Reference documentation for deal.II version 9.6.0

#include <deal.II/fe/fe_values.h>
Public Member Functions  
FEFaceValuesBase (const unsigned int dofs_per_cell, const UpdateFlags update_flags, const Mapping< dim, spacedim > &mapping, const FiniteElement< dim, spacedim > &fe, const Quadrature< dim  1 > &quadrature)  
FEFaceValuesBase (const unsigned int dofs_per_cell, const UpdateFlags update_flags, const Mapping< dim, spacedim > &mapping, const FiniteElement< dim, spacedim > &fe, const hp::QCollection< dim  1 > &quadrature)  
const Tensor< 1, spacedim > &  boundary_form (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< Tensor< 1, spacedim > > &  get_boundary_forms () const 
unsigned int  get_face_number () const 
unsigned int  get_face_index () const 
const Quadrature< dim  1 > &  get_quadrature () const 
std::size_t  memory_consumption () const 
void  always_allow_check_for_cell_similarity (const bool allow) 
template<class Archive >  
void  serialize (Archive &ar, const unsigned int version) 
Access to shape function values  
These fields are filled by the finite element.  
const double &  shape_value (const unsigned int i, const unsigned int q_point) const 
double  shape_value_component (const unsigned int i, const unsigned int q_point, const unsigned int component) const 
const Tensor< 1, spacedim > &  shape_grad (const unsigned int i, const unsigned int q_point) const 
Tensor< 1, spacedim >  shape_grad_component (const unsigned int i, const unsigned int q_point, const unsigned int component) const 
const Tensor< 2, spacedim > &  shape_hessian (const unsigned int i, const unsigned int q_point) const 
Tensor< 2, spacedim >  shape_hessian_component (const unsigned int i, const unsigned int q_point, const unsigned int component) const 
const Tensor< 3, spacedim > &  shape_3rd_derivative (const unsigned int i, const unsigned int q_point) const 
Tensor< 3, spacedim >  shape_3rd_derivative_component (const unsigned int i, const unsigned int q_point, const unsigned int component) const 
Access to values of global finite element fields  
void  get_function_values (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, std::vector< Number > &values) const 
void  get_function_values (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, std::vector< Vector< Number > > &values) const 
void  get_function_values (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, std::vector< Number > &values) const 
void  get_function_values (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, std::vector< Vector< Number > > &values) const 
void  get_function_values (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, ArrayView< std::vector< Number > > values, const bool quadrature_points_fastest) const 
Access to derivatives of global finite element fields  
void  get_function_gradients (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, std::vector< Tensor< 1, spacedim, Number > > &gradients) const 
void  get_function_gradients (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, std::vector< std::vector< Tensor< 1, spacedim, Number > > > &gradients) const 
void  get_function_gradients (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, std::vector< Tensor< 1, spacedim, Number > > &gradients) const 
void  get_function_gradients (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, ArrayView< std::vector< Tensor< 1, spacedim, Number > > > gradients, const bool quadrature_points_fastest=false) const 
Access to second derivatives  
Hessian matrices and Laplacians of global finite element fields  
void  get_function_hessians (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, std::vector< Tensor< 2, spacedim, Number > > &hessians) const 
void  get_function_hessians (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, std::vector< std::vector< Tensor< 2, spacedim, Number > > > &hessians, const bool quadrature_points_fastest=false) const 
void  get_function_hessians (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, std::vector< Tensor< 2, spacedim, Number > > &hessians) const 
void  get_function_hessians (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, ArrayView< std::vector< Tensor< 2, spacedim, Number > > > hessians, const bool quadrature_points_fastest=false) const 
void  get_function_laplacians (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, std::vector< Number > &laplacians) const 
void  get_function_laplacians (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, std::vector< Vector< Number > > &laplacians) const 
void  get_function_laplacians (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, std::vector< Number > &laplacians) const 
void  get_function_laplacians (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, std::vector< Vector< Number > > &laplacians) const 
void  get_function_laplacians (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, std::vector< std::vector< Number > > &laplacians, const bool quadrature_points_fastest=false) const 
Access to third derivatives of global finite element fields  
void  get_function_third_derivatives (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, std::vector< Tensor< 3, spacedim, Number > > &third_derivatives) const 
void  get_function_third_derivatives (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, std::vector< std::vector< Tensor< 3, spacedim, Number > > > &third_derivatives, const bool quadrature_points_fastest=false) const 
void  get_function_third_derivatives (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, std::vector< Tensor< 3, spacedim, Number > > &third_derivatives) const 
void  get_function_third_derivatives (const ReadVector< Number > &fe_function, const ArrayView< const types::global_dof_index > &indices, ArrayView< std::vector< Tensor< 3, spacedim, Number > > > third_derivatives, const bool quadrature_points_fastest=false) const 
Cell degrees of freedom  
std_cxx20::ranges::iota_view< unsigned int, unsigned int >  dof_indices () const 
std_cxx20::ranges::iota_view< unsigned int, unsigned int >  dof_indices_starting_at (const unsigned int start_dof_index) const 
std_cxx20::ranges::iota_view< unsigned int, unsigned int >  dof_indices_ending_at (const unsigned int end_dof_index) const 
Geometry of the cell  
std_cxx20::ranges::iota_view< unsigned int, unsigned int >  quadrature_point_indices () const 
const Point< spacedim > &  quadrature_point (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< Point< spacedim > > &  get_quadrature_points () const 
double  JxW (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< double > &  get_JxW_values () const 
const DerivativeForm< 1, dim, spacedim > &  jacobian (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< DerivativeForm< 1, dim, spacedim > > &  get_jacobians () const 
const DerivativeForm< 2, dim, spacedim > &  jacobian_grad (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< DerivativeForm< 2, dim, spacedim > > &  get_jacobian_grads () const 
const Tensor< 3, spacedim > &  jacobian_pushed_forward_grad (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< Tensor< 3, spacedim > > &  get_jacobian_pushed_forward_grads () const 
const DerivativeForm< 3, dim, spacedim > &  jacobian_2nd_derivative (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< DerivativeForm< 3, dim, spacedim > > &  get_jacobian_2nd_derivatives () const 
const Tensor< 4, spacedim > &  jacobian_pushed_forward_2nd_derivative (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< Tensor< 4, spacedim > > &  get_jacobian_pushed_forward_2nd_derivatives () const 
const DerivativeForm< 4, dim, spacedim > &  jacobian_3rd_derivative (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< DerivativeForm< 4, dim, spacedim > > &  get_jacobian_3rd_derivatives () const 
const Tensor< 5, spacedim > &  jacobian_pushed_forward_3rd_derivative (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< Tensor< 5, spacedim > > &  get_jacobian_pushed_forward_3rd_derivatives () const 
const DerivativeForm< 1, spacedim, dim > &  inverse_jacobian (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< DerivativeForm< 1, spacedim, dim > > &  get_inverse_jacobians () const 
const Tensor< 1, spacedim > &  normal_vector (const unsigned int q_point) const 
const std::vector< Tensor< 1, spacedim > > &  get_normal_vectors () const 
Extractors Methods to extract individual components  
const FEValuesViews::Scalar< dim, spacedim > &  operator[] (const FEValuesExtractors::Scalar &scalar) const 
const FEValuesViews::Vector< dim, spacedim > &  operator[] (const FEValuesExtractors::Vector &vector) const 
const FEValuesViews::SymmetricTensor< 2, dim, spacedim > &  operator[] (const FEValuesExtractors::SymmetricTensor< 2 > &tensor) const 
const FEValuesViews::Tensor< 2, dim, spacedim > &  operator[] (const FEValuesExtractors::Tensor< 2 > &tensor) const 
Access to the raw data  
const Mapping< dim, spacedim > &  get_mapping () const 
const FiniteElement< dim, spacedim > &  get_fe () const 
UpdateFlags  get_update_flags () const 
Triangulation< dim, spacedim >::cell_iterator  get_cell () const 
CellSimilarity::Similarity  get_cell_similarity () const 
Subscriptor functionality  
Classes derived from Subscriptor provide a facility to subscribe to this object. This is mostly used by the SmartPointer class.  
void  subscribe (std::atomic< bool > *const validity, const std::string &identifier="") const 
void  unsubscribe (std::atomic< bool > *const validity, const std::string &identifier="") const 
unsigned int  n_subscriptions () const 
template<typename StreamType >  
void  list_subscribers (StreamType &stream) const 
void  list_subscribers () const 
Static Public Member Functions  
static ::ExceptionBase &  ExcAccessToUninitializedField (std::string arg1) 
static ::ExceptionBase &  ExcNotReinited () 
static ::ExceptionBase &  ExcFEDontMatch () 
static ::ExceptionBase &  ExcShapeFunctionNotPrimitive (int arg1) 
static ::ExceptionBase &  ExcFENotPrimitive () 
static ::ExceptionBase &  ExcInUse (int arg1, std::string arg2, std::string arg3) 
static ::ExceptionBase &  ExcNoSubscriber (std::string arg1, std::string arg2) 
Public Attributes  
const unsigned int  n_quadrature_points 
const unsigned int  max_n_quadrature_points 
const unsigned int  dofs_per_cell 
Static Public Attributes  
static constexpr unsigned int  integral_dimension = dim  1 
static constexpr unsigned int  dimension 
static constexpr unsigned int  space_dimension 
Protected Member Functions  
void  invalidate_present_cell () 
void  maybe_invalidate_previous_present_cell (const typename Triangulation< dim, spacedim >::cell_iterator &cell) 
UpdateFlags  compute_update_flags (const UpdateFlags update_flags) const 
void  check_cell_similarity (const typename Triangulation< dim, spacedim >::cell_iterator &cell) 
Protected Attributes  
unsigned int  present_face_no 
unsigned int  present_face_index 
const hp::QCollection< dim  1 >  quadrature 
CellIteratorWrapper  present_cell 
boost::signals2::connection  tria_listener_refinement 
boost::signals2::connection  tria_listener_mesh_transform 
const SmartPointer< const Mapping< dim, spacedim >, FEValuesBase< dim, spacedim > >  mapping 
std::unique_ptr< typename Mapping< dim, spacedim >::InternalDataBase >  mapping_data 
internal::FEValuesImplementation::MappingRelatedData< dim, spacedim >  mapping_output 
const SmartPointer< const FiniteElement< dim, spacedim >, FEValuesBase< dim, spacedim > >  fe 
std::unique_ptr< typename FiniteElement< dim, spacedim >::InternalDataBase >  fe_data 
::internal::FEValuesImplementation::FiniteElementRelatedData< dim, spacedim >  finite_element_output 
UpdateFlags  update_flags 
CellSimilarity::Similarity  cell_similarity 
Private Types  
using  map_value_type = decltype(counter_map)::value_type 
using  map_iterator = decltype(counter_map)::iterator 
Private Member Functions  
void  check_no_subscribers () const noexcept 
Private Attributes  
::internal::FEValuesViews::Cache< dim, spacedim >  fe_values_views_cache 
bool  check_for_cell_similarity_allowed 
std::atomic< unsigned int >  counter 
std::map< std::string, unsigned int >  counter_map 
std::vector< std::atomic< bool > * >  validity_pointers 
const std::type_info *  object_info 
Static Private Attributes  
static std::mutex  mutex 
Extend the interface of FEValuesBase to values that only make sense when evaluating something on the surface of a cell. All the data that is available in the interior of cells is also available here.
See FEValuesBase
Definition at line 201 of file fe_values.h.

