Safe Haskell | None |
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Language | Haskell98 |

Repa arrays are wrappers around a linear structure that holds the element data.

The representation tag determines what structure holds the data.

Delayed Representations (functions that compute elements)

Manifest Representations (real data)

`U`

-- Adaptive unboxed vectors.`V`

-- Boxed vectors.`B`

-- Strict ByteStrings.`F`

-- Foreign memory buffers.

Meta Representations

`P`

-- Arrays that are partitioned into several representations.`S`

-- Hints that computing this array is a small amount of work, so computation should be sequential rather than parallel to avoid scheduling overheads.`I`

-- Hints that computing this array will be an unbalanced workload, so computation of successive elements should be interleaved between the processors`X`

-- Arrays whose elements are all undefined.

Array fusion is achieved via the delayed (`D`

) and cursored (`C`

)
representations. At compile time, the GHC simplifier combines the functions
contained within `D`

and `C`

arrays without needing to create manifest
intermediate arrays.

*Advice for writing fast code:*

- Repa does not support nested parallellism.
This means that you cannot
`map`

a parallel worker function across an array and then call`computeP`

to evaluate it, or pass a parallel worker to parallel reductions such as`foldP`

. If you do then you will get a run-time warning and the code will run very slowly. - Arrays of type
`(Array D sh a)`

or`(Array C sh a)`

are*not real arrays*. They are represented as functions that compute each element on demand. You need to use`computeS`

,`computeP`

,`computeUnboxedP`

and so on to actually evaluate the elements. - Add
`INLINE`

pragmas to all leaf-functions in your code, expecially ones that compute numeric results. Non-inlined lazy function calls can cost upwards of 50 cycles each, while each numeric operator only costs one (or less). Inlining leaf functions also ensures they are specialised at the appropriate numeric types. - Add bang patterns to all function arguments, and all fields of your data types. In a high-performance Haskell program, the cost of lazy evaluation can easily dominate the run time if not handled correctly. You don't want to rely on the strictness analyser in numeric code because if it does not return a perfect result then the performance of your program will be awful. This is less of a problem for general Haskell code, and in a different context relying on strictness analysis is fine.
- Scheduling an 8-thread parallel computation can take 50us on a Linux machine.
You should switch to sequential evaluation functions like
`computeS`

and`foldS`

for small arrays in inner loops, and at the bottom of a divide-and-conquer algorithm. Consider using a`computeP`

that evaluates an array defined using`computeS`

or`foldS`

for each element. - Compile the modules that use Repa with the following flags:
`-Odph -rtsopts -threaded`

`-fno-liberate-case -funfolding-use-threshold1000 -funfolding-keeness-factor1000`

`-fllvm -optlo-O3`

You don't want the liberate-case transform because it tends to duplicate too much intermediate code, and is not needed if you use bang patterns as per point 4. The unfolding flags tell the inliner to not to fool around with heuristics, and just inline everything. If the binaries become too big then split the array part of your program into separate modules and only compile those with the unfolding flags. - Repa writes to the GHC eventlog at the start and end of each parallel computation. Use threadscope to see what your program is doing.
- When you're sure your program works, switch to the unsafe versions
of functions like
`traverse`

. These don't do bounds checks.

*Changes for Repa 3.2:*

- Renamed some Repa 3.1 type classes to have more intuitive names:
`Repr`

->`Source`

,`Fill`

->`Load`

,`Fillable`

->`Target`

,`Combine`

->`Structured`

. - Also renamed
`MArray`

->`MVec`

to emphasise its linear structure. - Made
`Array`

and`MVec`

associated types of`Source`

and`Target`

respectively. - Added the
`S`

(Smallness) and`I`

(Interleave) hints.

