Reference documentation for deal.II version 9.2.0
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internal::hp::DoFIndicesOnFaces< dim > Class Template Reference

#include <deal.II/hp/dof_faces.h>

Detailed Description

template<int dim>
class internal::hp::DoFIndicesOnFaces< dim >

These classes are similar to the internal::hp::DoFLevel classes. We here store information that is associated with faces, rather than cells, as this information is independent of the hierarchical structure of cells, which are organized in levels. In 2D we store information on degrees of freedom located on lines whereas in 3D we store information on degrees of freedom located on quads and lines. In 1D we do nothing, as the faces of lines are vertices which are treated separately.

Apart from the internal::hp::DoFObjects object containing the data to store (degree of freedom indices) and all the access-functionality to this data, we do not store any data or provide any functionality. However, we do implement a function to determine an estimate of the memory consumption of the contained internal::hp::DoFObjects object(s).

The data contained isn't usually directly accessed. Rather, except for some access from the DoFHandler class, access is usually through the DoFAccessor::set_dof_index() and DoFAccessor::dof_index() functions or similar functions of derived classes that in turn access the member variables using the DoFHandler::get_dof_index() and corresponding setter functions. Knowledge of the actual data format is therefore encapsulated to the present hierarchy of classes as well as the DoFHandler class.

Tobias Leicht, 2006

Definition at line 239 of file dof_faces.h.

The documentation for this class was generated from the following file: