Source code for ufl.argument

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""This module defines the class Argument and a number of related
classes (functions), including TestFunction and TrialFunction."""

# Copyright (C) 2008-2016 Martin Sandve Aln├Žs
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# This file is part of UFL (https://www.fenicsproject.org)
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# SPDX-License-Identifier:    LGPL-3.0-or-later
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# Modified by Anders Logg, 2008-2009.
# Modified by Massimiliano Leoni, 2016.
# Modified by Cecile Daversin-Catty, 2018.

import numbers
from ufl.log import error
from ufl.core.ufl_type import ufl_type
from ufl.core.terminal import FormArgument
from ufl.split_functions import split
from ufl.finiteelement import FiniteElementBase
from ufl.domain import default_domain
from ufl.functionspace import AbstractFunctionSpace, FunctionSpace, MixedFunctionSpace

# Export list for ufl.classes (TODO: not actually classes: drop? these are in ufl.*)
__all_classes__ = ["TestFunction", "TrialFunction", "TestFunctions", "TrialFunctions"]


# --- Class representing an argument (basis function) in a form ---

[docs]@ufl_type() class Argument(FormArgument): """UFL value: Representation of an argument to a form.""" __slots__ = ( "_ufl_function_space", "_ufl_shape", "_number", "_part", "_repr", ) def __init__(self, function_space, number, part=None): FormArgument.__init__(self) if isinstance(function_space, FiniteElementBase): # For legacy support for UFL files using cells, we map the cell to # the default Mesh element = function_space domain = default_domain(element.cell()) function_space = FunctionSpace(domain, element) elif not isinstance(function_space, AbstractFunctionSpace): error("Expecting a FunctionSpace or FiniteElement.") self._ufl_function_space = function_space self._ufl_shape = function_space.ufl_element().value_shape() if not isinstance(number, numbers.Integral): error("Expecting an int for number, not %s" % (number,)) if part is not None and not isinstance(part, numbers.Integral): error("Expecting None or an int for part, not %s" % (part,)) self._number = number self._part = part self._repr = "Argument(%s, %s, %s)" % ( repr(self._ufl_function_space), repr(self._number), repr(self._part)) @property def ufl_shape(self): "Return the associated UFL shape." return self._ufl_shape
[docs] def ufl_function_space(self): "Get the function space of this Argument." return self._ufl_function_space
[docs] def ufl_domain(self): "Deprecated, please use .ufl_function_space().ufl_domain() instead." # TODO: deprecate("Argument.ufl_domain() is deprecated, please # use .ufl_function_space().ufl_domain() instead.") return self._ufl_function_space.ufl_domain()
[docs] def ufl_element(self): "Deprecated, please use .ufl_function_space().ufl_element() instead." # TODO: deprecate("Argument.ufl_domain() is deprecated, please # use .ufl_function_space().ufl_element() instead.") return self._ufl_function_space.ufl_element()
[docs] def number(self): "Return the Argument number." return self._number
[docs] def part(self): return self._part
[docs] def is_cellwise_constant(self): "Return whether this expression is spatially constant over each cell." # TODO: Should in principle do like with Coefficient, # but that may currently simplify away some arguments # we want to keep, or? See issue#13. # When we can annotate zero with arguments, we can change this. return False
[docs] def ufl_domains(self): "Deprecated, please use .ufl_function_space().ufl_domains() instead." # TODO: deprecate("Argument.ufl_domains() is deprecated, # please use .ufl_function_space().ufl_domains() instead.") return self._ufl_function_space.ufl_domains()
def _ufl_signature_data_(self, renumbering): "Signature data for form arguments depend on the global numbering of the form arguments and domains." fsdata = self._ufl_function_space._ufl_signature_data_(renumbering) return ("Argument", self._number, self._part, fsdata) def __str__(self): number = str(self._number) if len(number) == 1: s = "v_%s" % number else: s = "v_{%s}" % number if self._part is not None: part = str(self._part) if len(part) == 1: s = "%s^%s" % (s, part) else: s = "%s^{%s}" % (s, part) return s def __repr__(self): return self._repr def __eq__(self, other): """Deliberately comparing exact type and not using isinstance here, meaning eventual subclasses must reimplement this function to work correctly, and instances of this class will compare not equal to instances of eventual subclasses. The overloading allows subclasses to distinguish between test and trial functions with a different non-ufl payload, such as dolfin FunctionSpace with different mesh. This is necessary because arguments with the same element and argument number are always equal from a pure ufl point of view, e.g. TestFunction(V1) == TestFunction(V2) if V1 and V2 are the same ufl element but different dolfin function spaces. """ return (type(self) == type(other) and self._number == other._number and self._part == other._part and self._ufl_function_space == other._ufl_function_space)
# --- Helper functions for pretty syntax ---
[docs]def TestFunction(function_space, part=None): """UFL value: Create a test function argument to a form.""" return Argument(function_space, 0, part)
[docs]def TrialFunction(function_space, part=None): """UFL value: Create a trial function argument to a form.""" return Argument(function_space, 1, part)
# --- Helper functions for creating subfunctions on mixed elements ---
[docs]def Arguments(function_space, number): """UFL value: Create an Argument in a mixed space, and return a tuple with the function components corresponding to the subelements.""" if isinstance(function_space, MixedFunctionSpace): return [Argument(function_space.ufl_sub_space(i), number, i) for i in range(function_space.num_sub_spaces())] else: return split(Argument(function_space, number))
[docs]def TestFunctions(function_space): """UFL value: Create a TestFunction in a mixed space, and return a tuple with the function components corresponding to the subelements.""" return Arguments(function_space, 0)
[docs]def TrialFunctions(function_space): """UFL value: Create a TrialFunction in a mixed space, and return a tuple with the function components corresponding to the subelements.""" return Arguments(function_space, 1)