- module Data.Array.Repa.Shape
- module Data.Array.Repa.Index
- class Source r e where
- data Array r sh e

- (!) :: Shape sh => Source r e => Array r sh e -> sh -> e
- toList :: Shape sh => Source r e => Array r sh e -> [e]
- deepSeqArrays :: Shape sh => Source r e => [Array r sh e] -> b -> b
- computeP :: (Load r1 sh e, Target r2 e, Source r2 e, Monad m) => Array r1 sh e -> m (Array r2 sh e)
- computeS :: (Load r1 sh e, Target r2 e) => Array r1 sh e -> Array r2 sh e
- copyP :: (Source r1 e, Source r2 e, Load D sh e, Target r2 e, Monad m) => Array r1 sh e -> m (Array r2 sh e)
- copyS :: (Source r1 e, Load D sh e, Target r2 e) => Array r1 sh e -> Array r2 sh e
- data D
- fromFunction :: sh -> (sh -> a) -> Array D sh a
- toFunction :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a) => Array r1 sh a -> (sh, sh -> a)
- delay :: Shape sh => Source r e => Array r sh e -> Array D sh e
- data U
- computeUnboxedP :: (Load r1 sh e, Monad m, Unbox e) => Array r1 sh e -> m (Array U sh e)
- computeUnboxedS :: (Load r1 sh e, Unbox e) => Array r1 sh e -> Array U sh e
- fromListUnboxed :: (Shape sh, Unbox a) => sh -> [a] -> Array U sh a
- fromUnboxed :: sh -> Vector e -> Array U sh e
- toUnboxed :: Array U sh e -> Vector e
- reshape :: (Shape sh1, Shape sh2, Source r1 e) => sh2 -> Array r1 sh1 e -> Array D sh2 e
- append :: (Shape sh, Source r1 e, Source r2 e) => Array r1 (sh :. Int) e -> Array r2 (sh :. Int) e -> Array D (sh :. Int) e
- (++) :: (Shape sh, Source r1 e, Source r2 e) => Array r1 (sh :. Int) e -> Array r2 (sh :. Int) e -> Array D (sh :. Int) e
- extract :: (Shape sh, Source r e) => sh -> sh -> Array r sh e -> Array D sh e
- transpose :: (Shape sh, Source r e) => Array r ((sh :. Int) :. Int) e -> Array D ((sh :. Int) :. Int) e
- backpermute :: forall r sh1 sh2 e. (Shape sh1, Source r e) => sh2 -> (sh2 -> sh1) -> Array r sh1 e -> Array D sh2 e
- backpermuteDft :: forall r1 r2 sh1 sh2 e. (Shape sh1, Shape sh2, Source r1 e, Source r2 e) => Array r2 sh2 e -> (sh2 -> Maybe sh1) -> Array r1 sh1 e -> Array D sh2 e
- module Data.Array.Repa.Slice
- slice :: (Slice sl, Shape (FullShape sl), Source r e) => Array r (FullShape sl) e -> sl -> Array D (SliceShape sl) e
- extend :: (Slice sl, Shape (SliceShape sl), Source r e) => sl -> Array r (SliceShape sl) e -> Array D (FullShape sl) e
- map :: (Shape sh, Source r a) => (a -> b) -> Array r sh a -> Array D sh b
- zipWith :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 b) => (a -> b -> c) -> Array r1 sh a -> Array r2 sh b -> Array D sh c
- (+^) :: (Source r2 c, Source r1 c, Shape sh, Num c) => Array r1 sh c -> Array r2 sh c -> Array D sh c
- (-^) :: (Source r2 c, Source r1 c, Shape sh, Num c) => Array r1 sh c -> Array r2 sh c -> Array D sh c
- (*^) :: (Source r2 c, Source r1 c, Shape sh, Num c) => Array r1 sh c -> Array r2 sh c -> Array D sh c
- (/^) :: (Source r2 c, Source r1 c, Shape sh, Fractional c) => Array r1 sh c -> Array r2 sh c -> Array D sh c
- class Structured r1 a b where
- type TR r1

