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Bullet Continuous Collision Detection and Physics Library
Copyright (c) 2003-2006 Erwin Coumans  http://continuousphysics.com/Bullet/

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#include "ConstraintSolver.h"
class IDebugDraw;

/// SimpleConstraintSolver uses a Propagation Method and Sequentially applies impulses
/// The approach is the 3D version of Erin Catto's GDC 2006 tutorial. See http://www.gphysics.com
/// Although Sequential Impulse is more intuitive, it is mathematically equivalent to Projected Successive Overrelaxation (iterative LCP)
/// Applies impulses for combined restitution and penetration recovery and to simulate friction
00026 class SimpleConstraintSolver : public ConstraintSolver
      float Solve(PersistentManifold* manifold, const ContactSolverInfo& info,int iter,IDebugDraw* debugDrawer);
      float SolveFriction(PersistentManifold* manifoldPtr, const ContactSolverInfo& info,int iter,IDebugDraw* debugDrawer);



      virtual ~SimpleConstraintSolver() {}
      virtual float SolveGroup(PersistentManifold** manifold,int numManifolds,const ContactSolverInfo& info, IDebugDraw* debugDrawer=0);



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