hyteg issueshttps://i10git.cs.fau.de/hyteg/hyteg/-/issues2021-11-22T23:30:46+01:00https://i10git.cs.fau.de/hyteg/hyteg/-/issues/168Bump code coverage in forms2021-11-22T23:30:46+01:00Nils KohlBump code coverage in formsLooking at https://hyteg.pages.i10git.cs.fau.de/-/hyteg/-/jobs/684751/artifacts/coverage/coverage.html it seems that we should probably write/augment 1-2 tests so that all `*epsilonvar*` and `*epslioncc*` forms are at least executed once. This would cover roughly 10k - 20k lines of 150k atm.Looking at https://hyteg.pages.i10git.cs.fau.de/-/hyteg/-/jobs/684751/artifacts/coverage/coverage.html it seems that we should probably write/augment 1-2 tests so that all `*epsilonvar*` and `*epslioncc*` forms are at least executed once. This would cover roughly 10k - 20k lines of 150k atm.Marcus MohrMarcus Mohrhttps://i10git.cs.fau.de/hyteg/hyteg/-/issues/160AgglomerationMatMulTest3 seems undeterministic2021-08-16T10:36:48+02:00Marcus MohrAgglomerationMatMulTest3 seems undeterministicHi,
there seems to be a problem with the **AgglomerationMatMulTest3** test. What I see from the pipelines it seems to succeed or fail in a non-deterministic manner. So either there is some randomness in the test that causes this or a bug.
Cheers
MarcusHi,
there seems to be a problem with the **AgglomerationMatMulTest3** test. What I see from the pipelines it seems to succeed or fail in a non-deterministic manner. So either there is some randomness in the test that causes this or a bug.
Cheers
MarcusNils KohlNils Kohlhttps://i10git.cs.fau.de/hyteg/hyteg/-/issues/96Black-Box Matrix Output2020-10-07T14:04:44+02:00Nils KohlBlack-Box Matrix OutputFor debugging purposes it would be nice to have some sort of black-box matrix output (to PETSc / Matlab) for arbitrary matrices - especially if they are assembled on-the-fly or are built with inverse matrices (e.g. Schur-complement).
Therefore we could repeatedly apply the matrix to unit vectors to emulate a multiplication with the identity.
The resulting vectors can then be collected and written into multiple files or (probably better) be assembled into
a PETSc data structure (and then written using the available PETSc -> Matlab functions).For debugging purposes it would be nice to have some sort of black-box matrix output (to PETSc / Matlab) for arbitrary matrices - especially if they are assembled on-the-fly or are built with inverse matrices (e.g. Schur-complement).
Therefore we could repeatedly apply the matrix to unit vectors to emulate a multiplication with the identity.
The resulting vectors can then be collected and written into multiple files or (probably better) be assembled into
a PETSc data structure (and then written using the available PETSc -> Matlab functions).Daniel DrzisgaDaniel Drzisga