[std-interval] Mathematical relations and default
chu at uca.edu
Sat Sep 16 12:30:12 PDT 2006
True. However, sometimes people may simply store entire matrix if the density is relatively high and/or there is an structured sparcity.
Chenyi Hu; Ph.D.
Professor and Chairman
Computer Science Department
University of Central Arkansas
>>> Dr John Pryce <j.d.pryce at ntlworld.com> 09/16/06 01:28 上午 >>>
At 23:10 14/09/06, Chenyi Hu wrote:
>Agree with George that there is no perfect answer. Not seeing explicit
>support for 2 - [0,0] yet. However, it saves initialization time
>significantly for applications involving large-scale sparse systems.
This puzzles me. Surely the point about sparse storage is that zero
is simply NOT STORED and therefore [0,0] never constructed?
Dr John and Mrs Kate Pryce
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