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Re: Matrix or array operations library

From: Matt Wette
Subject: Re: Matrix or array operations library
Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2018 14:24:51 -0800
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On 12/27/18 10:43 AM, Daniel Llorens wrote:
1) Guile already has a multidimensional array type with strides and all that. Has had it forever. The base library (array-map! etc) is low level and doesn't do much, and the implementation has some cruft, but the type is there, it's fairly simple stuff and and there's nothing fundamentally wrong with it. Should be safe too.


Can you explain how array strides works?  I didn't read it the same as in ndarray.

BTW, ndarray has been swallowed into Python 3 as updated def'n of buffer objects,
if I read correctly.


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