DEFINITION MODULE PackMatrix; (* Operations on matrices of cardinals using dynamic memory, the cardinals should be small so that they can be effectively packed into word items in order to save memory space. *) (* V1.1, J. Andrea, Jun.22/93 -add Duplicate *) (* V1.0, J. Andrea, Jun.15/93 *) (* This code may be freely used and distributed, it may not be sold. *) (* * For those operations which return a status in the boolean 'ok', * the value of 'ok' should be checked before attempting to use the * resultant array. * If 'ok' is FALSE, then the resultant will not exist. *) EXPORT QUALIFIED Matrix, (* the type *) Build, Destroy, (* matrix creation/deletion *) Put, Get, (* element access *) Size, Min, Max, Compare, (* status *) Assign, (* modify all elements *) Copy, (* copy every element *) Duplicate; (* new copy *) TYPE Matrix; (* opaque *) PROCEDURE Build( VAR a :Matrix; minimum, maximum :CARDINAL; rows, cols :CARDINAL ); (* Create a matrix of the specified size, also supply the minimum and maximum values for the data items. This is intended to be used for small values ( say 0 to 8 or so ) so that those values (taking 3 or 4 bits to represent) could be packed together into larger data items in order to save memory space. Large values can be used but if course the space saving efficiency will be lessened. It's not really the absolute values that are wanted, but the difference between them. For instance picking 100, 107 as the values is a difference of 8 which will fit in 4 bits. *) PROCEDURE Destroy( VAR a :Matrix ); (* Get rid for the specified object *) PROCEDURE Put( a :Matrix; row, col :CARDINAL; value :CARDINAL ); (* Put the specified value into the array at 'row, col'. Trying to putting a value outside the specified range will cause the value to be set to the range end (minimum or maximum). *) PROCEDURE Get( a :Matrix; row, col :CARDINAL ) :CARDINAL; (* Return the value at 'element'. Trying to get an element outside the matrix will result in a zero returned. *) PROCEDURE Size( a :Matrix; VAR bits, bytes, rows, cols :CARDINAL ); (* Return the specifics about how the matrix is implemented. bits = number of bits used to implement the packed value, bytes = number of bytes in the whole array (overhead excluded), rows,cols = size of matrix. *) PROCEDURE Min( a :Matrix ) :CARDINAL; (* Return the minimum value *) PROCEDURE Max( a :Matrix ) :CARDINAL; (* Return the maximum value *) PROCEDURE Compare( a, b :Matrix ) :BOOLEAN; (* Compare two, return TRUE if they are the same *) PROCEDURE Assign( a :Matrix; x :CARDINAL ); (* Set all elements to 'x' *) PROCEDURE Copy( a, b :Matrix ); (* Copy all of 'a' into 'b', iff the sizes, etc. are exactly the same *) PROCEDURE Duplicate( a :Matrix; VAR b :Matrix ); (* Copy 'a' into a new 'b' *) END PackMatrix.