From: Michele De Stefano (micdestefano_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-23 02:59:44
Hello to every one.
I have experienced some problems with the usage of axpy_prod in debug
mode (i.e. "NDEBUG" is not defined, and so, all checks are activated).
The problem arises only with a particular data set and I've verified
that it is generated by these checks:
vector<value_type> cv (v);
typedef typename type_traits<value_type>::real_type real_type;
real_type verrorbound (norm_1 (v) + norm_1 (e1) * norm_1 (e2));
indexing_vector_assign<scalar_plus_assign> (cv, prod (e1, e2));
axpy_prod (e1, e2, v, iterator_category ());
BOOST_UBLAS_CHECK (norm_1 (v - cv) <= 2 *
std::numeric_limits<real_type>::epsilon () * verrorbound,
The last instruction throws an exception.
I'm using Boost 1.35 (because I need the Boost.MPI library, not
present into other versions).
I've already read some discussion on the matter on the mailing list
but I've not understood if this is still a known problem or not.
I think that the operation performed by "axpy_prod" should never fail. Or not ?
Thank you very much.
Michele De Stefano.