- traverse :: forall r sh sh' a b. (Source r a, Shape sh) => Array r sh a -> (sh -> sh') -> ((sh -> a) -> sh' -> b) -> Array D sh' b
- traverse2 :: forall r1 r2 sh sh' sh'' a b c. (Source r1 a, Source r2 b, Shape sh, Shape sh') => Array r1 sh a -> Array r2 sh' b -> (sh -> sh' -> sh'') -> ((sh -> a) -> (sh' -> b) -> sh'' -> c) -> Array D sh'' c
- traverse3 :: forall r1 r2 r3 sh1 sh2 sh3 sh4 a b c d. (Source r1 a, Source r2 b, Source r3 c, Shape sh1, Shape sh2, Shape sh3) => Array r1 sh1 a -> Array r2 sh2 b -> Array r3 sh3 c -> (sh1 -> sh2 -> sh3 -> sh4) -> ((sh1 -> a) -> (sh2 -> b) -> (sh3 -> c) -> sh4 -> d) -> Array D sh4 d
- traverse4 :: forall r1 r2 r3 r4 sh1 sh2 sh3 sh4 sh5 a b c d e. (Source r1 a, Source r2 b, Source r3 c, Source r4 d, Shape sh1, Shape sh2, Shape sh3, Shape sh4) => Array r1 sh1 a -> Array r2 sh2 b -> Array r3 sh3 c -> Array r4 sh4 d -> (sh1 -> sh2 -> sh3 -> sh4 -> sh5) -> ((sh1 -> a) -> (sh2 -> b) -> (sh3 -> c) -> (sh4 -> d) -> sh5 -> e) -> Array D sh5 e
- interleave2 :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 a) => Array r1 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r2 (sh :. Int) a -> Array D (sh :. Int) a
- interleave3 :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 a, Source r3 a) => Array r1 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r2 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r3 (sh :. Int) a -> Array D (sh :. Int) a
- interleave4 :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 a, Source r3 a, Source r4 a) => Array r1 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r2 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r3 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r4 (sh :. Int) a -> Array D (sh :. Int) a
- foldP :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Unbox a, Monad m) => (a -> a -> a) -> a -> Array r (sh :. Int) a -> m (Array U sh a)
- foldS :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Unbox a) => (a -> a -> a) -> a -> Array r (sh :. Int) a -> Array U sh a
- foldAllP :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Unbox a, Monad m) => (a -> a -> a) -> a -> Array r sh a -> m a
- foldAllS :: (Shape sh, Source r a) => (a -> a -> a) -> a -> Array r sh a -> a
- sumP :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Num a, Unbox a, Monad m) => Array r (sh :. Int) a -> m (Array U sh a)
- sumS :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Num a, Unbox a) => Array r (sh :. Int) a -> Array U sh a
- sumAllP :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Unbox a, Num a, Monad m) => Array r sh a -> m a
- sumAllS :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Num a) => Array r sh a -> a
- equalsP :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 a, Eq a, Monad m) => Array r1 sh a -> Array r2 sh a -> m Bool
- equalsS :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 a, Eq a) => Array r1 sh a -> Array r2 sh a -> Bool
- selectP :: (Unbox a, Monad m) => (Int -> Bool) -> (Int -> a) -> Int -> m (Array U DIM1 a)

# Abstract array representation

module Data.Array.Repa.Shape

module Data.Array.Repa.Index

class Source r e where Source #

Class of array representations that we can read elements from.

extent :: Shape sh => Array r sh e -> sh Source #

O(1). Take the extent (size) of an array.

index, unsafeIndex :: Shape sh => Array r sh e -> sh -> e Source #

O(1). Shape polymorphic indexing.

linearIndex, unsafeLinearIndex :: Shape sh => Array r sh e -> Int -> e Source #

O(1). Linear indexing into underlying, row-major, array representation.

deepSeqArray :: Shape sh => Array r sh e -> b -> b Source #

Ensure an array's data structure is fully evaluated.

