No time averaging and kernel's signature
Small design decision. The no time averaging (NTA) option has the effect that the SpaceTimePredictor and VolumeIntegral don't take the same argument with or without the option.
In the case of the SpaceTimePredictor it's a few data storage that aren't required (the one storing the time averaged data) so it's not a bid deal as I can just pass the pointer that happen to be nullptr if NTA is enabled.
In the case of the VolumeIntegral however it's a bit dirtier: it needs either lFhi (time averaged flux) or lFi. Currently I have chosen to always gives the kernel both storage and let it use the right one, ignoring the other (lFhi might be nullptr, lFi is always correct). Another possibility since both lFi and lFhi are double* would be to use the same signature and just pass the correct one, which I could detect by checking if lFhi is nullptr but it would be a bit unclean because it would mean assuming it has to be nullptr when using NTA (which it currently is, but I don't like having such hidden relationship in the code).
Do you agree with the current design (giving everything to the kernel, possibly nullptr, and letting it do the correct choice based on its template parameters) or do you have another design preference ?
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