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|@@ -53,6 +53,8 @@ The author hopes that the user-facing API is stable. Unfortunately the internal|
|L<Physics::UEMColumn> uses C<MooseX::Types::NumUnit> (and thus C<Physics::Unit>) to handle unit coercion. This allows units of different (but compatible) unit to be given to initialization directives. Those units are automatically coerced to the proper internal unit. Please note however that returned values are in the unit system used internally. That is to say, these coercions are an input convenience and not a choice of active unit system.|
|+L<Physics::Unit> is missing a few commonly used abbreviated units, for example C<fs> is unrecognized. It may be prudent to use the L<physics-unit> script to check a new unit for existance. In these cases, the long form of the unit (e.g. C<femtoseconds>) may be used. Such omissions may be filed as bugs on that module and will hopefully be present in subsequent releases.|
|=head1 THE C<Physics::UEMColumn> CLASS|
|Instances of the L<Physics::UEMColumn> class may be thought of as the "simulation" objects. The state of a simulation and all its constituent objects are stored in an instance of this class. It does not rely on any internal global state and thus several objects may be used simultaneously.|
|@@ -126,7 +128,7 @@ This method call begins the main simulation. It returns the result of this evalu|
|=head1 Class Aliases|
|-Since this is an object oriented simulation, many classes available to be created. To prevent carpal tunnel syndrom, these classes may be aliased in the current package (via stub functions) to remove the leading namespace C<Physics::UEMColumn::>. To create these aliases, use the import directive C<alias>|
|+Since this is an object oriented simulation, many classes are available to be instantiated, unfortunately many have rather long names. To prevent carpal tunnel syndrom, these classes may be aliased in the current package (via stub functions) to remove the leading namespace C<Physics::UEMColumn::>. To create these aliases, use the import directive C<alias>|
|use Physics::UEMColumn alias => ':standard';|