**mesh ** -The DMPlex

### Output Parameter

### Notes

Concretely, DMPlexStratify() creates a new label named "depth" containing the depth in the DAG of each point. For cell-vertex
meshes, vertices are depth 0 and cells are depth 1. For fully interpolated meshes, depth 0 for vertices, 1 for edges, and so on
until cells have depth equal to the dimension of the mesh. The depth label can be accessed through DMPlexGetDepthLabel() or DMPlexGetDepthStratum(), or
manually via DMGetLabel(). The height is defined implicitly by height = maxDimension - depth, and can be accessed
via DMPlexGetHeightStratum(). For example, cells have height 0 and faces have height 1.
The depth of a point is calculated by executing a breadth-first search (BFS) on the DAG. This could produce surprising results
if run on a partially interpolated mesh, meaning one that had some edges and faces, but not others. For example, suppose that
we had a mesh consisting of one triangle (c0) and three vertices (v0, v1, v2), and only one edge is on the boundary so we choose
to interpolate only that one (e0), so that

cone(c0) = {e0, v2}

cone(e0) = {v0, v1}

If DMPlexStratify() is run on this mesh, it will give depths
depth 0 = {v0, v1, v2}

depth 1 = {e0, c0}

where the triangle has been given depth 1, instead of 2, because it is reachable from vertex v2.
DMPlexStratify() should be called after all calls to DMPlexSymmetrize()

### See Also

DMPlexCreate(), DMPlexSymmetrize(), DMPlexComputeCellTypes()

### Level

beginner

### Location

src/dm/impls/plex/plex.c
### Examples

src/ts/examples/tutorials/ex11.c.html

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