privateinherited 
The data type used in counter_map.
Definition at line 229 of file subscriptor.h.

privateinherited 
The iterator type used in counter_map.
Definition at line 234 of file subscriptor.h.
FEFaceValuesBase< dim, spacedim >::FEFaceValuesBase  (  const unsigned int  dofs_per_cell, 
const UpdateFlags  update_flags,  
const Mapping< dim, spacedim > &  mapping,  
const FiniteElement< dim, spacedim > &  fe,  
const Quadrature< dim  1 > &  quadrature ) 
Constructor. Call the constructor of the base class and set up the arrays of this class with the right sizes. Actually filling these arrays is a duty of the derived class's constructors.
n_faces_or_subfaces
is the number of faces or subfaces that this object is to store. The actual number depends on the derived class, for FEFaceValues it is 2*dim
, while for the FESubfaceValues class it is 2*dim*(1<<(dim1))
, i.e. the number of faces times the number of subfaces per face.
FEFaceValuesBase< dim, spacedim >::FEFaceValuesBase  (  const unsigned int  dofs_per_cell, 
const UpdateFlags  update_flags,  
const Mapping< dim, spacedim > &  mapping,  
const FiniteElement< dim, spacedim > &  fe,  
const hp::QCollection< dim  1 > &  quadrature ) 
Like the function above, but taking a collection of quadrature rules. This allows to assign each face a different quadrature rule. In the case that the collection only contains a single face quadrature, this quadrature rule is use on all faces.
const Tensor< 1, spacedim > & FEFaceValuesBase< dim, spacedim >::boundary_form  (  const unsigned int  q_point  )  const 
Boundary form of the transformation of the cell at the q_point
th quadrature point. See GlossBoundaryForm.
update_boundary_forms
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. const std::vector< Tensor< 1, spacedim > > & FEFaceValuesBase< dim, spacedim >::get_boundary_forms  (  )  const 
Return the list of outward normal vectors times the Jacobian of the surface mapping.
update_boundary_forms
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. unsigned int FEFaceValuesBase< dim, spacedim >::get_face_number  (  )  const 
Return the number of the face selected the last time the reinit() function was called.
unsigned int FEFaceValuesBase< dim, spacedim >::get_face_index  (  )  const 
Return the index of the face selected the last time the reinit() function was called.
const Quadrature< dim  1 > & FEFaceValuesBase< dim, spacedim >::get_quadrature  (  )  const 
Return a reference to the copy of the quadrature formula stored by this object.
std::size_t FEFaceValuesBase< dim, spacedim >::memory_consumption  (  )  const 
Determine an estimate for the memory consumption (in bytes) of this object.

