

Referenced by LevelGridMetrics::blockDomain(), and BlockBaseRegister< T >::define().

void ProblemDomain::define ( const Box a_domBox,
const bool *  a_isPeriodic 
)

Construct ProblemDomain with a_domBox as computational domain.

a_isPeriodic is a SpaceDim array of bools; if true, the physical boundary condition is periodic in the coordinate direction. False means a non-periodic BC.

void ProblemDomain::define ( const IntVect small,
const IntVect big 
)

Construct a ProblemDomain.

It is an error if small is greater than big. Defaults to non-periodic domain.

void ProblemDomain::define ( const IntVect small,
const IntVect big,
const bool *  a_isPeriodic 
)

Construct a ProblemDomain.

It is an error if small is greater than big. a_isPeriodic is a SpaceDim array of bools; if true, the physical boundary condition is periodic in the coordinate direction. False means a non-periodic BC.

void ProblemDomain::define ( const IntVect small,
const int *  vec_len 
)

Construct ProblemDomain with specified lengths.

It is an error if the lengths are negative. Defaults to non-periodic domain.

void ProblemDomain::define ( const IntVect small,
const int *  vec_len,
const bool *  a_isPeriodic 
)

Construct ProblemDomain with specified lengths.

It is an error if the lengths are negative. a_isPeriodic is a SpaceDim array of bools; if true, the physical boundary condition is periodic in the coordinate direction. False means a non-periodic BC.

void ProblemDomain::define ( const ProblemDomain a_src  )  [inline]

The copy constructor.

References m_domainBox, m_isPeriodic, m_shiftIt, and SpaceDim.

const Box & ProblemDomain::domainBox (  )  const [inline]

bool ProblemDomain::isPeriodic ( int  a_dir  )  const [inline]

bool ProblemDomain::isPeriodic (  )  const [inline]

Returns true is BC is periodic in _any_ direction.

References D_TERM6, and m_isPeriodic.

ShiftIterator ProblemDomain::shiftIterator (  )  const [inline]

Returns the shiftIterator for this ProblemDomain.

The shiftIterator is defined based on the periodicity of this ProblemDomain.

References m_shiftIt.

bool ProblemDomain::isEmpty (  )  const [inline]

Returns true if this ProblemDomain is empty or undefined.

References Box::isEmpty(), and m_domainBox.

Referenced by contains().

int ProblemDomain::size ( const int &  a_idir  )  const [inline]

Return the size of the domainBox in the specified coordinate direction.

References m_domainBox, and Box::size().

IntVect ProblemDomain::size (  )  const [inline]

Return the size of the domainBox.

References m_domainBox, and Box::size().

bool ProblemDomain::contains ( const IntVect p  )  const [inline]

Returns true if argument is contained within this ProblemDomain.

An empty ProblemDomain does not contain and is not contained by any ProblemDomain, including itself. Note also that in a periodic Direction, any index is valid, since the domain is infinite in that direction.

References Box::bigEnd(), D_TERM6, isEmpty(), m_domainBox, m_isPeriodic, and Box::smallEnd().

Referenced by contains_box(), and image().

bool ProblemDomain::image ( IntVect p  )  const [inline]

Returns the periodic image of this IntVect inside of the ProblemDomain.

Return true if the domain contains this IntVect, returning the image in 'p', otherwise returns false

References Box::bigEnd(), contains(), Box::contains(), D_TERM6, m_domainBox, m_isPeriodic, Box::size(), and Box::smallEnd().

bool ProblemDomain::contains ( const Box b  )  const [inline]

Returns true if argument is contained within this ProblemDomain.

An empty ProblemDomain does not contain any Box. An entirely periodic domain contains any Box.

References Box::bigEnd(), D_TERM6, domainBox(), Box::enclosedCells(), isEmpty(), m_domainBox, m_isPeriodic, IndexType::NODE, Box::smallEnd(), SpaceDim, Box::surroundingNodes(), and Box::type().

bool ProblemDomain::contains_box ( const Box b  )  const [inline]

Equivalent to contains() function.

References contains().

bool ProblemDomain::intersects ( const Box a_box  )  const

Returns true if this ProblemDomain and the argument intersect.

