MiPointProbeUnstructured Class Reference
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MeshViz Probe at a given location in an unstructured mesh More...

#include <MeshVizXLM/extractors/MiPointProbeUnstructured.h>

List of all members.

Public Member Functions

virtual ~MiPointProbeUnstructured ()
virtual bool setLocation (const MbVec3d &point, const MiCellFilterI *cellFilter=NULL)=0
virtual bool moveLocation (const MbVec3d &point, size_t cellId, const MiCellFilterI *cellFilter=NULL)=0
virtual bool isFound () const =0
template<typename _T >
_T getValue (const MiDataSetI< _T > &dataset) const
virtual size_t getCellId () const =0
virtual const MbVec3dgetCoord () const =0

Protected Member Functions

virtual void getWeight (std::vector< double > &weight) const =0
virtual const MiCellgetCell () const =0



static MiPointProbeUnstructuredgetNewInstance (const MiVolumeMeshUnstructured &mesh, bool parallel=true)
static MiPointProbeUnstructuredgetNewInstance (const MiSurfaceMeshUnstructured &mesh, bool parallel=true)

Detailed Description

MeshViz Probe at a given location in an unstructured mesh

This class can be used to evaluate the value of a data set in the given mesh at any location. The probe is internally building an octree onto volume meshes. This octree can be optimized by setting three environment variables (see SoPreferences).

MESHVIZ_OCTREE_CACHE_CELLBBOX allows to cache cell boundingboxes in order to speed up the search for cells in the octree, thus probing faster. The default is 0 (not cached)

MESHVIZ_OCTREE_MAX_CELL_PER_TILE specifies the maximum number of cells that can belong to a tile in the octree. Note that only leaves can contain cells. Hence, this is the breaking criteria to split up a leaf and distribute its cells into the new-born children. The smaller this number, the deeper the octree, which will speed up probing but slow down the initialization stage. The default is 40.

MESHVIZ_OCTREE_MAX_DEPTH specifies the depth limit of the octree to prevent from using too much memory. Note that when reaching the depth limit, tiles at this level can exceed the number of cells allowed. The default is 6.

See related examples:

Bench_ProbeUnstructured


Constructor & Destructor Documentation

virtual MiPointProbeUnstructured::~MiPointProbeUnstructured (  )  [inline, virtual]

Member Function Documentation

virtual const MiCell* MiPointProbeUnstructured::getCell (  )  const [protected, pure virtual]

Gets the cell of the mesh containing the current location of the probe.

This method is protected to have a public api the most similar to the MiPointProbeIjk.

Returns:
NULL if the current location of the probe is outside the mesh.
virtual size_t MiPointProbeUnstructured::getCellId (  )  const [pure virtual]

Gets the id of the cell of the mesh containing the current location of the probe.

Returns:
UNDEFINED_ID if the current location of the probe is outside the mesh.
virtual const MbVec3d& MiPointProbeUnstructured::getCoord (  )  const [pure virtual]

Gets the coordinates of the current location of the probe.

static MiPointProbeUnstructured* MiPointProbeUnstructured::getNewInstance ( const MiSurfaceMeshUnstructured mesh,
bool  parallel = true 
) [static]

Factory method returning a new instance of a class implementing this abstract class.

Parameters:
mesh The input mesh
parallel When true, tries to create an extract module using a parallel algorithm to speed up the extraction.
Note:
Only some of the extraction algorithms have a parallel implementation.
static MiPointProbeUnstructured* MiPointProbeUnstructured::getNewInstance ( const MiVolumeMeshUnstructured mesh,
bool  parallel = true 
) [static]

Factory method returning a new instance of a class implementing this abstract class.

Parameters:
mesh The input mesh
parallel When true, tries to create an extract module using a parallel algorithm to speed up the extraction.
Note:
Only some of the extraction algorithms have a parallel implementation.
template<typename _T >
_T MiPointProbeUnstructured::getValue ( const MiDataSetI< _T > &  dataset  )  const [inline]

Gets the value at the current probe location in the given dataset. The returned value is meaningless if the probe location is outside the mesh (when isFound() is false).

virtual void MiPointProbeUnstructured::getWeight ( std::vector< double > &  weight  )  const [protected, pure virtual]

Gets the weights at the current probe location.

This weights are used by getValue() to compute a value at the current probe location.

virtual bool MiPointProbeUnstructured::isFound (  )  const [pure virtual]

Returns:
true if the current location of the probe is inside the mesh, false otherwise.

virtual bool MiPointProbeUnstructured::moveLocation ( const MbVec3d point,
size_t  cellId,
const MiCellFilterI cellFilter = NULL 
) [pure virtual]

Moves the current probe location at the given point.

This method is similar and gives the same result as setLocation(). But, first it looks for the containing cell in the neighborhood of the cell having id cellId . Then, if the neighborhood of this given cell does not contain the given point this method searches in the whole mesh like the method setLocation().

For instance, moveLocation() could be used instead of setLocation() when the cell containing the point is already known, or when the displacement of the probe is not too large compared to the cell's size at the previous location of the probe. In this case, use getCellId() as input cellId argument.

Parameters:
[in] point The destination point of the probe.
[in] cellId input cell used as initial search criteria. If UNDEFINED_ID, this method is equivalent to setLocation().
[in] cellFilter The cell filter.
Returns:
true if this location is inside the mesh, false otherwise.
virtual bool MiPointProbeUnstructured::setLocation ( const MbVec3d point,
const MiCellFilterI cellFilter = NULL 
) [pure virtual]

Sets the current probe location at the given point and looks for the cell containing this point. If the probe location is inside a cell not accepted by the optional filter, this methods returns false.

Parameters:
[in] point The destination point of the probe.
[in] cellFilter The cell filter.
Returns:
true if this location is inside the mesh, false otherwise.


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

Open Inventor Toolkit reference manual, generated on 28 Oct 2019
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