inherited 
Explicitly allow to check for cell similarity. The detection of simple geometries with CellSimilarity is sensitive to the first cell detected. When using multiple threads, each thread might get a thread local copy of the FEValues object that is initialized to the first cell the thread sees. As this cell might be different between runs and number of threads used, this slight deviation leads to difference in roundoff errors that propagate through the program. Therefore, deal.II disables the CellSimilarity check by default in programs that use more than one thread. This function can be used to disable this behavior: When called, FEValues objects will always do the similarity check, even in cases where the program uses multiple threads. This substantially accelerates the operations of FEValues because many operations can be avoided if a cell is, for example, just a translation of the previous cell. On the other hand, you might get results that differ by an amount proportional to roundoff between the case of using or not using cell similarity information, and because the order of cells assigned to individual threads may differ from run to run, when you call this function you may end up with results that differ by roundoff between runs of the same program.
Definition at line 247 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Value of a shape function at a quadrature point on the cell, face or subface selected the last time the reinit
function of the derived class was called.
If the shape function is vectorvalued, then this returns the only nonzero component. If the shape function has more than one nonzero component (i.e. it is not primitive), then throw an exception of type ExcShapeFunctionNotPrimitive. In that case, use the shape_value_component() function.
i  Number of the shape function \(\varphi_i\) to be evaluated. Note that this number runs from zero to dofs_per_cell, even in the case of an FEFaceValues or FESubfaceValues object. 
q_point  Number of the quadrature point at which function is to be evaluated 
update_values
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Compute one vector component of the value of a shape function at a quadrature point. If the finite element is scalar, then only component zero is allowed and the return value equals that of the shape_value() function. If the finite element is vector valued but all shape functions are primitive (i.e. they are nonzero in only one component), then the value returned by shape_value() equals that of this function for exactly one component. This function is therefore only of greater interest if the shape function is not primitive, but then it is necessary since the other function cannot be used.
i  Number of the shape function \(\varphi_i\) to be evaluated. 
q_point  Number of the quadrature point at which function is to be evaluated. 
component  vector component to be evaluated. 
update_values
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Compute the gradient of the i
th shape function at the quadrature_point
th quadrature point with respect to real cell coordinates. If you want to get the derivative in one of the coordinate directions, use the appropriate function of the Tensor class to extract one component of the Tensor returned by this function. Since only a reference to the gradient's value is returned, there should be no major performance drawback.
If the shape function is vectorvalued, then this returns the only nonzero component. If the shape function has more than one nonzero component (i.e. it is not primitive), then it will throw an exception of type ExcShapeFunctionNotPrimitive. In that case, use the shape_grad_component() function.
The same holds for the arguments of this function as for the shape_value() function.
i  Number of the shape function \(\varphi_i\) to be evaluated. 
q_point  Number of the quadrature point at which function is to be evaluated. 
update_gradients
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return one vector component of the gradient of a shape function at a quadrature point. If the finite element is scalar, then only component zero is allowed and the return value equals that of the shape_grad() function. If the finite element is vector valued but all shape functions are primitive (i.e. they are nonzero in only one component), then the value returned by shape_grad() equals that of this function for exactly one component. This function is therefore only of greater interest if the shape function is not primitive, but then it is necessary since the other function cannot be used.
The same holds for the arguments of this function as for the shape_value_component() function.
update_gradients
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Second derivatives of the i
th shape function at the q_point
th quadrature point with respect to real cell coordinates. If you want to get the derivatives in one of the coordinate directions, use the appropriate function of the Tensor class to extract one component. Since only a reference to the hessian values is returned, there should be no major performance drawback.
If the shape function is vectorvalued, then this returns the only nonzero component. If the shape function has more than one nonzero component (i.e. it is not primitive), then throw an exception of type ExcShapeFunctionNotPrimitive. In that case, use the shape_hessian_component() function.
The same holds for the arguments of this function as for the shape_value() function.
update_hessians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return one vector component of the hessian of a shape function at a quadrature point. If the finite element is scalar, then only component zero is allowed and the return value equals that of the shape_hessian() function. If the finite element is vector valued but all shape functions are primitive (i.e. they are nonzero in only one component), then the value returned by shape_hessian() equals that of this function for exactly one component. This function is therefore only of greater interest if the shape function is not primitive, but then it is necessary since the other function cannot be used.
The same holds for the arguments of this function as for the shape_value_component() function.
update_hessians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Third derivatives of the i
th shape function at the q_point
th quadrature point with respect to real cell coordinates. If you want to get the 3rd derivatives in one of the coordinate directions, use the appropriate function of the Tensor class to extract one component. Since only a reference to the 3rd derivative values is returned, there should be no major performance drawback.
If the shape function is vectorvalued, then this returns the only nonzero component. If the shape function has more than one nonzero component (i.e. it is not primitive), then throw an exception of type ExcShapeFunctionNotPrimitive. In that case, use the shape_3rdderivative_component() function.
The same holds for the arguments of this function as for the shape_value() function.
update_3rd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return one vector component of the third derivative of a shape function at a quadrature point. If the finite element is scalar, then only component zero is allowed and the return value equals that of the shape_3rdderivative() function. If the finite element is vector valued but all shape functions are primitive (i.e. they are nonzero in only one component), then the value returned by shape_3rdderivative() equals that of this function for exactly one component. This function is therefore only of greater interest if the shape function is not primitive, but then it is necessary since the other function cannot be used.
The same holds for the arguments of this function as for the shape_value_component() function.
update_3rd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return the values of a finite element function at the quadrature points of the current cell, face, or subface (selected the last time the reinit() function was called). That is, if the first argument fe_function
is a vector of nodal values of a finite element function \(u_h(\mathbf x)\) defined on a DoFHandler object, then the output vector (the second argument, values
) is the vector of values \(u_h(\mathbf x_q^K)\) where \(x_q^K\) are the quadrature points on the current cell \(K\). This function is first discussed in the Results section of step4, and the related get_function_gradients() function is also used in step15 along with numerous other tutorial programs.
If the current cell is not active (i.e., it has children), then the finite element function is, strictly speaking, defined by shape functions that live on these child cells. Rather than evaluating the shape functions on the child cells, with the quadrature points defined on the current cell, this function first interpolates the finite element function to shape functions defined on the current cell, and then evaluates this interpolated function.
This function may only be used if the finite element in use is a scalar one, i.e. has only one vector component. To get values of multicomponent elements, there is another get_function_values() below, returning a vector of vectors of results.
