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sgpp::base::LinearPeriodicBasis< LT, IT > Class Template Reference

linear basis functions with boundaries And here we have another implicit dependence on tensor products More...

#include <LinearPeriodicBasis.hpp>

Inheritance diagram for sgpp::base::LinearPeriodicBasis< LT, IT >:
sgpp::base::Basis< LT, IT >

Public Member Functions

double eval (LT l, IT i, double x) override
 Evaluate a basis function. More...
 
double eval (LT level, IT index, double p, double q, double t)
 Evaluate a basis function with an offset and scaling factor Has a dependence on the absolute position of grid point and support. More...
 
 ~LinearPeriodicBasis () override
 Destructor. More...
 
- Public Member Functions inherited from sgpp::base::Basis< LT, IT >
virtual ~Basis ()
 Destructor. More...
 

Detailed Description

template<class LT, class IT>
class sgpp::base::LinearPeriodicBasis< LT, IT >

linear basis functions with boundaries And here we have another implicit dependence on tensor products

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

template<class LT, class IT>
sgpp::base::LinearPeriodicBasis< LT, IT >::~LinearPeriodicBasis ( )
inlineoverride

Destructor.

Member Function Documentation

template<class LT, class IT>
double sgpp::base::LinearPeriodicBasis< LT, IT >::eval ( LT  l,
IT  i,
double  x 
)
inlineoverridevirtual

Evaluate a basis function.

Has a dependence on the absolute position of grid point and support.

Parameters
lthe level of the current basis function
ithe index of the current basis function
xthe absolute position of the evaluation point

Implements sgpp::base::Basis< LT, IT >.

Referenced by python.uq.analysis.asgc.ASGCAnalysis.ASGCAnalysis::estimateDensity(), and sgpp::base::GetAffectedBasisFunctions< LinearPeriodicBasis< unsigned int, unsigned int > >::rec().

template<class LT, class IT>
double sgpp::base::LinearPeriodicBasis< LT, IT >::eval ( LT  level,
IT  index,
double  p,
double  q,
double  t 
)
inline

Evaluate a basis function with an offset and scaling factor Has a dependence on the absolute position of grid point and support.

Parameters
levelthe level of the current basis function
indexthe index of the current basis function
pthe absolute position of the evaluation point
qthe scaling factor of the basis function
tthe offset of the basis function

Referenced by python.uq.analysis.asgc.ASGCAnalysis.ASGCAnalysis::estimateDensity().


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