Inheritance diagram for AutomataBase:
typedef virtual_types< Self |
|The type of the series set associated with the automaton. |
|Exact type of the most derived type in the hierarchy. |
Public Member Functions
|const series_set_t &||series () const|
|Accessor to the set of series of the automaton. |
|bool||contains (const Element< Self, T > &elt) const|
|Check if a given element is compatible with the structural element. |
|bool||contains (const Element< OtherS, T > &other) const|
|Specialization of |
|bool||contains (const T &elt_value) const|
|Check if an anonymous value is compatible with a structural element. |
|Element< Self, T >||choose (SELECTOR(T)) const|
|Choose randomly an element in the structure. |
|self_t &||self ()|
|Accessor to the real type. |
Protected Member Functions
|The default constructor is protected since it is an abstract class. |
|AutomataBase (const AutomataBase &other)|
|The copy constructor is protected since it is an abstract class. |
Note that this class is abstract in the hierarchy.
Definition at line 40 of file automata_base.hh.
Indeed, elements structured by a particular type are always incompatible with structural elements of another type.
Accessor to the real type.
To be used by implementations in this class and derived structures to obtain a reference to the structural element with its most derived type.
Referenced by vcsn::op_contains(), vcsn::op_convert(), vcsn::op_in_mirror(), vcsn::op_letter_delta(), vcsn::op_letter_deltac(), vcsn::op_letter_rdelta(), vcsn::op_rdelta(), vcsn::op_rout(), vcsn::op_spontaneous_delta(), and vcsn::op_spontaneous_rdelta().