It is an error if a_box is not cell-centered. An empty ProblemDomain does not intersect any Box. This will do nothing in periodic directions (since a periodic domain is infinite in the periodic direction. If periodic in all dimensions, this will always return true.

bool ProblemDomain::intersectsNotEmpty ( const Box a_box  )  const

Returns true if this ProblemDomain and the argument intersect.

It is an error if a_box is not cell-centered. This routine does not perform the check to see if *this or b are empty Boxes. It is the callers responsibility to ensure that this never happens. If you are unsure, the use the .intersects(..) routine. In periodic directions, will always return true.

bool ProblemDomain::periodicAdjacent ( const Box a_box  )  const

Returns true if this argument is adjacent to a periodic boundary.

void ProblemDomain::insertImages ( std::list< Box > &  a_list,
const Box a_box 
) const

bool ProblemDomain::intersects ( const Box box1,
const Box box2 
) const

Returns true if box1 and box2 or any of their periodic images intersect.

(useful for checking disjointness)

bool ProblemDomain::operator== ( const ProblemDomain a_otherDomain  )  const [inline]

Returns true if the two domain are equivalent.

References m_domainBox, m_isPeriodic, and SpaceDim.

bool ProblemDomain::operator!= ( const ProblemDomain a_otherDomain  )  const [inline]

Returns true if the two domain are not equivalent.

ProblemDomain & ProblemDomain::operator= ( const ProblemDomain b  )  [inline]

The assignment operator.

References m_domainBox, m_isPeriodic, m_shiftIt, and SpaceDim.

void ProblemDomain::setPeriodic ( int  a_dir,
bool  a_isPeriodic 
)

Sets whether BC is periodic in direction a_dir (true == periodic).

ProblemDomain & ProblemDomain::grow ( int  i  )  [inline]

Grows (or shrinks) the domain Box by i in all directions.

References Box::grow(), and m_domainBox.

Referenced by grow().

ProblemDomain & ProblemDomain::grow ( const IntVect v  )  [inline]

Grow this ProblemDomain.

Modifies this ProblemDomain by growing the domainBox in each direction by the specified amount

References Box::grow(), and m_domainBox.

ProblemDomain & ProblemDomain::grow ( int  idir,
int  n_cell 
) [inline]

Grow this ProblemDomain.

Modifies this ProblemDomain by growing it on the low and high end by n_cell cells in direction idir.

References Box::grow(), and m_domainBox.

ProblemDomain & ProblemDomain::growLo ( int  idir,
int  n_cell = 1 
) [inline]

Grow this ProblemDomain on the low side.

Modifies this ProblemDomain by growing it on the low end by n_cell cells in direction idir.

References Box::growLo(), and m_domainBox.

ProblemDomain & ProblemDomain::growHi ( int  idir,
int  n_cell = 1 
) [inline]

Grow this ProblemDomain on the high side.

Modifies this ProblemDomain by growing it on the high end by n_Cell cells in direction idir

References Box::growHi(), and m_domainBox.

Box ProblemDomain::operator & ( const Box a_b  )  const

Returns the Box intersection of this ProblemDomain and a_b.

The intersection of the Empty ProblemDomain and any Box is the Empty Box. This operator does nothing in periodic directions (since a periodic domain is an infinite domain).

ProblemDomain& ProblemDomain::refine ( int  a_refinement_ratio  ) 

Refine this problem domain.

Modifies this ProblemDomain by refining it by given (positive) refinement ratio. The Empty ProblemDomain is not modified by this function.

Referenced by AMRMultiGrid< T >::define(), and AMRFASMultiGrid< T >::init().

ProblemDomain& ProblemDomain::refine ( const IntVect a_refinement_ratio  ) 

Refine this ProblemDomain.

Modifies this ProblemDomain by refining it by given (positive) refinement ratio. The Empty ProblemDomain is not modified by this function.

ProblemDomain& ProblemDomain::coarsen ( int  a_refinement_ratio  ) 

Coarsen this ProblemDomain.

Modifies this ProblemDomain by coarsening it by given (positive) refinement ratio. The Empty ProblemDomain is not modified by this function.

