public class RateMap extends Mapping
The number of inputs to a RateMap is the same as the number of inputs to its encapsulated Mapping. The number of outputs from a RateMap is always one. This one output equals the rate of change of a specified output of the encapsulated Mapping with respect to a specified input of the encapsulated Mapping (the input and output to use are specified when the RateMap is created).
A RateMap which has not been inverted does not define an inverse transformation. If a RateMap has been inverted then it will define an inverse transformation but not a forward transformation.
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AST__BAD, AST__TUNULL, pointer
Constructor and Description 

RateMap(Mapping map,
int ax1,
int ax2)
Create a RateMap.

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public RateMap(Mapping map, int ax1, int ax2)
map
 Pointer to the encapsulated Mapping.ax1
 Index of the output from the encapsulated Mapping for which the
rate of change is required. This corresponds to the delta
quantity forming the numerator of the required element of the
Jacobian matrix. The first axis has index 1.ax2
 Index of the input to the encapsulated Mapping which is to be
varied. This corresponds to the delta quantity forming the
denominator of the required element of the Jacobian matrix.
The first axis has index 1.AstException
 if an error occurred in the AST libraryCopyright © 2024 Central Laboratory of the Research Councils. All Rights Reserved.