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btSequentialImpulseConstraintSolver.h

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

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#ifndef SEQUENTIAL_IMPULSE_CONSTRAINT_SOLVER_H
#define SEQUENTIAL_IMPULSE_CONSTRAINT_SOLVER_H

#include "btConstraintSolver.h"
class btIDebugDraw;
#include "btContactConstraint.h"
#include "btSolverBody.h"
#include "btSolverConstraint.h"


/// btSequentialImpulseConstraintSolver 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
00030 class btSequentialImpulseConstraintSolver : public btConstraintSolver
{

      btAlignedObjectArray<btSolverBody>  m_tmpSolverBodyPool;
      btAlignedObjectArray<btSolverConstraint>  m_tmpSolverConstraintPool;
      btAlignedObjectArray<btSolverConstraint>  m_tmpSolverFrictionConstraintPool;
      btAlignedObjectArray<int>     m_orderTmpConstraintPool;
      btAlignedObjectArray<int>     m_orderFrictionConstraintPool;


protected:
      btScalar solve(btRigidBody* body0,btRigidBody* body1, btManifoldPoint& cp, const btContactSolverInfo& info,int iter,btIDebugDraw* debugDrawer);
      btScalar solveFriction(btRigidBody* body0,btRigidBody* body1, btManifoldPoint& cp, const btContactSolverInfo& info,int iter,btIDebugDraw* debugDrawer);
      void  prepareConstraints(btPersistentManifold* manifoldPtr, const btContactSolverInfo& info,btIDebugDraw* debugDrawer);
      void  addFrictionConstraint(const btVector3& normalAxis,int solverBodyIdA,int solverBodyIdB,int frictionIndex,btManifoldPoint& cp,const btVector3& rel_pos1,const btVector3& rel_pos2,btCollisionObject* colObj0,btCollisionObject* colObj1, btScalar relaxation);

      ContactSolverFunc m_contactDispatch[MAX_CONTACT_SOLVER_TYPES][MAX_CONTACT_SOLVER_TYPES];
      ContactSolverFunc m_frictionDispatch[MAX_CONTACT_SOLVER_TYPES][MAX_CONTACT_SOLVER_TYPES];

      
      ///m_btSeed2 is used for re-arranging the constraint rows. improves convergence/quality of friction
00051       unsigned long     m_btSeed2;

public:

      
      btSequentialImpulseConstraintSolver();

      ///Advanced: Override the default contact solving function for contacts, for certain types of rigidbody
      ///See btRigidBody::m_contactSolverType and btRigidBody::m_frictionSolverType
00060       void  setContactSolverFunc(ContactSolverFunc func,int type0,int type1)
      {
            m_contactDispatch[type0][type1] = func;
      }
      
      ///Advanced: Override the default friction solving function for contacts, for certain types of rigidbody
      ///See btRigidBody::m_contactSolverType and btRigidBody::m_frictionSolverType
00067       void  SetFrictionSolverFunc(ContactSolverFunc func,int type0,int type1)
      {
            m_frictionDispatch[type0][type1] = func;
      }

      virtual ~btSequentialImpulseConstraintSolver();
      
      virtual btScalar solveGroup(btCollisionObject** bodies,int numBodies,btPersistentManifold** manifold,int numManifolds,btTypedConstraint** constraints,int numConstraints,const btContactSolverInfo& info, btIDebugDraw* debugDrawer, btStackAlloc* stackAlloc,btDispatcher* dispatcher);

      virtual btScalar solveGroupCacheFriendly(btCollisionObject** bodies,int numBodies,btPersistentManifold** manifoldPtr, int numManifolds,btTypedConstraint** constraints,int numConstraints,const btContactSolverInfo& infoGlobal,btIDebugDraw* debugDrawer,btStackAlloc* stackAlloc);
      btScalar solveGroupCacheFriendlyIterations(btCollisionObject** bodies,int numBodies,btPersistentManifold** manifoldPtr, int numManifolds,btTypedConstraint** constraints,int numConstraints,const btContactSolverInfo& infoGlobal,btIDebugDraw* debugDrawer,btStackAlloc* stackAlloc);
      btScalar solveGroupCacheFriendlySetup(btCollisionObject** bodies,int numBodies,btPersistentManifold** manifoldPtr, int numManifolds,btTypedConstraint** constraints,int numConstraints,const btContactSolverInfo& infoGlobal,btIDebugDraw* debugDrawer,btStackAlloc* stackAlloc);


      ///clear internal cached data and reset random seed
      virtual     void  reset();

      btScalar solveCombinedContactFriction(btRigidBody* body0,btRigidBody* body1, btManifoldPoint& cp, const btContactSolverInfo& info,int iter,btIDebugDraw* debugDrawer);


      
      unsigned long btRand2();

      int btRandInt2 (int n);

      void  setRandSeed(unsigned long seed)
      {
            m_btSeed2 = seed;
      }
      unsigned long     getRandSeed() const
      {
            return m_btSeed2;
      }

};

#ifndef BT_PREFER_SIMD
typedef btSequentialImpulseConstraintSolver btSequentialImpulseConstraintSolverPrefered;
#endif


#endif //SEQUENTIAL_IMPULSE_CONSTRAINT_SOLVER_H


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