ProblemDomain& ProblemDomain::coarsen ( const IntVect refinement_ratio  ) 

Coarsen this ProblemDomain.

Modifies this ProblemDomain by coarsening by given (positive) refinement ratio. The Empty ProblemDomain is not modified by this function.

void ProblemDomain::shift ( const IntVect a_shift  )  [inline]

References m_domainBox, and Box::shift().

bool ProblemDomain::operator< ( const ProblemDomain rhs  )  const [inline]

References m_domainBox.

void ProblemDomain::shiftIt ( Box a_box,
int  shiftIndex 
) const [inline]

void ProblemDomain::unshiftIt ( Box a_box,
int  shiftIndex 
) const [inline]

void ProblemDomain::dumpOn ( std::ostream &  strm  )  const

Gives more detail than printOn.

Useful for exiting due to an error.


Friends And Related Function Documentation

friend class HDF5Handle [friend]

void operator &= ( Box a_box,
const ProblemDomain a_probdomain 
) [friend]

Modifies a_box to be the intersection of a_box and a_probdomain.

Box operator & ( const Box a_box,
const ProblemDomain a_probdomain 
) [friend]

Returns a Box which is the interesection of a_box and a_probdomain.

ProblemDomain grow ( const ProblemDomain pd,
int  i 
) [friend]

Returns a ProblemDomain with a domainBox grown by the given amount.

ProblemDomain grow ( const ProblemDomain pd,
const IntVect v 
) [friend]

Returns a grown version of pd.

Returns a ProblemDomain that is the argument ProblemDomain with a DomainBox grown by the given amount.

Box bdryLo ( const ProblemDomain a_pd,
int  a_dir,
int  a_len 
) [friend]

Returns a face-centered Box at the low side of a_pd.

Returns the edge-centered Box (in direction a_dir) defining the low side of the argument ProblemDomain. The output Box will have the given length in the given direction. Directions are zero-based. It is an error if not 0 <= dir < SpaceDim. The neighbor of an Empty ProblemDomain is an Empty Box of the appropriate type. If a_dir is a periodic direction, will return an empty Box.

Returns the edge-centered Box (in direction a_dir) defining the low side of the argument ProblemDomain. The output Box will have the given length in the given direction. Directions are zero-based. It is an error if not 0 <= dir < SpaceDim. The neighbor of an Empty ProblemDomain is an Empty Box of the appropriate type. If a_dir is a periodic direction, will return an empty Box.

Box bdryHi ( const ProblemDomain a_pd,
int  a_dir,
int  a_len 
) [friend]

Returns a face-centered Box at the high side of a_pd.

Returns the edge-centered Box (in direction a_dir) defining the high side of the argument ProblemDomain. The return Box will have the given length in the given direction. Directions are zero-based. It is an error if not 0 <= dir < SpaceDim. The neighbor of an Empty ProblemDomain is an Empty Box of the appropriate type. If a_dir is a periodic direction, will return an empty Box.

Returns the edge-centered Box (in direction a_dir) defining the high side of the argument ProblemDomain. The return Box will have the given length in the given direction. Directions are zero-based. It is an error if not 0 <= dir < SpaceDim. The neighbor of an Empty ProblemDomain is an Empty Box of the appropriate type. If a_dir is a periodic direction, will return an empty Box.

Box adjCellLo ( const ProblemDomain a_pd,
int  a_dir,
int  a_len 
) [friend]

Returns the cell-centered Box adjacent to the low side of a_pd.

Returns the cell centered Box of the given length adjacent to the argument ProblemDomain on the low end along the given coordinate direction. The return Box is identical to the argument ProblemDomain in the other directions. The return ProblemDomain and the argument ProblemDomain have an empty intersection.

NOTES:

  • len >= 1.
  • Box retval = adjCellLo(b,dir,len) is equivalent to the following set of operations:
             Box retval(b);
    
             retval.convert(dir,ProblemDomain::CELL);
    
             retval.setrange(dir,retval.smallEnd(dir)-len,len);
    

Directions are zero-based. It is an error if not 0 <= dir < SpaceDim. The neighbor of an Empty ProblemDomain is an Empty Box of the appropriate type. If a_dir is a periodic direction, will return an empty Box as well.

