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fei_ProcEqns.hpp
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00042 
00043 #ifndef _ProcEqns_hpp_
00044 #define _ProcEqns_hpp_
00045 
00046 
00062 class ProcEqns {
00063  public:
00065    ProcEqns();
00067    virtual ~ProcEqns();
00068 
00072    ProcEqns* deepCopy();
00073 
00075    size_t getNumProcs() {return(procs_.size());}
00076 
00078    std::vector<int>& procsPtr() {return(procs_);}
00079 
00083    std::vector<int>& eqnsPerProcPtr() {return(eqnsPerProc_);}
00084 
00088    std::vector<std::vector<int>*>& procEqnNumbersPtr() {return(procEqnNumbers_);}
00089 
00093    std::vector<std::vector<int>*>& procEqnLengthsPtr() {return(procEqnLengths_);}
00094 
00098    void addEqn(int eqnNumber, int proc);
00099 
00104    void addEqn(int eqnNumber, int eqnLength, int proc);
00105 
00116    void setProcEqnLengths(int* eqnNumbers, int* eqnLengths, int len);
00117 
00118  private:
00119    void deleteMemory();
00120    void internalAddEqn(int eqnNumber, int eqnLength, int proc);
00121 
00122    std::vector<int> procs_;
00123    std::vector<int> eqnsPerProc_;
00124    std::vector<std::vector<int>* > procEqnNumbers_;
00125    std::vector<std::vector<int>* > procEqnLengths_;
00126 };
00127 
00128 #endif
00129 
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