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I think this list is pretty good and already includes the important
information. I would definitely include the accuracy of the functions, but
other than that, I think this has the right amount of information for an
On Wednesday 01 June 2016 23:51:17 Gael Guennebaud wrote:
> Hi list,
> as we are supporting more and more coefficient-wise math functions, we need
> a good way to structure and document them. To this end, I've started to
> sketch a table summarising the essential information about each of them:
> - available API (a.foo() ;foo(a) ; a.cwiseFoo())
> - what it does in a few words/equation
> - what is used under the hood, i.e., which STL function (with hyperlinks to
> cppreference)?, built-in implementation? (and if so, which scalar types are
> supported?) Which function has to be provided for custom scalar type?
> - SIMD status: supported instruction set, supported scalar types, accuracy
> (i.e., disabled in non-fast math mode).
> You can see a start here:
> I've included a very few functions just to see how it looks like, and to
> get feedbacks before making it complete.
> - Would you find such a table useful?
> - Does it provides too many or too few information?
> - Is the information clearly presented?
> - Any general comments on this aspect?
> And most importantly, feel free to volunteer to complete this task ;)