Returns the cell centered Box of the given length adjacent to the argument ProblemDomain on the low end along the given coordinate direction. The return Box is identical to the argument ProblemDomain in the other directions. The return ProblemDomain and the argument ProblemDomain have an empty intersection.

NOTES:

  • len >= 1.
  • Box retval = adjCellLo(b,dir,len) is equivalent to the following set of operations:
           Box retval(b);
    
           retval.convert(dir,ProblemDomain::CELL);
    
           retval.setrange(dir,retval.smallEnd(dir)-len,len);
    

Directions are zero-based. It is an error if not 0 <= dir < SpaceDim. The neighbor of an Empty ProblemDomain is an Empty Box of the appropriate type. If a_dir is a periodic direction, will return an empty Box as well.

Box adjCellHi ( const ProblemDomain a_pd,
int  a_dir,
int  a_len 
) [friend]

Returns the cell-centered Box adjacent to the low side of a_pd.

Returns the cell centered Box of the given length adjacent to the argument ProblemDomain on the high end along the given coordinate direction. The return Box is identical to the argument ProblemDomain in the other directions. The return Box and the argument ProblemDomain have an empty intersection.

NOTES:

  • len >= 1.

  • Box retval = adjCellHi(b,dir,len) is equivalent to the following set of operations:
             Box retval(b);
    
             retval.convert(dir,ProblemDomain::CELL);
    
             retval.setrange(dir,retval.bigEnd(dir)+1,len);
    

Directions are zero-based. It is an error if not 0 <= dir < SpaceDim. The neighbor of an Empty ProblemDomain is an Empty Box of the appropriate type. If a_dir is a periodic direction, will return an empty Box.

Returns the cell centered Box of the given length adjacent to the argument ProblemDomain on the high end along the given coordinate direction. The return Box is identical to the argument ProblemDomain in the other directions. The return Box and the argument ProblemDomain have an empty intersection.

NOTES:

  • len >= 1.

  • Box retval = adjCellHi(b,dir,len) is equivalent to the following set of operations:
           Box retval(b);
    
           retval.convert(dir,ProblemDomain::CELL);
    
           retval.setrange(dir,retval.bigEnd(dir)+1,len);
    

Directions are zero-based. It is an error if not 0 <= dir < SpaceDim. The neighbor of an Empty ProblemDomain is an Empty Box of the appropriate type. If a_dir is a periodic direction, will return an empty Box.

ProblemDomain refine ( const ProblemDomain a_probdomain,
int  a_refinement_ratio 
) [friend]

Return a ProblemDomain which is a refinement of a_probdomain.

Returns a ProblemDomain that is the argument ProblemDomain refined by given (positive) refinement ratio. The Empty ProblemDomain is not modified by this function.

ProblemDomain refine ( const ProblemDomain a_probdomain,
const IntVect a_refinement_ratio 
) [friend]

Refinement function.

Returns a ProblemDomain that is the argument ProblemDomain refined by given (positive) refinement ratio. The Empty ProblemDomain is not modified by this function.

ProblemDomain coarsen ( const ProblemDomain a_probdomain,
int  a_refinement_ratio 
) [friend]

Coarsening function.

Returns a ProblemDomain that is the argument ProblemDomain coarsened by given (positive) refinement ratio. The Empty ProblemDomain is not modified by this function.

ProblemDomain coarsen ( const ProblemDomain a_probdomain,
const IntVect a_refinement_ratio 
) [friend]

Coarsening function.

Returns a ProblemDomain that is the argument ProblemDomain coarsened by given (positive) refinement ratio. The Empty ProblemDomain is not modified by this function.

std::ostream& operator<< ( std::ostream &  os,
const ProblemDomain bx 
) [friend]

Write an ASCII representation to the ostream.

std::istream& operator>> ( std::istream &  is,
ProblemDomain bx 
) [friend]

Read from istream.


Member Data Documentation

Periodicity info

Referenced by contains(), define(), image(), isPeriodic(), operator=(), operator==(), and ProblemDomain().

Shift iterator for this ProblemDomain

Referenced by define(), operator=(), shiftIt(), shiftIterator(), and unshiftIt().


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