We will here describe the inheritance hierarchy for generating cavities, in order to use and extend it properly. The runtime creation of cavity objects relies on the Factory Method pattern [GHJV94][Ale01], implemented through the generic Factory class.
Abstract Base Class for cavities.
This class represents a cavity made of spheres, its surface being discretized in terms of finite elements.
- Krzysztof Mozgawa
A class for GePol cavity.
This class is an interface to the Fortran code PEDRA for the generation of cavities according to the GePol algorithm.
- Krzysztof Mozgawa, Roberto Di Remigio
- 2011, 2016
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