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 *  Copyright (C) 2007  Miguel Rojasch <miguelrojasch@users.sf.net>
 *  Contact: cdk-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
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package org.openscience.cdk.formula.rules;

import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.Iterator;

import org.openscience.cdk.exception.CDKException;
import org.openscience.cdk.formula.MolecularFormulaRange;
import org.openscience.cdk.interfaces.IChemObjectBuilder;
import org.openscience.cdk.interfaces.IElement;
import org.openscience.cdk.interfaces.IIsotope;
import org.openscience.cdk.interfaces.IMolecularFormula;
import org.openscience.cdk.tools.LoggingTool;
import org.openscience.cdk.tools.manipulator.MolecularFormulaManipulator;

 * This class validate if the occurrence of the IElements in the IMolecularFormula
 * are into a limits. As default defines all elements of the periodic table with
 * a occurrence of zero to 100.
 * <p>This rule uses these parameters:
 * <table border="1">
 *   <tr>
 *     <td>Name</td>
 *     <td>Default</td>
 *     <td>Description</td>
 *   </tr>
 *   <tr>
 *     <td>elements</td>
 *     <td>C,H,N,O</td>
 *     <td>The IELements to be analyzed</td>
 *   </tr>
 * </table>
 * @cdk.module  formula
 * @author      miguelrojasch
 * @cdk.created 2007-11-20
00062 public class ElementRule implements IRule{

      private LoggingTool logger;

      private MolecularFormulaRange mfRange;

     *  Constructor for the ElementRule object.
     *  @throws IOException            If an error occurs when reading atom type information
     *  @throws ClassNotFoundException If an error occurs during tom typing
00075     public ElementRule(){
        logger = new LoggingTool(this);

     * Sets the parameters attribute of the ElementRule object.
     * @param params          The new parameters value
     * @throws CDKException   Description of the Exception
     * @see                   #getParameters
00087     public void setParameters(Object[] params) throws CDKException {
       if (params.length != 1) 
             throw new CDKException("ElementRule expects one parameters");
             if(!(params[0] instanceof MolecularFormulaRange))
                   throw new CDKException("The parameter must be of type MolecularFormulaExpand");
            mfRange = (MolecularFormulaRange)params[0];

     * Gets the parameters attribute of the ElementRule object.
     * @return The parameters value
     * @see    #setParameters
00103     public Object[] getParameters() {
      // return the parameters as used for the rule validation
        Object[] params = new Object[1];
        params[0] = mfRange;
        return params;

     * Validate the occurrence of this IMolecularFormula.
     * @param formula   Parameter is the IMolecularFormula
     * @return          An ArrayList containing 9 elements in the order described above

00118     public double validate(IMolecularFormula formula) throws CDKException {
      logger.info("Start validation of ",formula);
      double isValid = 1.0;
      Iterator<IElement> itElem = MolecularFormulaManipulator.elements(formula).iterator();
            IElement element = itElem.next();
            int occur = MolecularFormulaManipulator.getElementCount(formula, element);
            IIsotope elemIsotope = formula.getBuilder().newIsotope(element.getSymbol());
            if((occur < mfRange.getIsotopeCountMin(elemIsotope)) 
                  || ( occur > mfRange.getIsotopeCountMax(elemIsotope)))
                  isValid = 0.0;
        return isValid;
     * Initiate the MolecularFormulaExpand with the maximum and minimum occurrence of the Elements.
     * In this case all elements of the periodic table are loaded.
00143     private void ensureDefaultOccurElements(IChemObjectBuilder builder){
      if (mfRange == null) {
            String[] elements = new String[]{
                        "C", "H", "O", "N", "Si", "P", "S", "F", "Cl",
                        "Br", "I", "Sn", "B", "Pb", "Tl", "Ba", "In", "Pd",
                        "Pt", "Os", "Ag", "Zr", "Se", "Zn", "Cu", "Ni", "Co", 
                        "Fe", "Cr", "Ti", "Ca", "K", "Al", "Mg", "Na", "Ce",
                        "Hg", "Au", "Ir", "Re", "W", "Ta", "Hf", "Lu", "Yb", 
                        "Tm", "Er", "Ho", "Dy", "Tb", "Gd", "Eu", "Sm", "Pm",
                        "Nd", "Pr", "La", "Cs", "Xe", "Te", "Sb", "Cd", "Rh", 
                        "Ru", "Tc", "Mo", "Nb", "Y", "Sr", "Rb", "Kr", "As", 
                        "Ge", "Ga", "Mn", "V", "Sc", "Ar", "Ne", "Be", "Li", 
                        "Tl", "Pb", "Bi", "Po", "At", "Rn", "Fr", "Ra", "Ac", 
                        "Th", "Pa", "U", "Np", "Pu"};

            mfRange = new MolecularFormulaRange();
            for(int i = 0; i < elements.length ; i++)
                  mfRange.addIsotope( builder.newIsotope(elements[i]), 0, 50);

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