Commit a8f2e7a7 authored by Etienne Renault's avatar Etienne Renault

twacube: more documentation

* spot/twacube/twacube.hh: here.
parent 3d70fbb0
......@@ -29,6 +29,7 @@
namespace spot
/// \brief Class for thread-safe states.
class SPOT_API cstate
......@@ -42,6 +43,7 @@ namespace spot
unsigned int id_;
/// \brief Class for representing a transition.
class SPOT_API transition
......@@ -54,6 +56,7 @@ namespace spot
virtual ~transition();
/// \brief Class for iterators over transitions
class SPOT_API trans_index final
......@@ -73,21 +76,27 @@ namespace spot
/// Reset the iterator on the first element.
inline void reset()
idx_ = st_.succ;
/// \brief Iterate over the next transition.
inline void next()
/// \brief Returns a boolean indicating wether all the transitions
/// have been iterated.
inline bool done() const
return !idx_ || idx_ > st_.succ_tail;
/// \brief Returns the current transition according to a specific
/// \a seed. The \a seed is traditionnally the thread identifier.
inline unsigned int current(unsigned int seed = 0) const
// no-swarming : since twacube are dedicated for parallelism, i.e.
......@@ -105,45 +114,80 @@ namespace spot
unsigned int idx_;
const graph_t::state_storage_t& st_;
unsigned int idx_; ///< The current transition
const graph_t::state_storage_t& st_; ///< The underlying states
/// \brief Class for representign
class SPOT_API twacube final: public std::enable_shared_from_this<twacube>
twacube() = delete;
/// \brief Build a new automaton from a list of atomic propositions.
twacube(const std::vector<std::string> aps);
virtual ~twacube();
/// \brief Returns the acceptance condition associated to the automaton.
const acc_cond& acc() const;
acc_cond& acc();
/// \brief Returns the names of the atomic properties.
std::vector<std::string> get_ap();
/// \brief This method creates a new state.
unsigned int new_state();
/// \brief Updates the initial state to \a init
void set_initial(unsigned int init);
/// \brief Returns the id of the initial state in the automaton.
unsigned int get_initial();
/// \brief Accessor for a state from its id.
cstate* state_from_int(unsigned int i);
void create_transition(unsigned int src, const cube& cube,
const acc_cond::mark_t& mark, unsigned int dst);
/// \brief create a transition between state \a src and state \a dst,
/// using \a cube as the labelling cube and \a mark as the acceptance mark.
void create_transition(unsigned int src,
const cube& cube,
const acc_cond::mark_t& mark,
unsigned int dst);
/// \brief Accessor the cube's manipulator.
const cubeset& get_cubeset() const;
/// \brief Check if all the successors of a state are located contigously
/// in memory. This is mandatory for swarming techniques.
bool succ_contiguous() const;
typedef digraph<cstate, transition> graph_t;
/// \brief Returns the underlying graph for this automaton.
const graph_t& get_graph()
return theg_;
typedef graph_t::edge_storage_t edge_storage_t;
/// \brief Returns the storage associated to a transition.
const graph_t::edge_storage_t&
trans_storage(std::shared_ptr<trans_index> ci,
unsigned int seed = 0) const
trans_storage(std::shared_ptr<trans_index> ci,
unsigned int seed = 0) const
return theg_.edge_storage(ci->current(seed));
/// \brief Returns the data associated to a transition.
const transition& trans_data(std::shared_ptr<trans_index> ci,
unsigned int seed = 0) const
return theg_.edge_data(ci->current(seed));
///< \brief Returns the successor of state \a i.
std::shared_ptr<trans_index> succ(unsigned int i)
return std::make_shared<trans_index>(i, theg_);
......@@ -152,11 +196,11 @@ namespace spot
friend SPOT_API std::ostream& operator<<(std::ostream& os,
const twacube& twa);
unsigned int init_;
acc_cond acc_;
const std::vector<std::string> aps_;
graph_t theg_;
cubeset cubeset_;
unsigned int init_; ///< The Id of the initial state
acc_cond acc_; ///< The acceptance contidion
const std::vector<std::string> aps_; ///< The name of atomic propositions
graph_t theg_; ///< The underlying graph
cubeset cubeset_; ///< Ease the cube manipulation
inline twacube_ptr make_twacube(const std::vector<std::string> aps)
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