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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] Is there a spatialIndex in boost?
From: Peng Yu (pengyu.ut_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-22 10:27:38
On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 9:07 AM, Mike Marchywka <marchywka_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I had a couple of questions related to recent posts here.
Do you mean my posts or some recent posts on this mailing list in general?
> The only part of boost I've used is the regular expressions and these, along with greta, work fine.
> I eventually did write some of my own code to handle special subsets when I had comparaitvely long
> vectors of patterns and targets. I'm not sure what you are looking for with either spatial index or
> FFTW but both of these bring to mind the idea of strategy selection that includes things like
> cache awareness. In the case of my regex vector problem, I guess had there been flags
> to set a strategy, even if one could not have been deduced with reasonable overhead, that
> would help overall performance. I'm not sure that you want a library based on good progamming
> pracitce to be littered with implementations for quirky parameter ranges but the performance
> benefits can be worthwhile in some cases. If you are searching though a high-dimensional space,
> something like a DB query, it may be important to pick a strategy first and curious to know
> what there may be in boost related to this.
> Is there any kind of strategy selection or factory infrastructure? Even something as simple
> as a cache library, maybe similar to a thread library?
I don't quite understand what you are asking and how it is related
with my original post.
I asked spatialindex and FFT. Because I need to refactor some of my
code written long time back, when there were no support of FFT and
spatialindex in boost.
I programmed by own spatialindex library (specifically, an R-Tree). I
also wrote a C++ wrapper for FFT, which is far from perfect. If boost
has R-Tree and FFT, I would use them rather than my own ones.
BTW, would you please have an empty line between two consecutive
paragraphs to make the post more readable?
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