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Re: [Getfem-users] Data for piecewise constant coefficients
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Jehanzeb Hameed |
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Re: [Getfem-users] Data for piecewise constant coefficients |
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Wed, 8 Jul 2009 13:29:49 -0500 |
Dear Yves,
I just started using getfem, so I am afraid my questions quite
trivial. I wanted to ask/confirm a couple of more things:
> mf.ind_dof_of_element(icv) gives the dof number of element icv
I was wondering if the same thing can be achieved by another method.
Since the subdomains are defined by mesh_regions, looking again at
interpolation functions, they take in a mesh_region as argument. So,
if I call interpolation_function multiple times (once for each
mesh_region) and pass in the same vector, each interpolation_function
will only fill in the part of the vector corresponding to its dof's.
This way I should be able to get piecewise constant coefficients for
each region. Is this correct?
Thanks,
-Jehanzeb
On Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 11:24 AM, Yves Renard<address@hidden> wrote:
>
> Dear Jehanzeb,
>
> This is the same of all finite element method. The function
>
> mf.ind_dof_of_element(icv)
>
> gives the dof number of element icv (a unique dof for the P0 method), and the
> function
>
> mf.point_of_dof(idof)
>
> gives the coordinate of the finite element node. With this, is is not
> difficult to fill the vector of dof (without any additional storage).
>
> Yves.
>
>
>
> On mercredi 8 juillet 2009, Jehanzeb Hameed wrote:
>> Is there a simple way in getfem to map points to convexes, that is:
>> > the interpolation point for each element is the barycenter. So you
>> > can discriminate in wich part of your domain is the point.
>>
>> Given the particular barycenter, say 'b', do I have to build a list of
>> all barycenters in the beginning, and then search for 'b' in that
>> list? Or is there some already builtin way to go about it.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> -Jehanzeb
>>
>> On Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 4:50 AM, Yves Renard<address@hidden> wrote:
>> > On mardi 7 juillet 2009, Jehanzeb Hameed wrote:
>> >> Hello,
>> >>
>> >> In laplacian.cc "getfem::classical_fem(pgt,0))" is used to represent
>> >> the fem space for coefficient function (mf_coef). This coefficient
>> >> function is constant on each convex. It is not used in laplacian.cc,
>> >> and is set to one by creating a vector ones (
>> >> std::vector<scalar_type>(mf_coef.nb_dof(), 1.0) ).
>> >>
>> >> Now say, I want to this coefficient to be piecewise constant, that is
>> >> constant on each of (say two) subdomains. It seems I cant use
>> >> interpolation for it, as interpolation functions use coordinates of
>> >> points, and dont seem to indicate which convex they come from.
>> >
>> > Indeed you can. If you represent your coefficient on a P0 method
>> > (piecewise constant), the interpolation point for each element is the
>> > barycenter. So you can discriminate in wich part of your domain is the
>> > point. If you want to fill the corresponding vector by hand, you can use
>> > the method
>> > mf.point_of_dof(i) for the P0 method which will give you the coordinates
>> > of the corresponding barycenter. Otherwise, you can also use the
>> > interpolation functions.
>> >
>> > Yves.
>> >
>> >> One way
>> >> I can think of doing it, is to loop for mesh convexes, look up which
>> >> region the convex belongs to, and then set the corresponding entry in
>> >> the coefficient vector. However I am not sure if this is the way to
>> >> go, as numbering of convexes in the mesh may not correspond to
>> >> numbering of dof's of the vector passed as data for assembly.
>> >>
>> >> Is the above method the one to use, or is there a more elegant way
>> >> around this?
>> >>
>> >> Thanks,
>> >> -Jehanzeb
>> >>
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> Yves Renard (address@hidden) tel : (33) 04.72.43.87.08
> Pole de Mathematiques, INSA-Lyon fax : (33) 04.72.43.85.29
> 20, rue Albert Einstein
> 69621 Villeurbanne Cedex, FRANCE
> http://math.univ-lyon1.fr/~renard
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