[in]  fe_function  A vector of values that describes (globally) the finite element function that this function should evaluate at the quadrature points of the current cell. 
[out]  values  The values of the function specified by fe_function at the quadrature points of the current cell. The object is assume to already have the correct size. The data type stored by this output vector must be what you get when you multiply the values of shape function times the type used to store the values of the unknowns \(U_j\) of your finite element vector \(U\) (represented by the fe_function argument). This happens to be equal to the type of the elements of the solution vector. 
values[q]
will contain the value of the field described by fe_function at the \(q\)th quadrature point.update_values
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 487 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function does the same as the other get_function_values(), but applied to multicomponent (vectorvalued) elements. The meaning of the arguments is as explained there.
values[q]
is a vector of values of the field described by fe_function at the \(q\)th quadrature point. The size of the vector accessed by values[q]
equals the number of components of the finite element, i.e. values[q](c)
returns the value of the \(c\)th vector component at the \(q\)th quadrature point.update_values
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 505 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Generate function values from an arbitrary vector. This function does in essence the same as the first function of this name above, except that it does not make the assumption that the input vector corresponds to a DoFHandler that describes the unknowns of a finite element field (and for which we would then assume that fe_function.size() == dof_handler.n_dofs()
). Rather, the nodal values corresponding to the current cell are elements of an otherwise arbitrary vector, and these elements are indexed by the second argument to this function. What the rest of the fe_function
input argument corresponds to is of no consequence to this function.
Given this, the function above corresponds to passing fe_function
as first argument to the current function, and using the local_dof_indices
array that results from the following call as second argument to the current function:
(See DoFCellAccessor::get_dof_indices() for more information.)
Likewise, the function above is equivalent to calling
and then calling the current function with local_dof_values
as first argument, and an array with indices {0,...,fe.dofs_per_cell1}
as second argument.
The point of the current function is that one sometimes wants to evaluate finite element functions at quadrature points with nodal values that are not stored in a global vector – for example, one could modify these local values first, such as by applying a limiter or by ensuring that all nodal values are positive, before evaluating the finite element field that corresponds to these local values on the current cell. Another application is where one wants to postprocess the solution on a cell into a different finite element space on every cell, without actually creating a corresponding DoFHandler – in that case, all one would compute is a local representation of that postprocessed function, characterized by its nodal values; this function then allows the evaluation of that representation at quadrature points.
[in]  fe_function  A vector of nodal values. This vector can have an arbitrary size, as long as all elements index by indices can actually be accessed. 
[in]  indices  A vector of indices into fe_function . This vector must have length equal to the number of degrees of freedom on the current cell, and must identify elements in fe_function in the order in which degrees of freedom are indexed on the reference cell. 
[out]  values  A vector of values of the given finite element field, at the quadrature points on the current object. 
update_values
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 566 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Generate vector function values from an arbitrary vector.
This function corresponds to the previous one, just for the vectorvalued case.
update_values
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 580 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Generate vector function values from an arbitrary vector. This function is similar to the previous one, but the indices
vector may also be a multiple of the number of dofs per cell. Then, the vectors in value
should allow for the same multiple of the components of the finite element.
Depending on the value of the last argument, the outer vector of values
has either the length of the quadrature rule (quadrature_points_fastest == false
) or the length of components to be filled quadrature_points_fastest == true
. If p
is the current quadrature point number and i
is the vector component of the solution desired, the access to values
is values[p][i]
if quadrature_points_fastest == false
, and values[i][p]
otherwise.
Since this function allows for fairly general combinations of argument sizes, be aware that the checks on the arguments may not detect errors.
update_values
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 608 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Return the gradients of a finite element function at the quadrature points of the current cell, face, or subface (selected the last time the reinit() function was called). That is, if the first argument fe_function
is a vector of nodal values of a finite element function \(u_h(\mathbf x)\) defined on a DoFHandler object, then the output vector (the second argument, values
) is the vector of values \(\nabla u_h(\mathbf x_q^K)\) where \(x_q^K\) are the quadrature points on the current cell \(K\). This function is first discussed in the Results section of step4, and it is also used in step15 along with numerous other tutorial programs.
This function may only be used if the finite element in use is a scalar one, i.e. has only one vector component. There is a corresponding function of the same name for vectorvalued finite elements.
[in]  fe_function  A vector of values that describes (globally) the finite element function that this function should evaluate at the quadrature points of the current cell. 
[out]  gradients  The gradients of the function specified by fe_function at the quadrature points of the current cell. The gradients are computed in real space (as opposed to on the unit cell). The object is assume to already have the correct size. The data type stored by this output vector must be what you get when you multiply the gradients of shape function times the type used to store the values of the unknowns \(U_j\) of your finite element vector \(U\) (represented by the fe_function argument). 
gradients[q]
will contain the gradient of the field described by fe_function at the \(q\)th quadrature point. gradients[q][d]
represents the derivative in coordinate direction \(d\) at quadrature point \(q\).update_gradients
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 661 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function does the same as the other get_function_gradients(), but applied to multicomponent (vectorvalued) elements. The meaning of the arguments is as explained there.
gradients[q]
is a vector of gradients of the field described by fe_function at the \(q\)th quadrature point. The size of the vector accessed by gradients[q]
equals the number of components of the finite element, i.e. gradients[q][c]
returns the gradient of the \(c\)th vector component at the \(q\)th quadrature point. Consequently, gradients[q][c][d]
is the derivative in coordinate direction \(d\) of the \(c\)th vector component of the vector field at quadrature point \(q\) of the current cell.update_gradients
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 683 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function relates to the first of the get_function_gradients() function above in the same way as the get_function_values() with similar arguments relates to the first of the get_function_values() functions. See there for more information.
update_gradients
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 697 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function relates to the first of the get_function_gradients() function above in the same way as the get_function_values() with similar arguments relates to the first of the get_function_values() functions. See there for more information.
update_gradients
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 712 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Compute the tensor of second derivatives of a finite element at the quadrature points of a cell. This function is the equivalent of the corresponding get_function_values() function (see there for more information) but evaluates the finite element field's second derivatives instead of its value.
This function may only be used if the finite element in use is a scalar one, i.e. has only one vector component. There is a corresponding function of the same name for vectorvalued finite elements.
[in]  fe_function  A vector of values that describes (globally) the finite element function that this function should evaluate at the quadrature points of the current cell. 
