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From "Bill Barker" <wbar...@wilshire.com>
Subject [math] Questions about sparse implementations
Date Mon, 26 Jan 2009 02:04:47 GMT
I've been working on a SparseRealVector that implements RealVector but is 
backed by OpenIntToDoubleHashMap.  Unlike SparseRealMatrix, the goal is more 
speed than space.  Mostly it is going well, but running into a few problems 
where some RealVector methods are almost nonsensical for sparse vectors 
(e.g. mapInvToSelf).

Since the default value of OpenIntToDoubleHashMap is final, this means that 
I currently have to replace the map in this case (so it really isn't 'self' 
afterwards).  So what i'm asking is if it is better to have the default 
value mutable or to allow the backing to be replaced in a "*ToSelf" method. 




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