From: Alec Ross (alec_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-21 07:43:45
In message <476A7273.2000900_at_[hidden]>, Chris Hamilton
>In a recent project I've been working on, we had need for something that
>I'm calling (for lack of a better, more inspired name ;) an 'indexed'
>multi array. Essentially, we wanted something like a boost multi_array
>but that also allowed indexing along each dimension using some kind of
This looks interesting to me.
>For example, along one dimension the indexing
>function may except a string as input and use a map to return an integer
> index, while along some other dimension the real line may be cut into
>non-overlapping intervals and a double value is looked up returning the
>index of the interval it belongs to.
And this too, in its own right. How do you deal with the issue of
limited precision in doubles? E.g. a value that is a corner case for
just being in range for one index, or possibly another if these ranges
are meant to have no 'gap' (e.g. [d1, d2), [d2, d3))? Or possibly the
value used is just in or out of a range, but the relevant epsilon could
take it either way?
-- Alec Ross
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