MOAB: Mesh Oriented datABase  (version 5.2.1)
DirectAccessWithHoles.cpp File Reference
#include "moab/Core.hpp"
#include "moab/ProgOptions.hpp"
#include "moab/ReadUtilIface.hpp"
#include <map>
#include <iostream>
#include <assert.h>
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Classes

struct  tag_struct

Functions

ErrorCode create_mesh_with_holes (Interface *mbImpl, int nquads, int nholes)
int main (int argc, char **argv)

Function Documentation

ErrorCode create_mesh_with_holes ( Interface *  mbImpl,
int  nquads,
int  nholes 
)
Examples:
DirectAccessWithHoles.cpp.

Definition at line 230 of file DirectAccessWithHoles.cpp.

References moab::ReadUtilIface::get_element_connect(), moab::ReadUtilIface::get_node_coords(), MB_CHK_SET_ERR, MB_SUCCESS, and MBQUAD.

Referenced by main().

{
    // First make the mesh, a 1d array of quads with left hand side x = elem_num; vertices are
    // numbered in layers
    ReadUtilIface* read_iface;
    ErrorCode rval = mbImpl->query_interface( read_iface );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in query_interface" );
    vector< double* > coords;
    EntityHandle start_vert, start_elem, *connect;
    // Create verts, num is 4(nquads+1) because they're in a 1d row; will initialize coords in loop
    // over elems later
    rval = read_iface->get_node_coords( 3, 2 * ( nquads + 1 ), 0, start_vert, coords );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in get_node_arrays" );
    // Create elems
    rval = read_iface->get_element_connect( nquads, 4, MBQUAD, 0, start_elem, connect );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in get_element_connect" );
    for( int i = 0; i < nquads; i++ )
    {
        coords[0][2 * i] = coords[0][2 * i + 1] = (double)i;  // x values are all i
        coords[1][2 * i]                        = 0.0;
        coords[1][2 * i + 1]                    = 1.0;          // y coords
        coords[2][2 * i] = coords[2][2 * i + 1] = (double)0.0;  // z values, all zero (2d mesh)
        EntityHandle quad_v                     = start_vert + 2 * i;
        for( int j = 0; j < 4; j++ )
            connect[4 * i + j] = quad_v + j;  // Connectivity of each quad is a sequence starting from quad_v
    }
    // Last two vertices
    // Cppcheck warning (false positive): variable coords is assigned a value that is never used
    coords[0][2 * nquads] = coords[0][2 * nquads + 1] = (double)nquads;
    coords[1][2 * nquads]                             = 0.0;
    coords[1][2 * nquads + 1]                         = 1.0;          // y coords
    coords[2][2 * nquads] = coords[2][2 * nquads + 1] = (double)0.0;  // z values, all zero (2d mesh)

    // Now delete nholes elements, spaced approximately equally through mesh, so contiguous size is
    // about nquads/(nholes + 1) reinterpret start_elem as the next element to be deleted
    int de = nquads / ( nholes + 1 );
    for( int i = 0; i < nholes; i++ )
    {
        start_elem += de;
        rval = mbImpl->delete_entities( &start_elem, 1 );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in delete_entities" );
    }

    return MB_SUCCESS;
}
int main ( int  argc,
char **  argv 
)

Definition at line 55 of file DirectAccessWithHoles.cpp.

References ProgOptions::addOpt(), tag_struct::avg_ptr, moab::Range::begin(), create_mesh_with_holes(), moab::Range::end(), MB_CHK_SET_ERR, MB_TAG_CREAT, MB_TAG_DENSE, MB_TYPE_DOUBLE, MB_TYPE_INTEGER, tag_struct::nv_ptr, ProgOptions::parseCommandLine(), moab::Range::size(), moab::Range::subset_by_dimension(), and ts().

