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QGaussLogR< dim > Class Template Reference

#include <deal.II/base/quadrature_lib.h>

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## Public Member Functions

QGaussLogR (const unsigned int n, const Point< dim > &x0=Point< dim >(), const double alpha=1, const bool factor_out_singular_weight=false)

QGaussLogR (QGaussLogR< dim > &&) noexcept=default

QGaussLogR (const unsigned int n, const Point< 1 > &origin, const double alpha, const bool factor_out_singularity)

## Protected Attributes

const double fraction

## Detailed Description

template<int dim>
class QGaussLogR< dim >

A class for Gauss quadrature with arbitrary logarithmic weighting function. This formula is used to integrate $$\ln(|x-x_0|/\alpha)\;f(x)$$ on the interval $$[0,1]$$, where $$f$$ is a smooth function without singularities, and $$x_0$$ and $$\alpha$$ are given at construction time, and are the location of the singularity $$x_0$$ and an arbitrary scaling factor in the singularity.

You have to make sure that the point $$x_0$$ is not one of the Gauss quadrature points of order $$N$$, otherwise an exception is thrown, since the quadrature weights cannot be computed correctly.

This quadrature formula is rather expensive, since it uses internally two Gauss quadrature formulas of order n to integrate the nonsingular part of the factor, and two GaussLog quadrature formulas to integrate on the separate segments $$[0,x_0]$$ and $$[x_0,1]$$. If the singularity is one of the extremes and the factor alpha is 1, then this quadrature is the same as QGaussLog.

The last argument from the constructor allows you to use this quadrature rule in one of two possible ways:

$\int_0^1 g(x) dx = \int_0^1 f(x) \ln\left(\frac{|x-x_0|}{\alpha}\right) dx = \sum_{i=0}^N w_i g(q_i) = \sum_{i=0}^N \bar{w}_i f(q_i)$

Which one of the two sets of weights is provided, can be selected by the factor_out_singular_weight parameter. If it is false (the default), then the $$\bar{w}_i$$ weights are computed, and you should provide only the smooth function $$f(x)$$, since the singularity is included inside the quadrature. If the parameter is set to true, then the singularity is factored out of the quadrature formula, and you should provide a function $$g(x)$$, which should at least be similar to $$\ln(|x-x_0|/\alpha)$$.

Notice that this quadrature rule is worthless if you try to use it for regular functions once you factored out the singularity.

The weights and functions have been tabulated up to order 12.

Definition at line 301 of file quadrature_lib.h.

## ◆ QGaussLogR() [1/3]

template<int dim>
 QGaussLogR< dim >::QGaussLogR ( const unsigned int n, const Point< dim > & x0 = Point< dim >(), const double alpha = 1, const bool factor_out_singular_weight = false )

The constructor takes four arguments: the order of the Gauss formula on each of the segments $$[0,x_0]$$ and $$[x_0,1]$$, the actual location of the singularity, the scale factor inside the logarithmic function and a flag that decides whether the singularity is left inside the quadrature formula or it is factored out, to be included in the integrand.

## ◆ QGaussLogR() [2/3]

template<int dim>
 QGaussLogR< dim >::QGaussLogR ( QGaussLogR< dim > && )
defaultnoexcept

Move constructor. We cannot rely on the move constructor for Quadrature, since it does not know about the additional member fraction of this class.

## ◆ QGaussLogR() [3/3]

 QGaussLogR< 1 >::QGaussLogR ( const unsigned int n, const Point< 1 > & origin, const double alpha, const bool factor_out_singularity )

Definition at line 767 of file quadrature_lib.cc.

## ◆ fraction

template<int dim>
 const double QGaussLogR< dim >::fraction
protected

This is the length of interval $$(0,origin)$$, or 1 if either of the two extremes have been selected.

Definition at line 328 of file quadrature_lib.h.

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