Source D a Source # | Compute elements of a delayed array. |

Source B Word8 Source # | Read elements from a |

Storable a => Source F a Source # | Read elements from a foreign buffer. |

Unbox a => Source U a Source # | Read elements from an unboxed vector array. |

Source X e Source # | Undefined array elements. Inspecting them yields |

Source C a Source # | Compute elements of a cursored array. |

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

Source r1 a => Source (S r1) a Source # | |

Source r1 a => Source (I r1) a Source # | |

(Source r1 e, Source r2 e) => Source (P r1 r2) e Source # | Read elements from a partitioned array. |

deepSeqArrays :: Shape sh => Source r e => [Array r sh e] -> b -> b Source #

Apply `deepSeqArray`

to up to four arrays.

# Computation

computeP :: (Load r1 sh e, Target r2 e, Source r2 e, Monad m) => Array r1 sh e -> m (Array r2 sh e) Source #

Parallel computation of array elements.

computeS :: (Load r1 sh e, Target r2 e) => Array r1 sh e -> Array r2 sh e Source #

Sequential computation of array elements.

copyP :: (Source r1 e, Source r2 e, Load D sh e, Target r2 e, Monad m) => Array r1 sh e -> m (Array r2 sh e) Source #

Parallel copying of arrays.

- This is a wrapper that delays an array before calling
`computeP`

. - You can use it to copy manifest arrays between representations.

copyS :: (Source r1 e, Load D sh e, Target r2 e) => Array r1 sh e -> Array r2 sh e Source #

Sequential copying of arrays.

# Concrete array representations

## Delayed representation

Delayed arrays are represented as functions from the index to element value.

Every time you index into a delayed array the element at that position is recomputed.

Source D a Source # | Compute elements of a delayed array. |

Elt e => LoadRange D DIM2 e Source # | Compute a range of elements in a rank-2 array. |

Shape sh => Load D sh e Source # | Compute all elements in an array. |

Structured D a b Source # | |

(Shape sh, Load D sh e) => Load (I D) sh e Source # | |

data Array D Source # | |

type TR D Source # | |

fromFunction :: sh -> (sh -> a) -> Array D sh a Source #

O(1). Wrap a function as a delayed array.

toFunction :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a) => Array r1 sh a -> (sh, sh -> a) Source #

O(1). Produce the extent of an array, and a function to retrieve an arbitrary element.

delay :: Shape sh => Source r e => Array r sh e -> Array D sh e Source #

O(1). Delay an array. This wraps the internal representation to be a function from indices to elements, so consumers don't need to worry about what the previous representation was.

## Unboxed vector representation

Unboxed arrays are represented as unboxed vectors.

The implementation uses `Data.Vector.Unboxed`

which is based on type
families and picks an efficient, specialised representation for every
element type. In particular, unboxed vectors of pairs are represented
as pairs of unboxed vectors.
This is the most efficient representation for numerical data.

Unbox a => Source U a Source # | Read elements from an unboxed vector array. |

Unbox e => Target U e Source # | Filling of unboxed vector arrays. |

Unbox a => Structured U a b Source # | |

(Read sh, Read e, Unbox e) => Read (Array U sh e) Source # | |

(Show sh, Show e, Unbox e) => Show (Array U sh e) Source # | |

data Array U Source # | |

data MVec U Source # | |

type TR U Source # | |

computeUnboxedP :: (Load r1 sh e, Monad m, Unbox e) => Array r1 sh e -> m (Array U sh e) Source #

Parallel computation of array elements.

- This is an alias for
`computeP`

with a more specific type.

computeUnboxedS :: (Load r1 sh e, Unbox e) => Array r1 sh e -> Array U sh e Source #

Sequential computation of array elements..

- This is an alias for
`computeS`

with a more specific type.

fromListUnboxed :: (Shape sh, Unbox a) => sh -> [a] -> Array U sh a Source #

O(n). Convert a list to an unboxed vector array.

- This is an alias for
`fromList`

with a more specific type.

