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odepkg_event_handle.m

%# Copyright (C) 2006-2009, Thomas Treichl <treichl@users.sourceforge.net>
%# OdePkg - A package for solving ordinary differential equations and more
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%# -*- texinfo -*-
%# @deftypefn {Function File} {[@var{sol}] =} odepkg_event_handle (@var{@@fun}, @var{time}, @var{y}, @var{flag}, [@var{par1}, @var{par2}, @dots{}])
%#
%# Return the solution of the event function that is specified as the first input argument @var{@@fun} in form of a function handle. The second input argument @var{time} is of type double scalar and specifies the time of the event evaluation, the third input argument @var{y} either is of type double column vector (for ODEs and DAEs) and specifies the solutions or is of type cell array (for IDEs and DDEs) and specifies the derivatives or the history values, the third input argument @var{flag} is of type string and can be of the form 
%# @table @option
%# @item  @code{"init"}
%# then initialize internal persistent variables of the function @command{odepkg_event_handle} and return an empty cell array of size 4,
%# @item  @code{"calc"}
%# then do the evaluation of the event function and return the solution @var{sol} as type cell array of size 4,
%# @item  @code{"done"}
%# then cleanup internal variables of the function @command{odepkg_event_handle} and return an empty cell array of size 4.
%# @end table
%# Optionally if further input arguments @var{par1}, @var{par2}, @dots{} of any type are given then pass these parameters through @command{odepkg_event_handle} to the event function.
%#
%# This function is an OdePkg internal helper function therefore it should never be necessary that this function is called directly by a user. There is only little error detection implemented in this function file to achieve the highest performance.
%# @end deftypefn
%#
%# @seealso{odepkg}

function [vretval] = odepkg_event_handle (vevefun, vt, vy, vflag, varargin)

  %# No error handling has been implemented in this function to achieve
  %# the highest performance available.

  %# vretval{1} is true or false; either to terminate or to continue
  %# vretval{2} is the index information for which event occured
  %# vretval{3} is the time information column vector
  %# vretval{4} is the line by line result information matrix

  %# These persistent variables are needed to store the results and the
  %# time value from the processing in the time stamp before, veveold
  %# are the results from the event function, vtold the time stamp,
  %# vretcell the return values cell array, vyold the result of the ode
  %# and vevecnt the counter for how often this event handling
  %# has been called
  persistent veveold;  persistent vtold;
  persistent vretcell; persistent vyold;
  persistent vevecnt;

  %# Call the event function if an event function has been defined to
  %# initialize the internal variables of the event function an to get
  %# a value for veveold
  if (strcmp (vflag, 'init'))

    if (~iscell (vy))
      vinpargs = {vevefun, vt, vy};
    else
      vinpargs = {vevefun, vt, vy{1}, vy{2}};
      vy = vy{1}; %# Delete cell element 2
    end
    if (nargin > 4)
      vinpargs = {vinpargs{:}, varargin{:}};
    end
    [veveold, vterm, vdir] = feval (vinpargs{:});

    %# We assume that all return values must be column vectors
    veveold = veveold(:)'; vterm = vterm(:)'; vdir = vdir(:)';
    vtold = vt; vyold = vy; vevecnt = 1; vretcell = cell (1,4);

  %# Process the event, find the zero crossings either for a rising
  %# or for a falling edge
  elseif (isempty (vflag))

    if (~iscell (vy))
      vinpargs = {vevefun, vt, vy};
    else
      vinpargs = {vevefun, vt, vy{1}, vy{2}};
      vy = vy{1}; %# Delete cell element 2
    end
    if (nargin > 4)
      vinpargs = {vinpargs{:}, varargin{:}};
    end
    [veve, vterm, vdir] = feval (vinpargs{:});

    %# We assume that all return values must be column vectors
    veve = veve(:)'; vterm = vterm(:)'; vdir = vdir(:)';

    %# Check if one or more signs of the event has changed
    vsignum = (sign (veveold) ~= sign (veve));
    if (any (vsignum))         %# One or more values have changed
      vindex = find (vsignum); %# Get the index of the changed values

      if (any (vdir(vindex) == 0))
        %# Rising or falling (both are possible)
        %# Don't change anything, keep the index
      elseif (any (vdir(vindex) == sign (veve(vindex))))
        %# Detected rising or falling, need a new index
        vindex = find (vdir == sign (veve));
      else
        %# Found a zero crossing but must not be notified
        vindex = [];
      end

      %# Create new output values if a valid index has been found
      if (~isempty (vindex))
        %# Change the persistent result cell array
        vretcell{1} = any (vterm(vindex));    %# Stop integration or not
        vretcell{2}(vevecnt,1) = vindex(1,1); %# Take first event found
        %# Calculate the time stamp when the event function returned 0 and
        %# calculate new values for the integration results, we do both by
        %# a linear interpolation
        vtnew = vt - veve(1,vindex) * (vt - vtold) / (veve(1,vindex) - veveold(1,vindex));
        vynew = (vy - (vt - vtnew) * (vy - vyold) / (vt - vtold))';
        vretcell{3}(vevecnt,1) = vtnew;
        vretcell{4}(vevecnt,:) = vynew;
        vevecnt = vevecnt + 1;
      end %# if (~isempty (vindex))

    end %# Check for one or more signs ...
    veveold = veve; vtold = vt; vretval = vretcell; vyold = vy;

  elseif (strcmp (vflag, 'done')) %# Clear this event handling function
    clear ('veveold', 'vtold', 'vretcell', 'vyold', 'vevecnt');
    vretcell = cell (1,4);

  end

%!function [veve, vterm, vdir] = feveode (vt, vy, varargin)
%!  veve  = vy(1); %# Which event component should be treaded
%!  vterm =     1; %# Terminate if an event is found
%!  vdir  =    -1; %# In which direction, -1 for falling
%!function [veve, vterm, vdir] = feveide (vt, vy, vyd, varargin)
%!  veve  = vy(1); %# Which event component should be treaded
%!  vterm =     1; %# Terminate if an event is found
%!  vdir  =    -1; %# In which direction, -1 for falling
%!
%!test %# First call to initialize the odepkg_event_handle function
%!  odepkg_event_handle (@feveode, 0.0, [0 1 2 3], 'init', 123, 456);
%!test %# Two calls to find the event that may occur with ODE/DAE syntax
%!  A = odepkg_event_handle (@feveode, 2.0, [ 0 0 3 2], '', 123, 456);
%!  B = odepkg_event_handle (@feveode, 3.0, [-1 0 3 2], '', 123, 456);
%!  assert (A, {[], [], [], []});
%!  assert (B{4}, [0 0 3 2]);
%!test %# Last call to cleanup the odepkg_event_handle function
%!  odepkg_event_handle (@feveode, 4.0, [0 1 2 3], 'done', 123, 456);
%!test %# First call to initialize the odepkg_event_handle function
%!  odepkg_event_handle (@feveide, 0.0, {[0 1 2 3], [0 1 2 3]}, 'init', 123, 456);
%!test %# Two calls to find the event that may occur with IDE/DDE syntax
%!  A = odepkg_event_handle (@feveide, 2.0, {[0 0 3 2], [0 0 3 2]}, '', 123, 456);
%!  B = odepkg_event_handle (@feveide, 3.0, {[-1 0 3 2], [0 0 3 2]}, '', 123, 456);
%!  assert (A, {[], [], [], []});
%!  assert (B{4}, [0 0 3 2]);
%!test %# Last call to cleanup the odepkg_event_handle function
%!  odepkg_event_handle (@feveide, 4.0, {[0 1 2 3], [0 1 2 3]}, 'done', 123, 456);

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