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 From: Domenico Notaro Subject: Re: [Getfem-users] Assembly of rectangular matrix: order of trial and test FE spaces Date: Sun, 8 Nov 2015 17:08:54 +0000

Dear Professor Renard,

thank you for your prompt reply. Actually, the solution you suggest me was
exactly my first attempt (a), apart from a stupid typing error (obviously it

But this assembly routine returns a mf_u.nb_dof() x mf_p.nb_dof() matrix while
I need the transposed... That's why I arrived to option (b), since I thought
the dimensions of output matrix follow from the order of mesh_fem pushes.

Finally, if I have understood you correctly, in the main file I have to:
- define a blank transposed matrix: sparse_matrix_type D(mf_u.nb_dof(),
mf_p.nb_dof());
- call the assembly routine (a) over this matrix D
- use gmm::transposed(D) every time I need the matrix D=\int DIV(u).q
And I am supposed to do the same for every rectangular matrix assembly?

Best regards,
Domenico

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Inviato: domenica 8 novembre 2015 17.19
A: Domenico Notaro
Cc: getfem-users
Oggetto: Re: [Getfem-users] Assembly of rectangular matrix: order of trial and
test FE spaces

Dear Domenico,

The assembly in the low-level generic assembly should be

generic_assembly assem("M$1(#1,#2)+=comp(vGrad(#1).Base(#2))(:,i,i,:);"); assem.push_mi(mim); assem.push_mf(mf_u); assem.push_mf(mf_p); assem.push_mat(M); assem.assembly(rg); (You have it in getfem_assembling.h for instance at lines 769 (asm_stokes_B). Note that you can obtain this also with the high-level generic assembly with an assembly string of the form "Div_Test_u*Test_p". Yves. ----- Mail original ----- De: "Domenico Notaro" <address@hidden> À: "getfem-users" <address@hidden> Envoyé: Samedi 7 Novembre 2015 12:45:32 Objet: [Getfem-users] Assembly of rectangular matrix: order of trial and test FE spaces Dear GetFEM users, I would like to have a double-check on a very basic issue, that is the order of trial and test spaces in rectangular matrix assembly. In particular, which of the following assembly routines returns the matrix$ M = \int DIV(u).q $where u is the trial mf_u function and q is the test mf_p function? (a) generic_assembly assem("M$1(#1,#2)+=comp(vBase(#1).Normal().Base(#2))(:,i,i,:);");
assem.push_mi(mim);
assem.push_mf(mf_u);
assem.push_mf(mf_p);
assem.push_mat(M);
assem.assembly(rg);

(b)

generic_assembly
assem("M$1(#2,#1)+=comp(vBase(#2).Normal().Base(#1))(:,i,i,:);"); assem.push_mi(mim); assem.push_mf(mf_p); assem.push_mf(mf_u); assem.push_mat(M); assem.assembly(rg); (c) generic_assembly assem("M$1(#1,#2)+=comp(Base(#1).vBase(#2).Normal())(:,:,i,i);");
assem.push_mi(mim);
assem.push_mf(mf_p);

assem.push_mf(mf_u);
assem.push_mat(M);
assem.assembly(rg);

I want to build a matrix M with mf_p.nb_dof() rows and mf_u.nb_dof() columns
(i.e. in the main file I have " sparse_matrix_type M(mf_p.nb_dof(),
mf_u.nb_dof()); ")

Domenico

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