[out]  hessians  The Hessians of the function specified by fe_function at the quadrature points of the current cell. The Hessians are computed in real space (as opposed to on the unit cell). The object is assume to already have the correct size. The data type stored by this output vector must be what you get when you multiply the Hessians of shape function times the type used to store the values of the unknowns \(U_j\) of your finite element vector \(U\) (represented by the fe_function argument). 
hessians[q]
will contain the Hessian of the field described by fe_function at the \(q\)th quadrature point. hessians[q][i][j]
represents the \((i,j)\)th component of the matrix of second derivatives at quadrature point \(q\).update_hessians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 763 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function does the same as the other get_function_hessians(), but applied to multicomponent (vectorvalued) elements. The meaning of the arguments is as explained there.
hessians[q]
is a vector of Hessians of the field described by fe_function at the \(q\)th quadrature point. The size of the vector accessed by hessians[q]
equals the number of components of the finite element, i.e. hessians[q][c]
returns the Hessian of the \(c\)th vector component at the \(q\)th quadrature point. Consequently, hessians[q][c][i][j]
is the \((i,j)\)th component of the matrix of second derivatives of the \(c\)th vector component of the vector field at quadrature point \(q\) of the current cell.update_hessians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 786 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function relates to the first of the get_function_hessians() function above in the same way as the get_function_values() with similar arguments relates to the first of the get_function_values() functions. See there for more information.
update_hessians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 801 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function relates to the first of the get_function_hessians() function above in the same way as the get_function_values() with similar arguments relates to the first of the get_function_values() functions. See there for more information.
update_hessians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 816 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Compute the (scalar) Laplacian (i.e. the trace of the tensor of second derivatives) of a finite element at the quadrature points of a cell. This function is the equivalent of the corresponding get_function_values() function (see there for more information) but evaluates the finite element field's second derivatives instead of its value.
This function may only be used if the finite element in use is a scalar one, i.e. has only one vector component. There is a corresponding function of the same name for vectorvalued finite elements.
[in]  fe_function  A vector of values that describes (globally) the finite element function that this function should evaluate at the quadrature points of the current cell. 
[out]  laplacians  The Laplacians of the function specified by fe_function at the quadrature points of the current cell. The Laplacians are computed in real space (as opposed to on the unit cell). The object is assume to already have the correct size. The data type stored by this output vector must be what you get when you multiply the Laplacians of shape function times the type used to store the values of the unknowns \(U_j\) of your finite element vector \(U\) (represented by the fe_function argument). This happens to be equal to the type of the elements of the input vector. 
laplacians[q]
will contain the Laplacian of the field described by fe_function at the \(q\)th quadrature point.laplacians[q]=trace(hessians[q])
, where hessians
would be the output of the get_function_hessians() function.update_hessians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 864 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function does the same as the other get_function_laplacians(), but applied to multicomponent (vectorvalued) elements. The meaning of the arguments is as explained there.
laplacians[q]
is a vector of Laplacians of the field described by fe_function at the \(q\)th quadrature point. The size of the vector accessed by laplacians[q]
equals the number of components of the finite element, i.e. laplacians[q][c]
returns the Laplacian of the \(c\)th vector component at the \(q\)th quadrature point.laplacians[q][c]=trace(hessians[q][c])
, where hessians
would be the output of the get_function_hessians() function.update_hessians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 888 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function relates to the first of the get_function_laplacians() function above in the same way as the get_function_values() with similar arguments relates to the first of the get_function_values() functions. See there for more information.
update_hessians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 901 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function relates to the first of the get_function_laplacians() function above in the same way as the get_function_values() with similar arguments relates to the first of the get_function_values() functions. See there for more information.
update_hessians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 916 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function relates to the first of the get_function_laplacians() function above in the same way as the get_function_values() with similar arguments relates to the first of the get_function_values() functions. See there for more information.
update_hessians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 931 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Compute the tensor of third derivatives of a finite element at the quadrature points of a cell. This function is the equivalent of the corresponding get_function_values() function (see there for more information) but evaluates the finite element field's third derivatives instead of its value.
This function may only be used if the finite element in use is a scalar one, i.e. has only one vector component. There is a corresponding function of the same name for vectorvalued finite elements.
[in]  fe_function  A vector of values that describes (globally) the finite element function that this function should evaluate at the quadrature points of the current cell. 
[out]  third_derivatives  The third derivatives of the function specified by fe_function at the quadrature points of the current cell. The third derivatives are computed in real space (as opposed to on the unit cell). The object is assumed to already have the correct size. The data type stored by this output vector must be what you get when you multiply the third derivatives of shape function times the type used to store the values of the unknowns \(U_j\) of your finite element vector \(U\) (represented by the fe_function argument). 
third_derivatives[q]
will contain the third derivatives of the field described by fe_function at the \(q\)th quadrature point. third_derivatives[q][i][j][k]
represents the \((i,j,k)\)th component of the 3rd order tensor of third derivatives at quadrature point \(q\).update_3rd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 981 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function does the same as the other get_function_third_derivatives(), but applied to multicomponent (vectorvalued) elements. The meaning of the arguments is as explained there.
third_derivatives[q]
is a vector of third derivatives of the field described by fe_function at the \(q\)th quadrature point. The size of the vector accessed by third_derivatives[q]
equals the number of components of the finite element, i.e. third_derivatives[q][c]
returns the third derivative of the \(c\)th vector component at the \(q\)th quadrature point. Consequently, third_derivatives[q][c][i][j][k]
is the \((i,j,k)\)th component of the tensor of third derivatives of the \(c\)th vector component of the vector field at quadrature point \(q\) of the current cell.update_3rd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 1006 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function relates to the first of the get_function_third_derivatives() function above in the same way as the get_function_values() with similar arguments relates to the first of the get_function_values() functions. See there for more information.
update_3rd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 1021 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
This function relates to the first of the get_function_third_derivatives() function above in the same way as the get_function_values() with similar arguments relates to the first of the get_function_values() functions. See there for more information.
update_3rd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 1036 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Return an object that can be thought of as an array containing all indices from zero (inclusive) to dofs_per_cell
(exclusive). This allows one to write code using rangebased for
loops of the following kind:
Here, we are looping over all degrees of freedom on all cells, with i
and j
taking on all valid indices for cell degrees of freedom, as defined by the finite element passed to fe_values
.

