The PropagationVector type exposes the following members.
Gets or sets the weights to be applied to the scalar values when computing the error which determines how to adapt the step size during integration. This is in addition to any weights used in the integration algorithm itself. If not set, the weights are initialized to 1.0 as a default value.
Gets the number of parameters (per Order) within this element.(Overrides PropagationStateElementDimension.)
Gets or sets the string identifying this instance in the overall output.(Inherited from PropagationStateElement.)
Gets or sets a value indicating whether to include the derivative computed at each step with the output. If this is true, the output converted from the raw state will contain the derivative associated with the Order of the differential equation.(Inherited from PropagationStateElement.)
Gets or sets the initial vector and its derivatives up to the order of the VectorDerivative.
Gets a value indicating whether this object is frozen. A frozen object cannot be modified and an ObjectFrozenException will be thrown if an attempt is made to do so.(Inherited from DefinitionalObject.)
Gets the order of the differential equation corresponding to this element.(Overrides PropagationStateElementOrder.)
Gets or sets a parameter which represents the state during propagation. In general, users should never need to explicitly set this property. It should only be set when multiple NumericalPropagator objects are running in the same EvaluatorGroup, such as when elements of a state require additional instances of a NumericalPropagator inside their implementation in order to produce their values. In such cases, it may be necessary to distinguish between the state of the exterior propagator and the state of the interior propagator. In these cases, it is up to the user to ensure that both the state and all of its elements are configured with the same parameter. Otherwise, the state will throw an exception when creating its propagator.(Overrides PropagationStateElementStateParameter.)