{
    // Get MOAB instance
    Interface* mbImpl = new( std::nothrow ) Core;
    if( NULL == mbImpl ) return 1;

    int nquads = 1000, nholes = 1;

    // Parse options
    ProgOptions opts;
    opts.addOpt< int >( string( "nquads,n" ), string( "Number of quads in the mesh (default = 1000" ), &nquads );
    opts.addOpt< int >( string( "holes,H" ), string( "Number of holes in the element handle space (default = 1" ),
                        &nholes );
    opts.parseCommandLine( argc, argv );
    if( nholes >= nquads )
    {
        cerr << "Number of holes needs to be < number of elements." << endl;
        return 1;
    }

    // Create simple structured mesh with hole, but using unstructured representation
    ErrorCode rval = create_mesh_with_holes( mbImpl, nquads, nholes );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Trouble creating mesh" );

    // Get all vertices and non-vertex entities
    Range verts, elems;
    rval = mbImpl->get_entities_by_handle( 0, elems );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Trouble getting all entities" );
    verts = elems.subset_by_dimension( 0 );
    elems -= verts;

    // Create tag1 (element-based avg), tag2 (vertex-based avg), tag3 (# connected verts)
    Tag tag1, tag2, tag3;
    rval = mbImpl->tag_get_handle( "tag1", 3, MB_TYPE_DOUBLE, tag1, MB_TAG_DENSE | MB_TAG_CREAT );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Trouble creating tag1" );
    double def_val[3] = { 0.0, 0.0, 0.0 };  // Need a default value for tag2 because we sum into it
    rval              = mbImpl->tag_get_handle( "tag2", 3, MB_TYPE_DOUBLE, tag2, MB_TAG_DENSE | MB_TAG_CREAT, def_val );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Trouble creating tag2" );
    int def_val_int = 0;  // Need a default value for tag3 because we increment it
    rval = mbImpl->tag_get_handle( "tag3", 1, MB_TYPE_INTEGER, tag3, MB_TAG_DENSE | MB_TAG_CREAT, &def_val_int );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Trouble creating tag3" );

    // Get connectivity, coordinate, tag, and adjacency iterators
    EntityHandle* conn_ptr;
    double *x_ptr, *y_ptr, *z_ptr, *tag1_ptr, *tag2_ptr;
    int* tag3_ptr;

    // First vertex is at start of range (ranges are sorted), and is offset for vertex index
    // calculation
    EntityHandle first_vert = *verts.begin();

    // When iterating over elements, each chunk can have a different # vertices; also, count tells
    // you how many elements are in the current chunk
    int vpere, count;

    // Get coordinates iterator, just need this once because we know verts handle space doesn't have
    // holes
    rval = mbImpl->coords_iterate( verts.begin(), verts.end(), x_ptr, y_ptr, z_ptr, count );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in coords_iterate" );
    assert( count == (int)verts.size() );  // Should end up with just one contiguous chunk of vertices

    // Iterate through elements, computing midpoint based on vertex positions, set on element-based
    // tag1 Control loop by iterator over elem range
    Range::iterator e_it = elems.begin();

    while( e_it != elems.end() )
    {
        // Get conn_ptr, tag1_ptr for next contiguous chunk of element handles, and coords pointers
        // for all verts
        rval = mbImpl->connect_iterate( e_it, elems.end(), conn_ptr, vpere, count );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in connect_iterate" );
        rval = mbImpl->tag_iterate( tag1, e_it, elems.end(), count, (void*&)tag1_ptr );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in tag1_iterate" );

        // Iterate over elements in this chunk
        for( int i = 0; i < count; i++ )
        {
            tag1_ptr[0] = tag1_ptr[1] = tag1_ptr[2] = 0.0;  // Initialize position for this element
            for( int j = 0; j < vpere; j++ )
            {                                            // Loop over vertices in this element
                int v_index = conn_ptr[j] - first_vert;  // vert index is just the offset from first vertex
                tag1_ptr[0] += x_ptr[v_index];
                tag1_ptr[1] += y_ptr[v_index];  // Sum vertex positions into tag1...
                tag1_ptr[2] += z_ptr[v_index];
            }
            tag1_ptr[0] /= vpere;
            tag1_ptr[1] /= vpere;  // Then normalize
            tag1_ptr[2] /= vpere;

            // Done with this element; advance connect_ptr and tag1_ptr to next element
            conn_ptr += vpere;
            tag1_ptr += 3;
        }  // Loop over elements in chunk

        // Done with chunk; advance range iterator by count; will skip over gaps in range
        e_it += count;
    }  // While loop over all elements

    // Iterate through vertices, summing positions into tag2 on connected elements and incrementing
    // vertex count Iterate over chunks the same as elements, even though we know we have only one
    // chunk here, just to show how it's done