inherited 
Return an object that can be thought of as an array containing all indices from start_dof_index
(inclusive) to dofs_per_cell
(exclusive). This allows one to write code using rangebased for
loops of the following kind:
Here, we are looping over all local degrees of freedom on all cells, with i
taking on all valid indices for cell degrees of freedom, as defined by the finite element passed to fe_values
, and j
taking on a specified subset of i
's range, starting at i
itself and ending at the number of cell degrees of freedom. In this way, we can construct the upper half and the diagonal of a stiffness matrix contribution (assuming it is symmetric, and that only one half of it needs to be computed), for example.
start_dof_index
is equal to the number of DoFs in the cell, then the returned index range is empty.

inherited 
Return an object that can be thought of as an array containing all indices from zero (inclusive) to end_dof_index
(inclusive). This allows one to write code using rangebased for
loops of the following kind:
Here, we are looping over all local degrees of freedom on all cells, with i
taking on all valid indices for cell degrees of freedom, as defined by the finite element passed to fe_values
, and j
taking on a specified subset of i
's range, starting at zero and ending at i
itself. In this way, we can construct the lower half and the diagonal of a stiffness matrix contribution (assuming it is symmetric, and that only one half of it needs to be computed), for example.
end_dof_index
is equal to zero, then the returned index range is empty.

inherited 
Return an object that can be thought of as an array containing all indices from zero to n_quadrature_points
. This allows to write code using rangebased for
loops of the following kind:
Here, we are looping over all quadrature points on all cells, with q_point
taking on all valid indices for quadrature points, as defined by the quadrature rule passed to fe_values
.

inherited 
Return the location of the q_point
th quadrature point in real space.
update_quadrature_points
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return a reference to the vector of quadrature points in real space.
update_quadrature_points
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Mapped quadrature weight. If this object refers to a volume evaluation (i.e. the derived class is of type FEValues), then this is the Jacobi determinant times the weight of the q_point
th unit quadrature point.
For surface evaluations (i.e. classes FEFaceValues or FESubfaceValues), it is the mapped surface element times the weight of the quadrature point.
You can think of the quantity returned by this function as the volume or surface element \(dx, ds\) in the integral that we implement here by quadrature.
update_JxW_values
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return a reference to the array holding the values returned by JxW().

