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By Damien Andre, Jean-Luc Charles, Ivan Iordanoff

Complex habit versions (plasticity, cracks, visco elascticity) face a few theoretical problems for the choice of the habit legislations on the non-stop scale. while homogenization fails to offer the perfect habit legislation, an answer is to simulate the cloth at a meso scale so as to simulate without delay a collection of discrete homes which are in charge of the macroscopic behavior.  The discrete point version has been built for granular fabric. The proposed set exhibits how this system is able to resolve the matter of advanced habit which are associated with discrete meso scale results. the 1st publication solves the neighborhood challenge, the second provides a coupling method of hyperlink the structural results to the neighborhood ones, this 3rd ebook provides the software program workbench that incorporates all of the theoretical developments.



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XML is standardized and one of the most popular markup language. For example, it is implemented by the well-known HTML standard. So, a lot of C++ libraries are available for parsing XML documents. The tiny XML library (a lighten implementation of XML) was selected for its versatility and simplicity. Another reason is the reduction of dependencies. Only two files compose the tiny XML library. It allows us to embed the sources of the tiny XML library inside the GranOO package. 1. Quick introduction to XML: the tags The XML syntax specifies that a tag must begin with the < character and must be ended by the > character.

A B Association is the simplest relation: class A knows class B and reciprocally. A and B can exchanges messages... A B Unidirectional association: class A knows class B, but B does not know A. A B Mutiplicities: class A is associated to 0 or more occurences of class B. Class B knows 1,2 or 3 occurences of class A. 2. Association class When an association between two classes carries some data and has a behavior, a class can be used to model the data and behavior of the association : it is called an association class.

B Class A is made of zero or more occurences of class B. 6. Genericity with the template classes Genericity is a very powerful paradigm of the OO approach. A generic class is parametrized with a template parameter that can represent a type, a class or an integral type. A generic class cannot be instantiated as this: we must give a “value” to the template parameter (in other words, we must instantiate the template parameter) to obtain a concrete class that can be instantiated in objects. UML provides a graphical representation of a template class where the template parameter(s) is (are) drawn in a little box at the top right of the class box.

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