    // Create a std::map from EntityHandle (first entity handle in chunk) to
    // tag_struct (ptrs to start of avg/#verts tags for that chunk); then for a given entity handle,
    // we can quickly find the chunk it's in using map::lower_bound; could have set up this map in
    // earlier loop over elements, but do it here for clarity

    map< EntityHandle, tag_struct > elem_map;
    e_it = elems.begin();
    while( e_it != elems.end() )
    {
        tag_struct ts = { NULL, NULL };
        rval          = mbImpl->tag_iterate( tag2, e_it, elems.end(), count, (void*&)ts.avg_ptr );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in tag2_iterate" );
        rval = mbImpl->tag_iterate( tag3, e_it, elems.end(), count, (void*&)ts.nv_ptr );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in tag3_iterate" );
        elem_map[*e_it] = ts;
        e_it += count;
    }

    // Call a vertex-quad adjacencies function to generate vertex-element adjacencies in MOAB
    Range::iterator v_it = verts.begin();
    Range dum_range;
    rval = mbImpl->get_adjacencies( &( *v_it ), 1, 2, false, dum_range );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in get_adjacencies" );
    const vector< EntityHandle >** adjs_ptr;
    while( v_it != verts.end() )
    {
        // Get coords ptrs, adjs_ptr; can't set tag2_ptr by direct access, because of hole in
        // element handle space
        rval = mbImpl->coords_iterate( v_it, verts.end(), x_ptr, y_ptr, z_ptr, count );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in coords_iterate" );
        rval = mbImpl->adjacencies_iterate( v_it, verts.end(), adjs_ptr, count );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in adjacencies_iterate" );

        for( int v = 0; v < count; v++ )
        {
            const vector< EntityHandle >* avec = *( adjs_ptr + v );
            for( vector< EntityHandle >::const_iterator ait = avec->begin(); ait != avec->end(); ++ait )
            {
                // Get chunk that this element resides in; upper_bound points to the first element
                // strictly > key, so get that and decrement (would work the same as lower_bound
                // with an if-test and decrement)
                map< EntityHandle, tag_struct >::iterator mit = elem_map.upper_bound( *ait );
                --mit;
                // Index of *ait in that chunk
                int a_ind     = *ait - ( *mit ).first;
                tag_struct ts = ( *mit ).second;
                ts.avg_ptr[3 * a_ind + 0] += x_ptr[v];  // Tag on each element is 3 doubles, x/y/z
                ts.avg_ptr[3 * a_ind + 1] += y_ptr[v];
                ts.avg_ptr[3 * a_ind + 2] += z_ptr[v];
                ts.nv_ptr[a_ind]++;  // Increment the vertex count
            }
        }

        v_it += count;
    }

    // Normalize tag2 by vertex count; loop over elements using same approach as before
    // At the same time, compare values of tag1 and tag2
    e_it = elems.begin();
    while( e_it != elems.end() )
    {
        // Get conn_ptr, tag1_ptr for next contiguous chunk of element handles, and coords pointers
        // for all verts
        rval = mbImpl->tag_iterate( tag1, e_it, elems.end(), count, (void*&)tag1_ptr );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in tag1_iterate" );
        rval = mbImpl->tag_iterate( tag2, e_it, elems.end(), count, (void*&)tag2_ptr );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in tag2_iterate" );
        rval = mbImpl->tag_iterate( tag3, e_it, elems.end(), count, (void*&)tag3_ptr );MB_CHK_SET_ERR( rval, "Error in tag3_iterate" );

        // Iterate over elements in this chunk
        for( int i = 0; i < count; i++ )
        {
            for( int j = 0; j < 3; j++ )
                tag2_ptr[3 * i + j] /= (double)tag3_ptr[i];  // Normalize by # verts
            if( tag1_ptr[3 * i] != tag2_ptr[3 * i] || tag1_ptr[3 * i + 1] != tag2_ptr[3 * i + 1] ||
                tag1_ptr[3 * i + 2] != tag2_ptr[3 * i + 2] )
                cout << "Tag1, tag2 disagree for element " << *e_it + i << endl;
        }

        e_it += count;
    }

    // Ok, we're done, shut down MOAB
    delete mbImpl;

    return 0;
}
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