inherited 
Return the Jacobian of the transformation at the specified quadrature point, i.e. \(J_{ij}=dx_i/d\hat x_j\)
update_jacobians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return a reference to the array holding the values returned by jacobian().
update_jacobians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return the second derivative of the transformation from unit to real cell, i.e. the first derivative of the Jacobian, at the specified quadrature point, i.e. \(G_{ijk}=dJ_{jk}/d\hat x_i\).
update_jacobian_grads
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return a reference to the array holding the values returned by jacobian_grads().
update_jacobian_grads
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return the second derivative of the transformation from unit to real cell, i.e. the first derivative of the Jacobian, at the specified quadrature point, pushed forward to the real cell coordinates, i.e. \(G_{ijk}=dJ_{iJ}/d\hat x_K (J_{jJ})^{1} (J_{kK})^{1}\).
update_jacobian_pushed_forward_grads
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return a reference to the array holding the values returned by jacobian_pushed_forward_grads().
update_jacobian_pushed_forward_grads
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return the third derivative of the transformation from unit to real cell, i.e. the second derivative of the Jacobian, at the specified quadrature point, i.e. \(G_{ijkl}=\frac{d^2J_{ij}}{d\hat x_k d\hat x_l}\).
update_jacobian_2nd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return a reference to the array holding the values returned by jacobian_2nd_derivatives().
update_jacobian_2nd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return the third derivative of the transformation from unit to real cell, i.e. the second derivative of the Jacobian, at the specified quadrature point, pushed forward to the real cell coordinates, i.e. \(G_{ijkl}=\frac{d^2J_{iJ}}{d\hat x_K d\hat x_L} (J_{jJ})^{1} (J_{kK})^{1}(J_{lL})^{1}\).
update_jacobian_pushed_forward_2nd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return a reference to the array holding the values returned by jacobian_pushed_forward_2nd_derivatives().
update_jacobian_pushed_forward_2nd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return the fourth derivative of the transformation from unit to real cell, i.e. the third derivative of the Jacobian, at the specified quadrature point, i.e. \(G_{ijklm}=\frac{d^2J_{ij}}{d\hat x_k d\hat x_l d\hat x_m}\).
update_jacobian_3rd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return a reference to the array holding the values returned by jacobian_3rd_derivatives().
update_jacobian_3rd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return the fourth derivative of the transformation from unit to real cell, i.e. the third derivative of the Jacobian, at the specified quadrature point, pushed forward to the real cell coordinates, i.e. \(G_{ijklm}=\frac{d^3J_{iJ}}{d\hat x_K d\hat x_L d\hat x_M} (J_{jJ})^{1} (J_{kK})^{1} (J_{lL})^{1} (J_{mM})^{1}\).
update_jacobian_pushed_forward_3rd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return a reference to the array holding the values returned by jacobian_pushed_forward_3rd_derivatives().
update_jacobian_pushed_forward_2nd_derivatives
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return the inverse Jacobian of the transformation at the specified quadrature point, i.e. \(J_{ij}=d\hat x_i/dx_j\)
update_inverse_jacobians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return a reference to the array holding the values returned by inverse_jacobian().
update_inverse_jacobians
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return the normal vector at a quadrature point. If you call this function for a face (i.e., when using a FEFaceValues or FESubfaceValues object), then this function returns the outward normal vector to the cell at the q_point
th quadrature point of the face.
In contrast, if you call this function for a cell of codimension one (i.e., when using a FEValues<dim,spacedim>
object with spacedim>dim
), then this function returns the normal vector to the cell – in other words, an approximation to the normal vector to the manifold in which the triangulation is embedded. There are of course two normal directions to a manifold in that case, and this function returns the "up" direction as induced by the numbering of the vertices.
The length of the vector is normalized to one.
update_normal_vectors
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information.

inherited 
Return the normal vectors at all quadrature points represented by this object. See the normal_vector() function for what the normal vectors represent.
update_normal_vectors
flag must be an element of the list of UpdateFlags that you passed to the constructor of this object. See The interplay of UpdateFlags, Mapping, and FiniteElement in FEValues for more information. Definition at line 1396 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Create a view of the current FEValues object that represents a particular scalar component of the possibly vectorvalued finite element. The concept of views is explained in the documentation of the namespace FEValuesViews and in particular in the Handling vector valued problems topic.

inherited 
Create a view of the current FEValues object that represents a set of dim
scalar components (i.e. a vector) of the vectorvalued finite element. The concept of views is explained in the documentation of the namespace FEValuesViews and in particular in the Handling vector valued problems topic.

inherited 
Create a view of the current FEValues object that represents a set of (dim*dim + dim)/2
scalar components (i.e. a symmetric 2nd order tensor) of the vectorvalued finite element. The concept of views is explained in the documentation of the namespace FEValuesViews and in particular in the Handling vector valued problems topic.

inherited 
Create a view of the current FEValues object that represents a set of (dim*dim)
scalar components (i.e. a 2nd order tensor) of the vectorvalued finite element. The concept of views is explained in the documentation of the namespace FEValuesViews and in particular in the Handling vector valued problems topic.

inherited 
Constant reference to the selected mapping object.

inherited 
Constant reference to the selected finite element object.

inherited 
Return the update flags set for this object.

inherited 
Return a triangulation iterator to the current cell.
Definition at line 1476 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Return the relation of the current cell to the previous cell. This allows reuse of some cell data (like local matrices for equations with constant coefficients) if the result is CellSimilarity::translation
.
Definition at line 1484 of file fe_values_base.cc.

staticinherited 
This exception is thrown if FEValuesBase is asked to return the value of a field which was not required by the UpdateFlags for this FEValuesBase.

staticinherited 
FEValues::reinit() has not been called for any cell.

staticinherited 
Mismatch between the FEValues FiniteElement and cell>get_dof_handler().get_fe()

staticinherited 
A given shape function is not primitive, but it needs to be.

staticinherited 
The given FiniteElement is not a primitive element, see FiniteElement::is_primitive().

protectedinherited 
A function that is connected to the triangulation in order to reset the stored 'present_cell' iterator to an invalid one whenever the triangulation is changed and the iterator consequently becomes invalid.
Definition at line 1683 of file fe_values_base.cc.

protectedinherited 
This function is called by the various reinit() functions in derived classes. Given the cell indicated by the argument, test whether we have to throw away the previously stored present_cell argument because it would require us to compare cells from different triangulations. In checking all this, also make sure that we have tria_listener connected to the triangulation to which we will set present_cell right after calling this function.
Definition at line 1695 of file fe_values_base.cc.

protectedinherited 
Initialize some update flags. Called from the initialize
functions of derived classes, which are in turn called from their constructors.
Basically, this function finds out using the finite element and mapping object already stored which flags need to be set to compute everything the user wants, as expressed through the flags passed as argument.
Definition at line 1758 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inlineprotectedinherited 
A function that checks whether the new cell is similar to the one previously used. Then, a significant amount of the data can be reused, e.g. the derivatives of the basis functions in real space, shape_grad.
Definition at line 1773 of file fe_values_base.cc.

inherited 
Subscribes a user of the object by storing the pointer validity
. The subscriber may be identified by text supplied as identifier
.
Definition at line 135 of file subscriptor.cc.

inherited 
Unsubscribes a user from the object.
identifier
and the validity
pointer must be the same as the one supplied to subscribe(). Definition at line 155 of file subscriptor.cc.

