Old command to interpolate between mesh object attributes or assign values to a mesh object attribute.

Note: ** interpolate/map** replaces the command

`doping/integer1`

`interpolate/voronoi`

`doping/integer2`

`interpolate/continuous`

`doping/table`

doping/constant/field_out/set|add|sub/ ifirst,ilast,istride/valuedoping/gaussian/field_out/set|add|sub/ ifirst,ilast,istride/ xyz/x1,y1,z1/x2,y2,z2/lateral_diffusion/ concentration/standard_deviation/doping/table/field_out/set|add|sub/cmo_ref/attr_ref/[linear|log|asinh]doping/table/field_out/set|add|sub/cmo_ref/attr_ref/[linear|log|asinh]/ [geom_out/geom_ref]doping/integer1/imt1/set/ifirst,ilast,istride/cmo_ref /imt1/min|maxdoping/integer2/field_out2/set/ifirst,ilast,istride/cmo_ref/attr_ref/min|max|minp|maxp/[create|use]

Options **constant** and **gaussian** assign values to a mesh object
attribute. Options **table**, **integer1**, and **integer2**
interpolate from a reference mesh object.

The **constant** option assigns a constant value to all specified
nodes.

The **gaussian** option creates a very special gaussian distribution
around a line or point. The bounding box (x1,y1,z1) to (x2,y2,z2)
specifies where the peak concentration will be, Note: y2 is ignored;
if z1=z2 then the distribution will be around a point. All
coordinates are assumed to be given as Cartesian, **xyz** is
required. The value assigned to the attribute is determined by the
Gaussian distribution:

value = concentration * exp(-(L/std_dev) * *2)

where L is the effective distance and can be represented as:

L = sqrt( dy**2 + (1/lateral_diffusion)*(dx**2 + dz**2) )

and where

dy = y-y1 (y2 ignored)

dx = x-x1 if x < x1 < x2

= 0 if x1 < x < x2

= x-x2 if x1 < x2 < x

dz similar to dx.

The **table** option interpolates an attribute from a reference mesh
object and reference attribute onto the current mesh object using
**linear**, **log** or **asinh** interpolation (the default is
linear). In the case of 2D tabular interpolation, additional
arguments specify the planar correspondence for the interpolation:
geom_out and geom_ref refer to the output and reference
orientation of a 2D axial distribution and may take the values,
**xy, yz, xz**, .

In all cases, field_out specifies the name of the attribute,
ifirst, ilast, istride specify a point set restriction, and **set
add or subtract** indicate if the calculated or input-value is added
to, subtracted from or used to set the existing node attribute
value.

If the values to be doped (interpolated) are integers (options
**integer1** and **integer2**), doping works in two ways. For
integer doping, only the **set** option is implemented.

If the second field is **integer1**, the new nodal attributes are
based on element material types. Set field_out and attr_ref to
**imt1** in this case. The **integer1** option is implemented only
for setting node material (**imt1**). The **imt1** values of the
active mesh object nodes will be set by determining which element in
the reference mesh object the node falls in. This element’s material
(**itetclr**) value is then assigned to the node **imt1**.

The **integer2** option sets node based attributes in the active
mesh object by determining which voronoi cell in the reference mesh
object the node falls in. Then the value for the node corresponding
to this voronoi cell is copied to the active node.

If the second field is **integer2**, the new nodal attributes are
based on the table attribute types using the Voronoi cells around
the table nodes.

For integer doping, function can be **min** or **max** to choose
what happens if a cmo_out node falls on a boundary between two
elements or Voronoi cells. For 3d, Voronoi cell based doping,
function can also be **minp** or **maxp** which makes any cmo_out
nodes that fall outside the cmo_table geometry set to the maximum
number of materials plus one. Mapset can be set to **create**,
**use**, or left blank. If **create** is used then an idop attribute
is formed that maps the cmo_table nodes to the cmo_out nodes. If
**use** is used, doping will read and use this previously formed and
saved mapping. Note that doping of integers should be done without
child/parent relationships. If parents exist, the doping results are
unpredictable at interface boundaries because the value of parent
nodes are unpredictable there.

```
doping/constant/density/set/pset,get,mypset/9.73
```

For the current mesh object, the value of the attribute density will be set to 9.73 for all nodes in the point set mypset.

```
doping/gaussian/density/add/pset,mypset/xyz/0.0,0.5,0.1/0.5,0.5,0.4/0.5/5.0e+18/0.225
```

For the current mesh object, for nodes in mypset, the value of the attribute density will be augmented by the value of the distribution as defined above.

```
doping/table/my_field/set/1,0,0/cmo_ref/attr_ref/log
```

For the current mesh object, the value of the attribute my_field will be set by interpolating from the reference mesh object and attribute.

```
doping/table/Saturation /set/1,0,0/cmo_course/saturation_course/linear/zx/yx/
```

In this case the yx plane from the reference cmo is interpolated onto the zx plane of the current mesh object:

```
doping/integer1/imt1/set/1,0,0/cmo_old/imt1/min
```

See which element of cmo_old each node of the current mesh object falls in, and set the imt1 attribute value to the itetclr of the element in cmo_old. If the node falls in more than one element use the smallest itetclr.

```
doping/integer2/rad2/set/1,0,0/cmo_old/rad1/min/create
```

Create the voronoi cells around the nodes in cmo_old. See which voronoi cell the nodes in the current mesh object fall in and set the value of the attribute rad2 from the value of the attribute rad1 in the reference mesh object. If there is a conflict use the smallest value. Create a new attribute called idop as explained above.