#include <NoOpSmoother.H>
Inheritance diagram for NoOpSmoother:
Public Member Functions  
NoOpSmoother ()  
Null constructor.  
virtual  ~NoOpSmoother () 
Destructor.  
virtual BaseBottomSmoother *  new_bottomSmoother () const 
This gets around the "no virtual constructor" rule.  
virtual void  doBottomSmooth (LevelData< FArrayBox > &a_phi, const LevelData< FArrayBox > &a_rhs, LevelOp *a_levelopPtr) 
Do (no) smoothing.  
virtual void  setConvergenceMetric (Real a_metric, int a_comp=0) 
sets metric to judge convergence (normally norm(rhs) of outer problem  
virtual void  setSolverTol (Real a_tol) 
this doesn't really do anything, but is required by BaseBottomSmoother 
The NoOpSmoother class is a bottom smoother for LevelOpderived classes which does nothing (mostly as a debugging test option)

Null constructor.


Destructor.


Do (no) smoothing. True to its name, this class does nothing in this functino Implements BaseBottomSmoother. 

This gets around the "no virtual constructor" rule.
Implements BaseBottomSmoother. 

sets metric to judge convergence (normally norm(rhs) of outer problem To make the iterative solver convergence more consistent, the solver will consider itself "solved" if the residual is reduced to epsilon*metric, where epsilon is the solver tolerance (set by setSolverTol). A good starting point for the metric is the norm of the RHS of the original problem (i.e. the rhs sent in to LevelSolver or AMRSolver). Default value is 1.0. Implements BaseBottomSmoother. 

this doesn't really do anything, but is required by BaseBottomSmoother
Implements BaseBottomSmoother. 