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python classes to generate TPMC lookup tables

Project Description

The TPMC library implements a topology preserving marching cubes algorithm.

The algorithm alows to compute polyhedral reconstructions of implicitly given interfaces and subdomains. In particular it is used to geometrically evaluate integrals over domains described by a fist-order, conforming level-set function. It preserves various topological properties of the implicit geometry in its polyhedral reconstruction, making it suitable for Finite Element computations.

The main part of the algorithm is a code generator written in python. With the library we ship the code generator and a simple C++ implementation. The code is generated and the C++ library is build during the installation process.

License

The TPMC library, headers and test programs are free open-source software, dual-licensed under version 3 or later of the GNU Lesser General Public License and version 2 of the GNU General Public License with a special run-time exception.

See the file LICENSE.txt for full copying permissions.

Installation

The easiest way to install the library is using pip:

> pip install tpmc

This will also install the C++ library

The development version can always be installed directly from github:

> pip install git+https://github.com/tpmc/tpmc.git

Dependencies

While most python dependencies are handled automatically, you have to make sure to fulfill two additional requirements, before installation:

  • numpy: is needed for setup and thus pip can not handle this dependency automatically
  • C++ compiler: to build the C++ library. We successfully used recent versions of g++ and clang++.

Using the C++ library

To use the C++ library from your own code, you can either use cmake and the FindTpmc.cmake that we ship with the python package, or you use the tpmc-config program, which can give you information about the necessary compiler flags. It behaves similar to pkg-config.

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