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NEPGetEigenpair

Gets the i-th solution of the eigenproblem as computed by NEPSolve(). The solution consists in both the eigenvalue and the eigenvector.

Synopsis

#include "slepcnep.h" 
#include "slepcbv.h" 
PetscErrorCode NEPGetEigenpair(NEP nep,PetscInt i,PetscScalar *eigr,PetscScalar *eigi,Vec Vr,Vec Vi)
Logically Collective on nep

Input Parameters

nep  - nonlinear eigensolver context
i  - index of the solution

Output Parameters

eigr  - real part of eigenvalue
eigi  - imaginary part of eigenvalue
Vr  - real part of eigenvector
Vi  - imaginary part of eigenvector

Notes

It is allowed to pass NULL for Vr and Vi, if the eigenvector is not required. Otherwise, the caller must provide valid Vec objects, i.e., they must be created by the calling program with e.g. MatCreateVecs().

If the eigenvalue is real, then eigi and Vi are set to zero. If PETSc is configured with complex scalars the eigenvalue is stored directly in eigr (eigi is set to zero) and the eigenvector in Vr (Vi is set to zero). In any case, the user can pass NULL in Vr or Vi if one of them is not required.

The index i should be a value between 0 and nconv-1 (see NEPGetConverged()). Eigenpairs are indexed according to the ordering criterion established with NEPSetWhichEigenpairs().

See Also

NEPSolve(), NEPGetConverged(), NEPSetWhichEigenpairs(), NEPGetLeftEigenvector()

Location: src/nep/interface/nepsolve.c

Examples

src/nep/tutorials/ex20.c.html
src/nep/tutorials/ex42.c.html
src/nep/tutorials/ex20f90.F90.html

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