# Source code for pymor.analyticalproblems.elliptic

```# This file is part of the pyMOR project (http://www.pymor.org).

import numpy as np

from pymor.core.interfaces import ImmutableInterface
from pymor.tools.frozendict import FrozenDict

[docs]class StationaryProblem(ImmutableInterface):
"""Linear elliptic problem description.

The problem consists in solving ::

- ∇ ⋅ [d(x, μ) ∇ u(x, μ)] + ∇ ⋅ [f(x, u(x, μ), μ)] + c(x, u(x, μ), μ) = f(x, μ)

for u.

Parameters
----------
domain
A |DomainDescription| of the domain the problem is posed on.
rhs
The |Function| f(x, μ). `rhs.dim_domain` has to agree with the
dimension of `domain`, whereas `rhs.shape_range` has to be `()`.
diffusion
The |Function| d(x, μ) with `shape_range` of either `()` or
`(dim domain, dim domain)`.
The |Function| f, only depending on x, with `shape_range` of `(dim domain,)`.
The |Function| f, only depending on u, with `shape_range` of `(dim domain,)`.
The derivative of f, only depending on u, with respect to u.
reaction
The |Function| c, only depending on x, with `shape_range` of `()`.
nonlinear_reaction
The |Function| c, only depending on u, with `shape_range` of `()`.
nonlinear_reaction_derivative
The derivative of the |Function| c, only depending on u, with `shape_range` of `()`.
dirichlet_data
|Function| providing the Dirichlet boundary values.
neumann_data
|Function| providing the Neumann boundary values.
robin_data
Tuple of two |Functions| providing the Robin parameter and boundary values.
outputs
Tuple of additional output functionals to assemble. Each value must be a tuple
of the form `(functional_type, data)` where `functional_type` is a string
defining the type of functional to assemble and `data` is a |Function| holding
the corresponding coefficient function. Currently implemented `functional_types`
are:

:l2:            Evaluate the l2-product with the given data function.
:l2_boundary:   Evaluate the l2-product with the given data function
on the boundary.
parameter_space
|ParameterSpace| for the problem.
name
Name of the problem.

Attributes
----------
domain
rhs
diffusion
reaction
nonlinear_reaction
nonlinear_reaction_derivative
dirichlet_data
neumann_data
robin_data
outputs
"""

def __init__(self, domain,
rhs=None, diffusion=None,
reaction=None, nonlinear_reaction=None, nonlinear_reaction_derivative=None,
dirichlet_data=None, neumann_data=None, robin_data=None, outputs=None,
parameter_space=None, name=None):

assert (rhs is None
or rhs.dim_domain == domain.dim and rhs.shape_range == ())
assert (diffusion is None
or diffusion.dim_domain == domain.dim and diffusion.shape_range in ((), (domain.dim, domain.dim)))
assert (reaction is None
or reaction.dim_domain == domain.dim and reaction.shape_range == ())
assert (nonlinear_reaction is None
or nonlinear_reaction.dim_domain == 1 and nonlinear_reaction.shape_range == ())
assert (nonlinear_reaction_derivative is None
or nonlinear_reaction_derivative.dim_domain == 1 and nonlinear_reaction_derivative.shape_range == ())
assert (dirichlet_data is None
or dirichlet_data.dim_domain == domain.dim and dirichlet_data.shape_range == ())
assert (neumann_data is None
or neumann_data.dim_domain == domain.dim and neumann_data.shape_range == ())
assert (robin_data is None
or (isinstance(robin_data, tuple) and len(robin_data) == 2
and np.all([f.dim_domain == domain.dim and f.shape_range == () for f in robin_data])))
assert (outputs is None
or all(isinstance(v, tuple) and len(v) == 2 and v[0] in ('l2', 'l2_boundary')
and v[1].dim_domain == domain.dim and v[1].shape_range == () for v in outputs))

outputs = tuple(outputs) if outputs is not None else None

self.__auto_init(locals())
```