# Operators

## Index space transformations

reshape :: (Shape sh1, Shape sh2, Source r1 e) => sh2 -> Array r1 sh1 e -> Array D sh2 e Source #

Impose a new shape on the elements of an array.
The new extent must be the same size as the original, else `error`

.

append :: (Shape sh, Source r1 e, Source r2 e) => Array r1 (sh :. Int) e -> Array r2 (sh :. Int) e -> Array D (sh :. Int) e Source #

Append two arrays.

(++) :: (Shape sh, Source r1 e, Source r2 e) => Array r1 (sh :. Int) e -> Array r2 (sh :. Int) e -> Array D (sh :. Int) e Source #

Append two arrays.

Extract a sub-range of elements from an array.

transpose :: (Shape sh, Source r e) => Array r ((sh :. Int) :. Int) e -> Array D ((sh :. Int) :. Int) e Source #

Transpose the lowest two dimensions of an array. Transposing an array twice yields the original.

:: (Shape sh1, Source r e) | |

=> sh2 | Extent of result array. |

-> (sh2 -> sh1) | Function mapping each index in the result array to an index of the source array. |

-> Array r sh1 e | Source array. |

-> Array D sh2 e |

Backwards permutation of an array's elements.

:: (Shape sh1, Shape sh2, Source r1 e, Source r2 e) | |

=> Array r2 sh2 e | Default values ( |

-> (sh2 -> Maybe sh1) | Function mapping each index in the result array to an index in the source array. |

-> Array r1 sh1 e | Source array. |

-> Array D sh2 e |

Default backwards permutation of an array's elements.
If the function returns `Nothing`

then the value at that index is taken
from the default array (`arrDft`

)

## Slice transformations

module Data.Array.Repa.Slice

slice :: (Slice sl, Shape (FullShape sl), Source r e) => Array r (FullShape sl) e -> sl -> Array D (SliceShape sl) e Source #

Take a slice from an array, according to a given specification.

For example, to take a row from a matrix use the following:

slice arr (Any :. (5::Int) :. All)

To take a column use:

slice arr (Any :. (5::Int))

extend :: (Slice sl, Shape (SliceShape sl), Source r e) => sl -> Array r (SliceShape sl) e -> Array D (FullShape sl) e Source #

Extend an array, according to a given slice specification.

For example, to replicate the rows of an array use the following:

extend (Any :. (5::Int) :. All) arr

## Structure preserving operations

map :: (Shape sh, Source r a) => (a -> b) -> Array r sh a -> Array D sh b Source #

Apply a worker function to each element of an array, yielding a new array with the same extent.

zipWith :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 b) => (a -> b -> c) -> Array r1 sh a -> Array r2 sh b -> Array D sh c Source #

Combine two arrays, element-wise, with a binary operator. If the extent of the two array arguments differ, then the resulting array's extent is their intersection.

(+^) :: (Source r2 c, Source r1 c, Shape sh, Num c) => Array r1 sh c -> Array r2 sh c -> Array D sh c infixl 6 Source #

(-^) :: (Source r2 c, Source r1 c, Shape sh, Num c) => Array r1 sh c -> Array r2 sh c -> Array D sh c infixl 6 Source #

(*^) :: (Source r2 c, Source r1 c, Shape sh, Num c) => Array r1 sh c -> Array r2 sh c -> Array D sh c infixl 7 Source #

(/^) :: (Source r2 c, Source r1 c, Shape sh, Fractional c) => Array r1 sh c -> Array r2 sh c -> Array D sh c infixl 7 Source #

class Structured r1 a b where Source #

Structured versions of `map`

and `zipWith`

that preserve the representation
of cursored and partitioned arrays.

For cursored (`C`

) arrays, the cursoring of the source array is preserved.

For partitioned (`P`

) arrays, the worker function is fused with each array
partition separately, instead of treating the whole array as a single
bulk object.

