Reference documentation for deal.II version GIT relicensing-1062-gc06da148b8 2024-07-15 19:20:02+00:00
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Data storage primitives
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class  ArrayView< ElementType, MemorySpaceType >
class  MGLevelObject< Object >
class  TableBase< N, T >
class  Table< N, T >
class  Table< 1, T >
class  Table< 2, T >
class  Table< 3, T >
class  Table< 4, T >
class  Table< 5, T >
class  Table< 6, T >
class  Table< 7, T >
class  TransposeTable< T >
class  TableIndices< N >
class  BlockIndices

Detailed Description

Here are a few simple classes that help in storage and viewing data. For example, the Table templates allow to use not only arrays of objects (for which one might want to use the std::vector class), but also two-dimensional (rectangular) tables of arbitrary objects, as well as higher-order analogs up to tables with (presently) seven indices.

Similarly, the VectorSlice function is a primitive that takes anything that has an interface that resembles a vector (for example the deal.II Vector or the std::vector classes) and presents a view on it as if it were a vector in itself.