Subject: Re: [boost] different matrix library?
From: DE (satan66613_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-08-15 10:30:12
i'll try just one more time
on 15.08.2009 at 14:00
joel wrote :
> The underlying principles of NT2 is that matrix is the common
> representation for all domain-specific entities.
> So we have a polynom, image and even transform object that reuse
> components of matrix to perform their
> computation but with a stricter semantic. Matrix also play the role of
> Lin. Alg. matrix and vector.
suppose i'm a not too experienced programmer and i want to express that
my function foo() takes a column vector as a parameter
considering 'matrix' and 'vector' be distinct types i would write:
void foo(const lib::vector<some_type> &v);
it is type safe and the intent is very clear
as foo() author i know that i get v.size() by 1 matrix (actually a vector)
and can access elements with subscript operator
it is common and it is among the first things every programmer learns
how would i deal with generic matrix?
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