public class StepNormalizer extends java.lang.Object implements StepHandler
This wrapper allows to use fixed step handlers with general integrators which cannot guaranty their integration steps will remain constant and therefore only accept general step handlers.
The stepsize used is selected at construction time. The
handleStep method of the underlying
FixedStepHandler object is called at the beginning time of
the integration t0 and also at times t0+h, t0+2h, ... If the
integration range is an integer multiple of the stepsize, then the
last point handled will be the endpoint of the integration tend, if
not, the last point will belong to the interval [tend - h ;
There is no constraint on the integrator, it can use any timestep it needs (time steps longer or shorter than the fixed time step and non-integer ratios are all allowed).
|Constructor and Description|
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Handle the last accepted step
Determines whether this handler needs dense output.
Reset the step handler.
public StepNormalizer(double h, FixedStepHandler handler)
h- fixed time step (sign is not used)
handler- fixed time step handler to wrap
public boolean requiresDenseOutput()
public void reset()
public void handleStep(StepInterpolator interpolator, boolean isLast) throws DerivativeException
interpolator- interpolator for the last accepted step. For efficiency purposes, the various integrators reuse the same object on each call, so if the instance wants to keep it across all calls (for example to provide at the end of the integration a continuous model valid throughout the integration range), it should build a local copy using the clone method and store this copy.
isLast- true if the step is the last one
DerivativeException- this exception is propagated to the caller if the underlying user function triggers one
Copyright © 2010 - 2020 Adobe. All Rights Reserved