Safe Haskell | None |
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Language | Haskell98 |

- data V
- computeVectorS :: (Shape sh, Load r1 sh e) => Array r1 sh e -> Array V sh e
- computeVectorP :: (Shape sh, Load r1 sh e, Monad m) => Array r1 sh e -> m (Array V sh e)
- fromListVector :: Shape sh => sh -> [a] -> Array V sh a
- fromVector :: Shape sh => sh -> Vector e -> Array V sh e
- toVector :: Array V sh e -> Vector e

# Documentation

Arrays represented as boxed vectors.

This representation should only be used when your element type doesn't
have an `Unbox`

instsance. If it does, then use the Unboxed `U`

representation will be faster.

Source V a | Read elements from a boxed vector array. |

Target V e | Filling of boxed vector arrays. |

(Read sh, Read e) => Read (Array V sh e) | |

(Show sh, Show e) => Show (Array V sh e) | |

(Arbitrary sh, Arbitrary a, Shape sh) => Arbitrary (Array V sh a) | |

data MVec V = MVector (IOVector e) | |

data Array V sh a = AVector !sh !(Vector a) |

computeVectorS :: (Shape sh, Load r1 sh e) => Array r1 sh e -> Array V sh e Source

Sequential computation of array elements.

- This is an alias for
`compute`

with a more specific type.

computeVectorP :: (Shape sh, Load r1 sh e, Monad m) => Array r1 sh e -> m (Array V sh e) Source

Parallel computation of array elements.

fromListVector :: Shape sh => sh -> [a] -> Array V sh a Source

O(n). Convert a list to a boxed vector array.

- This is an alias for
`fromList`

with a more specific type.