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    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      ENH: additional methods and improvements to plane · de2eed3e
      Mark Olesen authored
      - signedDistance() method is like distance() but retains
        the positive/negative sign for the side of the plane.
      
      - the sign() method returns the sign as -1,0,+1 integer for
        classification purposes where it is important to distinguish between
        a zero value and a positive value (eg, for cutting). Optional
        tolerance can be supplied to round for zero.
      
      - refactor and inlined simple and frequently used methods.
      
      - add boundBox faceCentre() method, which can be useful for creating
        clipping planes from a bounding box.
        Relocated treeBoundBox faceNormals to boundBox since they apply
        equally there - the meaning of the faces (x-min, x-max, etc)
        is the same, even if the point addressing for the faces differs.
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      ENH: region-wise decomposition specification for decomposeParDict · a9ffcab5
      Mark Olesen authored
        Within decomposeParDict, it is now possible to specify a different
        decomposition method, methods coefficients or number of subdomains
        for each region individually.
      
        The top-level numberOfSubdomains remains mandatory, since this
        specifies the number of domains for the entire simulation.
        The individual regions may use the same number or fewer domains.
      
        Any optional method coefficients can be specified in a general
        "coeffs" entry or a method-specific one, eg "metisCoeffs".
      
        For multiLevel, only the method-specific "multiLevelCoeffs" dictionary
        is used, and is also mandatory.
      
      ----
      
      ENH: shortcut specification for multiLevel.
      
        In addition to the longer dictionary form, it is also possible to
        use a shorter notation for multiLevel decomposition when the same
        decomposition method applies to each level.
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