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// ============================================================================
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// == AMDiS - Adaptive multidimensional simulations                          ==
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// ==  http://www.amdis-fem.org                                              ==
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// ============================================================================
//
// Software License for AMDiS
//
// Copyright (c) 2010 Dresden University of Technology 
// All rights reserved.
// Authors: Simon Vey, Thomas Witkowski et al.
//
// This file is part of AMDiS
//
// See also license.opensource.txt in the distribution.



/** \file PetscProblemStat.h */

#ifndef AMDIS_PETSC_PROBLEM_STAT_H
#define AMDIS_PETSC_PROBLEM_STAT_H

#include "AMDiS_fwd.h"
#include "Global.h"
#include "MeshDistributor.h"
#include "ProblemVec.h"
#include "ProblemInstat.h"
#include "ParallelProblemStatBase.h"

#include "petsc.h"
#include "petscsys.h"
#include "petscao.h"

namespace AMDiS {
  
  class PetscProblemStat : public ParallelProblemStatBase
  {
  public:
    PetscProblemStat(std::string nameStr,
		     ProblemIterationInterface *problemIteration = NULL)
      : ParallelProblemStatBase(nameStr, problemIteration),
	d_nnz(NULL),
	o_nnz(NULL),
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	lastMeshNnz(0),
	zeroStartVector(false)
    {
      GET_PARAMETER(0, "parallel->use zero start vector", "%d", &zeroStartVector);
    }
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    ~PetscProblemStat()
    {}

    void solve(AdaptInfo *adaptInfo, bool fixedMatrix = false);

  protected:
    /// Creates a new non zero pattern structure for the Petsc matrix. 
    void createPetscNnzStructure(Matrix<DOFMatrix*> *mat);
    
    /** \brief
     * Create a PETSc matrix and PETSc vectors. The given DOF matrices are used to
     * create the nnz structure of the PETSc matrix and the values are transfered to it.
     * The given DOF vectors are used to the the values of the PETSc rhs vector.
     *
     * \param[in] mat
     * \param[in] vec
     */
    void fillPetscMatrix(Matrix<DOFMatrix*> *mat, SystemVector *vec);

    /// Takes a dof matrix and sends the values to the global petsc matrix.
    void setDofMatrix(DOFMatrix* mat, int dispMult = 1, 
		      int dispAddRow = 0, int dispAddCol = 0);

    /// Takes a dof vector and sends its values to a given petsc vector.
    void setDofVector(Vec& petscVec, DOFVector<double>* vec, 
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		      int disMult = 1, int dispAdd = 0, bool rankOnly = false);
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    /// Use PETSc to solve the linear system of equations
    void solvePetscMatrix(SystemVector &vec, AdaptInfo *adaptInfo);

  protected:
    /// Petsc's matrix structure.
    Mat petscMatrix;

    /** \brief
     * Petsc's vector structures for the rhs vector, the solution vector and a
     * temporary vector for calculating the final residuum.
     */
    Vec petscRhsVec, petscSolVec, petscTmpVec;

    /// Arrays definig the non zero pattern of Petsc's matrix.
    int *d_nnz, *o_nnz;

    /** \brief
     * Stores the mesh change index of the mesh the nnz structure was created for.
     * Therefore, if the mesh change index is higher than this value, we have to create
     * a new nnz structure for PETSc matrices, because the mesh has been changed and
     * therefore also the assembled matrix structure.
     */
    int lastMeshNnz;
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    bool zeroStartVector;
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  };

  typedef PetscProblemStat ParallelProblemStat;

} // namespace AMDiS

#endif