Preserving the cursored and/or paritioned representation of an array
is will make follow-on computation more efficient than if the array was
converted to a vanilla Delayed (`D`

) array as with plain `map`

and `zipWith`

.

If the source array is not cursored or partitioned then `smap`

and
`szipWith`

are identical to the plain functions.

smap :: Shape sh => (a -> b) -> Array r1 sh a -> Array (TR r1) sh b Source #

Structured `map`

.

szipWith :: (Shape sh, Source r c) => (c -> a -> b) -> Array r sh c -> Array r1 sh a -> Array (TR r1) sh b Source #

Structured `zipWith`

.
If you have a cursored or partitioned source array then use that as
the third argument (corresponding to `r1`

here)

Structured D a b Source # | |

Structured B Word8 b Source # | |

Storable a => Structured F a b Source # | |

Unbox a => Structured U a b Source # | |

Structured X a b Source # | |

Structured C a b Source # | |

Structured r1 a b => Structured (S r1) a b Source # | |

Structured r1 a b => Structured (I r1) a b Source # | |

(Structured r1 a b, Structured r2 a b) => Structured (P r1 r2) a b Source # | |

## Generic traversal

:: (Source r a, Shape sh) | |

=> Array r sh a | Source array. |

-> (sh -> sh') | Function to produce the extent of the result. |

-> ((sh -> a) -> sh' -> b) | Function to produce elements of the result. It is passed a lookup function to get elements of the source. |

-> Array D sh' b |

Unstructured traversal.

:: (Source r1 a, Source r2 b, Shape sh, Shape sh') | |

=> Array r1 sh a | First source array. |

-> Array r2 sh' b | Second source array. |

-> (sh -> sh' -> sh'') | Function to produce the extent of the result. |

-> ((sh -> a) -> (sh' -> b) -> sh'' -> c) | Function to produce elements of the result. It is passed lookup functions to get elements of the source arrays. |

-> Array D sh'' c |

Unstructured traversal over two arrays at once.

traverse3 :: forall r1 r2 r3 sh1 sh2 sh3 sh4 a b c d. (Source r1 a, Source r2 b, Source r3 c, Shape sh1, Shape sh2, Shape sh3) => Array r1 sh1 a -> Array r2 sh2 b -> Array r3 sh3 c -> (sh1 -> sh2 -> sh3 -> sh4) -> ((sh1 -> a) -> (sh2 -> b) -> (sh3 -> c) -> sh4 -> d) -> Array D sh4 d Source #

Unstructured traversal over three arrays at once.

traverse4 :: forall r1 r2 r3 r4 sh1 sh2 sh3 sh4 sh5 a b c d e. (Source r1 a, Source r2 b, Source r3 c, Source r4 d, Shape sh1, Shape sh2, Shape sh3, Shape sh4) => Array r1 sh1 a -> Array r2 sh2 b -> Array r3 sh3 c -> Array r4 sh4 d -> (sh1 -> sh2 -> sh3 -> sh4 -> sh5) -> ((sh1 -> a) -> (sh2 -> b) -> (sh3 -> c) -> (sh4 -> d) -> sh5 -> e) -> Array D sh5 e Source #

Unstructured traversal over four arrays at once.

## Interleaving

interleave2 :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 a) => Array r1 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r2 (sh :. Int) a -> Array D (sh :. Int) a Source #

Interleave the elements of two arrays.
All the input arrays must have the same extent, else `error`

.
The lowest dimension of the result array is twice the size of the inputs.

interleave2 a1 a2 b1 b2 => a1 b1 a2 b2 a3 a4 b3 b4 a3 b3 a4 b4

interleave3 :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 a, Source r3 a) => Array r1 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r2 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r3 (sh :. Int) a -> Array D (sh :. Int) a Source #

Interleave the elements of three arrays.

interleave4 :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 a, Source r3 a, Source r4 a) => Array r1 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r2 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r3 (sh :. Int) a -> Array r4 (sh :. Int) a -> Array D (sh :. Int) a Source #

Interleave the elements of four arrays.

