InteriorBoundary.h 3.43 KB
 1 2 3 4 5 6 // ============================================================================ // == == // == AMDiS - Adaptive multidimensional simulations == // == == // ============================================================================ // == ==  Thomas Witkowski committed Sep 28, 2009 7 // == TU Dresden ==  8 // == ==  Thomas Witkowski committed Sep 28, 2009 9 10 11 // == Institut für Wissenschaftliches Rechnen == // == Zellescher Weg 12-14 == // == 01069 Dresden ==  12 13 14 15 // == germany == // == == // ============================================================================ // == ==  Thomas Witkowski committed Sep 28, 2009 16 // == https://gforge.zih.tu-dresden.de/projects/amdis/ ==  17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 // == == // ============================================================================ /** \file InteriorBoundary.h */ #ifndef AMDIS_INTERIORBOUNDARY_H #define AMDIS_INTERIORBOUNDARY_H #include  Thomas Witkowski committed Apr 27, 2009 26 #include  27 28  #include "MacroElement.h"  Thomas Witkowski committed Sep 28, 2009 29 #include "AMDiS_fwd.h"  30 31 32 33 34 35 36  namespace AMDiS { /// Defines the geometrical objects that forms the boundary; struct BoundaryObject { /// The macro element to which the boundary element corresponds to.  Thomas Witkowski committed Apr 27, 2009 37  Element* el;  38   Thomas Witkowski committed Jul 16, 2009 39 40 41  /// Index of the macro element. int elIndex;  42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65  /** \brief * Defines the geometrical object at the boundary. It must be "a part" of the * macro element \ref el, i.e., either 1 (a vertex), 2 (an edge) or 3 (a face). */ GeoIndex subObjAtBoundary; /** \brief * Defines which of vertix, edge or face of the macro element is part of the * boundary. * * Example: If the macro element is a triangle, than \ref subObjAtBoundary may * be either 1 (vertex) or 2 (edge). Assume its the last one. So this variable * defines which of the three possible edges of the triangle is at the interior * boundary. */ int ithObjAtBoundary; }; /** \brief * Defines one atomic part of the boundary, i.e., two boundary objects where the * boundary goes through. */ struct AtomicBoundary { /// The rank's part of the boundary.  Thomas Witkowski committed Apr 27, 2009 66  BoundaryObject rankObject;  67 68  /// The object on the other side of the boundary.  Thomas Witkowski committed Apr 27, 2009 69  BoundaryObject neighbourObject;  70 71 72 73 74 75 76  }; /** \brief * Defines the interior boundary, i.e. a bound within the domain. It is used for * the classical domain decomposition parallelization. */ class InteriorBoundary {  Thomas Witkowski committed Jul 01, 2009 77 78 79  public: typedef std::map > RankToBoundMap;  80  public:  Thomas Witkowski committed Apr 27, 2009 81 82 83 84  InteriorBoundary() {} AtomicBoundary& getNewAtomicBoundary(int rank);  Thomas Witkowski committed Sep 28, 2009 85  /// Writes this object to a file.  Thomas Witkowski committed Sep 25, 2009 86 87  void serialize(std::ostream &out);  Thomas Witkowski committed Sep 28, 2009 88 89  /// Reads the state of an interior boundary from a file. void deserialize(std::istream &in, std::map &elIndexMap);  Thomas Witkowski committed Sep 25, 2009 90   Thomas Witkowski committed Apr 27, 2009 91  public:  Thomas Witkowski committed Jul 01, 2009 92  RankToBoundMap boundary;  93 94 95 96  }; } #endif // AMDIS_INTERIORBOUNDARY_H