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Java example source code file (ODEIntegrator.java)

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The ODEIntegrator.java Java example source code

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package org.apache.commons.math3.ode;

import java.util.Collection;

import org.apache.commons.math3.analysis.solvers.UnivariateSolver;
import org.apache.commons.math3.ode.events.EventHandler;
import org.apache.commons.math3.ode.sampling.StepHandler;

/**
 * This interface defines the common parts shared by integrators
 * for first and second order differential equations.
 * @see FirstOrderIntegrator
 * @see SecondOrderIntegrator
 * @since 2.0
 */
public interface ODEIntegrator  {

    /** Get the name of the method.
     * @return name of the method
     */
    String getName();

    /** Add a step handler to this integrator.
     * <p>The handler will be called by the integrator for each accepted
     * step.</p>
     * @param handler handler for the accepted steps
     * @see #getStepHandlers()
     * @see #clearStepHandlers()
     * @since 2.0
     */
    void addStepHandler(StepHandler handler);

    /** Get all the step handlers that have been added to the integrator.
     * @return an unmodifiable collection of the added events handlers
     * @see #addStepHandler(StepHandler)
     * @see #clearStepHandlers()
     * @since 2.0
     */
    Collection<StepHandler> getStepHandlers();

    /** Remove all the step handlers that have been added to the integrator.
     * @see #addStepHandler(StepHandler)
     * @see #getStepHandlers()
     * @since 2.0
     */
    void clearStepHandlers();

    /** Add an event handler to the integrator.
     * Uses a default {@link UnivariateSolver}
     * with an absolute accuracy equal to the given convergence threshold,
     * as root-finding algorithm to detect the state events.
     * @param handler event handler
     * @param maxCheckInterval maximal time interval between switching
     * function checks (this interval prevents missing sign changes in
     * case the integration steps becomes very large)
     * @param convergence convergence threshold in the event time search
     * @param maxIterationCount upper limit of the iteration count in
     * the event time search
     * @see #getEventHandlers()
     * @see #clearEventHandlers()
     */
    void addEventHandler(EventHandler handler, double maxCheckInterval,
                         double convergence, int maxIterationCount);

    /** Add an event handler to the integrator.
     * @param handler event handler
     * @param maxCheckInterval maximal time interval between switching
     * function checks (this interval prevents missing sign changes in
     * case the integration steps becomes very large)
     * @param convergence convergence threshold in the event time search
     * @param maxIterationCount upper limit of the iteration count in
     * the event time search
     * @param solver The root-finding algorithm to use to detect the state
     * events.
     * @see #getEventHandlers()
     * @see #clearEventHandlers()
     */
    void addEventHandler(EventHandler handler, double maxCheckInterval,
                         double convergence, int maxIterationCount,
                         UnivariateSolver solver);

    /** Get all the event handlers that have been added to the integrator.
     * @return an unmodifiable collection of the added events handlers
     * @see #addEventHandler(EventHandler, double, double, int)
     * @see #clearEventHandlers()
     */
    Collection<EventHandler> getEventHandlers();

    /** Remove all the event handlers that have been added to the integrator.
     * @see #addEventHandler(EventHandler, double, double, int)
     * @see #getEventHandlers()
     */
    void clearEventHandlers();

    /** Get the current value of the step start time t<sub>i.
     * <p>This method can be called during integration (typically by
     * the object implementing the {@link FirstOrderDifferentialEquations
     * differential equations} problem) if the value of the current step that
     * is attempted is needed.</p>
     * <p>The result is undefined if the method is called outside of
     * calls to <code>integrate.

* @return current value of the step start time t<sub>i */ double getCurrentStepStart(); /** Get the current signed value of the integration stepsize. * <p>This method can be called during integration (typically by * the object implementing the {@link FirstOrderDifferentialEquations * differential equations} problem) if the signed value of the current stepsize * that is tried is needed.</p> * <p>The result is undefined if the method is called outside of * calls to <code>integrate.

* @return current signed value of the stepsize */ double getCurrentSignedStepsize(); /** Set the maximal number of differential equations function evaluations. * <p>The purpose of this method is to avoid infinite loops which can occur * for example when stringent error constraints are set or when lots of * discrete events are triggered, thus leading to many rejected steps.</p> * @param maxEvaluations maximal number of function evaluations (negative * values are silently converted to maximal integer value, thus representing * almost unlimited evaluations) */ void setMaxEvaluations(int maxEvaluations); /** Get the maximal number of functions evaluations. * @return maximal number of functions evaluations */ int getMaxEvaluations(); /** Get the number of evaluations of the differential equations function. * <p> * The number of evaluations corresponds to the last call to the * <code>integrate method. It is 0 if the method has not been called yet. * </p> * @return number of evaluations of the differential equations function */ int getEvaluations(); }

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