## Reduction

foldP :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Unbox a, Monad m) => (a -> a -> a) -> a -> Array r (sh :. Int) a -> m (Array U sh a) Source #

Parallel reduction of the innermost dimension of an arbitray rank array.

The first argument needs to be an associative sequential operator.
The starting element must be neutral with respect to the operator, for
example `0`

is neutral with respect to `(+)`

as `0 + a = a`

.
These restrictions are required to support parallel evaluation, as the
starting element may be used multiple times depending on the number of threads.

Elements are reduced in the order of their indices, from lowest to highest. Applications of the operator are associatied arbitrarily.

`>>>`

`let c 0 x = x; c x 0 = x; c x y = y`

`>>>`

`let a = fromListUnboxed (Z :. 2 :. 2) [1,2,3,4] :: Array U (Z :. Int :. Int) Int`

`>>>`

AUnboxed (Z :. 2) (fromList [2,4])`foldP c 0 a`

foldS :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Unbox a) => (a -> a -> a) -> a -> Array r (sh :. Int) a -> Array U sh a Source #

Sequential reduction of the innermost dimension of an arbitrary rank array.

Combine this with `transpose`

to fold any other dimension.

Elements are reduced in the order of their indices, from lowest to highest. Applications of the operator are associatied arbitrarily.

`>>>`

`let c 0 x = x; c x 0 = x; c x y = y`

`>>>`

`let a = fromListUnboxed (Z :. 2 :. 2) [1,2,3,4] :: Array U (Z :. Int :. Int) Int`

`>>>`

AUnboxed (Z :. 2) (fromList [2,4])`foldS c 0 a`

foldAllP :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Unbox a, Monad m) => (a -> a -> a) -> a -> Array r sh a -> m a Source #

Parallel reduction of an array of arbitrary rank to a single scalar value.

The first argument needs to be an associative sequential operator.
The starting element must be neutral with respect to the operator,
for example `0`

is neutral with respect to `(+)`

as `0 + a = a`

.
These restrictions are required to support parallel evaluation, as the
starting element may be used multiple times depending on the number of threads.

Elements are reduced in row-major order. Applications of the operator are associated arbitrarily.

foldAllS :: (Shape sh, Source r a) => (a -> a -> a) -> a -> Array r sh a -> a Source #

Sequential reduction of an array of arbitrary rank to a single scalar value.

Elements are reduced in row-major order. Applications of the operator are associated arbitrarily.

sumP :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Num a, Unbox a, Monad m) => Array r (sh :. Int) a -> m (Array U sh a) Source #

Parallel sum the innermost dimension of an array.

sumS :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Num a, Unbox a) => Array r (sh :. Int) a -> Array U sh a Source #

Sequential sum the innermost dimension of an array.

sumAllP :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Unbox a, Num a, Monad m) => Array r sh a -> m a Source #

Parallel sum all the elements of an array.

sumAllS :: (Shape sh, Source r a, Num a) => Array r sh a -> a Source #

Sequential sum of all the elements of an array.

equalsP :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 a, Eq a, Monad m) => Array r1 sh a -> Array r2 sh a -> m Bool Source #

Check whether two arrays have the same shape and contain equal elements, in parallel.

equalsS :: (Shape sh, Source r1 a, Source r2 a, Eq a) => Array r1 sh a -> Array r2 sh a -> Bool Source #

Check whether two arrays have the same shape and contain equal elements, sequentially.

## Selection

:: (Unbox a, Monad m) | |

=> (Int -> Bool) | If the Int matches this predicate, |

-> (Int -> a) | ... then pass it to this fn to produce a value |

-> Int | Range between 0 and this maximum. |

-> m (Array U DIM1 a) | Array containing produced values. |

Produce an array by applying a predicate to a range of integers. If the predicate matches, then use the second function to generate the element.

- This is a low-level function helpful for writing filtering operations on arrays.
- Use the integer as the index into the array you're filtering.