inlineinherited 
Return the present number of subscriptions to this object. This allows to use this class for reference counted lifetime determination where the last one to unsubscribe also deletes the object.
Definition at line 300 of file subscriptor.h.

inlineinherited 
List the subscribers to the input stream
.
Definition at line 317 of file subscriptor.h.

inherited 
List the subscribers to deallog
.
Definition at line 203 of file subscriptor.cc.

inlineinherited 
Read or write the data of this object to or from a stream for the purpose of serialization using the BOOST serialization library.
This function does not actually serialize any of the member variables of this class. The reason is that what this class stores is only who subscribes to this object, but who does so at the time of storing the contents of this object does not necessarily have anything to do with who subscribes to the object when it is restored. Consequently, we do not want to overwrite the subscribers at the time of restoring, and then there is no reason to write the subscribers out in the first place.
Definition at line 309 of file subscriptor.h.

privatenoexceptinherited 
Check that there are no objects subscribing to this object. If this check passes then it is safe to destroy the current object. It this check fails then this function will either abort or print an error message to deallog (by using the AssertNothrow mechanism), but will not throw an exception.
Definition at line 52 of file subscriptor.cc.

staticconstexpr 
Dimension of the object over which we integrate. For the present class, this is equal to dim1
.
Definition at line 208 of file fe_values.h.

protected 
Number of the face selected the last time the reinit() function was called.
Definition at line 291 of file fe_values.h.

protected 
Index of the face selected the last time the reinit() function was called.
Definition at line 297 of file fe_values.h.

protected 
Store a copy of the quadrature formula here.
Definition at line 302 of file fe_values.h.

staticconstexprinherited 
Dimension in which this object operates.
Definition at line 160 of file fe_values_base.h.

staticconstexprinherited 
Dimension of the space in which this object operates.
Definition at line 165 of file fe_values_base.h.

inherited 
Number of quadrature points of the current object. Its value is initialized by the value of max_n_quadrature_points and is updated, e.g., if FEFaceValues::reinit() is called for a new cell/face.
Definition at line 174 of file fe_values_base.h.

inherited 
Maximum number of quadrature points. This value might be different from n_quadrature_points, e.g., if a QCollection with different face quadrature rules has been passed to initialize FEFaceValues.
This is mostly useful to initialize arrays to allocate the maximum amount of memory that may be used when resizing later on to a the current number of quadrature points given by n_quadrature_points.
Definition at line 185 of file fe_values_base.h.

inherited 
Number of shape functions per cell. If we use this base class to evaluate a finite element on faces of cells, this is still the number of degrees of freedom per cell, not per face.
Definition at line 192 of file fe_values_base.h.

protectedinherited 
Store the cell selected last time the reinit() function was called. This is necessary for the get_function_*
functions as well as the functions of same name in the extractor classes.
Definition at line 1657 of file fe_values_base.h.

protectedinherited 
A signal connection we use to ensure we get informed whenever the triangulation changes by refinement. We need to know about that because it invalidates all cell iterators and, as part of that, the 'present_cell' iterator we keep around between subsequent calls to reinit() in order to compute the cell similarity.
Definition at line 1666 of file fe_values_base.h.

protectedinherited 
A signal connection we use to ensure we get informed whenever the triangulation changes by mesh transformations. We need to know about that because it invalidates all cell iterators and, as part of that, the 'present_cell' iterator we keep around between subsequent calls to reinit() in order to compute the cell similarity.
Definition at line 1675 of file fe_values_base.h.

protectedinherited 
A pointer to the mapping object associated with this FEValues object.
Definition at line 1702 of file fe_values_base.h.

protectedinherited 
A pointer to the internal data object of mapping, obtained from Mapping::get_data(), Mapping::get_face_data(), or Mapping::get_subface_data().
Definition at line 1710 of file fe_values_base.h.

protectedinherited 
An object into which the Mapping::fill_fe_values() and similar functions place their output.
Definition at line 1717 of file fe_values_base.h.

protectedinherited 
A pointer to the finite element object associated with this FEValues object.
Definition at line 1725 of file fe_values_base.h.

protectedinherited 
A pointer to the internal data object of finite element, obtained from FiniteElement::get_data(), Mapping::get_face_data(), or FiniteElement::get_subface_data().
Definition at line 1733 of file fe_values_base.h.

protectedinherited 
An object into which the FiniteElement::fill_fe_values() and similar functions place their output.
Definition at line 1741 of file fe_values_base.h.

protectedinherited 
Original update flags handed to the constructor of FEValues.
Definition at line 1747 of file fe_values_base.h.

protectedinherited 
An enum variable that can store different states of the current cell in comparison to the previously visited cell. If wanted, additional states can be checked here and used in one of the methods used during reinit.
Definition at line 1765 of file fe_values_base.h.

privateinherited 
A cache for all possible FEValuesViews objects.
Definition at line 1780 of file fe_values_base.h.

privateinherited 
Whether checking for cell similarity is allowed.
Definition at line 1785 of file fe_values_base.h.

mutableprivateinherited 
Store the number of objects which subscribed to this object. Initially, this number is zero, and upon destruction it shall be zero again (i.e. all objects which subscribed should have unsubscribed again).
The creator (and owner) of an object is counted in the map below if HE manages to supply identification.
We use the mutable
keyword in order to allow subscription to constant objects also.
This counter may be read from and written to concurrently in multithreaded code: hence we use the std::atomic
class template.
Definition at line 218 of file subscriptor.h.

mutableprivateinherited 
In this map, we count subscriptions for each different identification string supplied to subscribe().
Definition at line 224 of file subscriptor.h.

mutableprivateinherited 
In this vector, we store pointers to the validity bool in the SmartPointer objects that subscribe to this class.
Definition at line 240 of file subscriptor.h.

mutableprivateinherited 
Pointer to the typeinfo object of this object, from which we can later deduce the class name. Since this information on the derived class is neither available in the destructor, nor in the constructor, we obtain it in between and store it here.
Definition at line 248 of file subscriptor.h.

staticprivateinherited 
A mutex used to ensure data consistency when accessing the mutable
members of this class. This lock is used in the subscribe() and unsubscribe() functions, as well as in list_subscribers()
.
Definition at line 271 of file subscriptor.h.