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From m..@apache.org
Subject [4/5] incubator-hawq git commit: HAWQ-49. Remove madlib related codes and tests.
Date Tue, 16 Feb 2016 01:33:22 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-hawq/blob/f58baae0/contrib/gp_sparse_vector/SparseData.c
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-/*
- * Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
- * or more contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file
- * distributed with this work for additional information
- * regarding copyright ownership.  The ASF licenses this file
- * to you under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the
- * "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance
- * with the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
- * 
- *   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
- * 
- * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing,
- * software distributed under the License is distributed on an
- * "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY
- * KIND, either express or implied.  See the License for the
- * specific language governing permissions and limitations
- * under the License.
- */
-
-/**
- * @file
- * \brief This file implements different operations on the SparseData structure.
- *
- * Most functions on sparse vectors are first defined on SparseData, and
- * then packaged up as functions on sparse vectors using wrappers.
- *
- * This is the general procedure for adding functionalities to sparse vectors:
- *  1. Write the function for SparseData.
- *  2. Wrap it up for SvecType in operators.c or sparse_vector.c.
- *  3. Make the function available in gp_svec.sql.
- */
-
-#include <postgres.h>
-#include <stdio.h>
-#include <stdint.h>
-#include <stdlib.h>
-#include <string.h>
-#include <float.h>
-#include "SparseData.h"
-#include "utils/builtins.h"
-#include "utils/syscache.h"
-#include "parser/parse_func.h"
-#include "access/htup.h"
-#include "catalog/pg_proc.h"
-
-#if PG_VERSION_NUM >= 90300
-#include "access/htup_details.h"
-#endif
-
-void* array_pos_ref = NULL;
-
-
-/* -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
- *
- * The following functions used to be defined in SparseData.h. It is unclear to
- * me why (Florian Schoppmann, June 4, 2012).
- *
- * -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
-
-/* BEGIN Previously in SparseData.h */
-
-/* Returns the size of each basic type
- */
-size_t
-size_of_type(Oid type)
-{
-	switch (type)
-	{
-		case FLOAT4OID: return(4);
-		case FLOAT8OID: return(8);
-		case CHAROID: return(1);
-		case INT2OID: return(2);
-		case INT4OID: return(4);
-		case INT8OID: return(8);
-	}
-	return(1);
-}
-
-/* Appends a count to the count array
- * The function appendBinaryStringInfo always make sure to attach a trailing '\0'
- * to the data array of the index StringInfo.
- */
-void append_to_rle_index(StringInfo index, int64 run_len)
-{
-	char bytes[]={0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0}; /* 9 bytes into which the compressed
-					     int8 value is written */
-	int8_to_compword(run_len,bytes); /* create compressed version of
-					    int8 value */
-	appendBinaryStringInfo(index,bytes,int8compstoragesize(bytes));
-}
-
-/* Adds a new block to a SparseData
- * The function appendBinaryStringInfo always make sure to attach a trailing '\0'
- * to the data array of the vals StringInfo.
- */
-void add_run_to_sdata(char *run_val, int64 run_len, size_t width,
-		SparseData sdata)
-{
-	StringInfo index = sdata->index;
-	StringInfo vals  = sdata->vals;
-
-	appendBinaryStringInfo(vals,run_val,width);
-	append_to_rle_index(index, run_len);
-	sdata->unique_value_count++;
-	sdata->total_value_count+=run_len;
-}
-
-/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- * Each integer count in the RLE index is stored in a number of bytes determined
- * by its size.  The larger the integer count, the larger the size of storage.
- * Following is the map of count maximums to storage size:
- * 	Range			Storage
- * 	---------		-----------------------------------------
- * 	0     - 127		signed char stores the negative count
- *
- * 		All higher than 127 have two parts, the description byte
- * 		and the count word
- *
- * 	description byte	signed char stores the number of bytes in the
- * 				count word one of 1,2,4 or 8
- *
- * 	128   - 32767		count word is 2 bytes, signed int16_t
- * 	32768 - 2147483648	count word is 4 bytes, signed int32_t
- * 	2147483648 - max	count word is 8 bytes, signed int64
- *------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- */
-/* Transforms an int64 value to an RLE entry.  The entry is placed in the
- * provided entry[] array and will have a variable size depending on the value.
- */
-void int8_to_compword(int64 num, char entry[9])
-{
-	if (num < 128) {
-		/* The reason this is negative is because entry[0] is
-	           used to record sizes in the other cases. */
-		entry[0] = -(char)num;
-		return;
-	}
-
-	entry[1] = (char)(num & 0xFF);
-	entry[2] = (char)((num & 0xFF00) >> 8);
-
-	if (num < 32768) { entry[0] = 2; return; }
-
-	entry[3] = (char)((num & 0xFF0000L) >> 16);
-	entry[4] = (char)((num & 0xFF000000L) >> 24);
-
-	if (num < 2147483648LL) { entry[0] = 4; return; }
-
-	entry[5] = (char)((num & 0xFF00000000LL) >> 32);
-	entry[6] = (char)((num & 0xFF0000000000LL) >> 40);
-	entry[7] = (char)((num & 0xFF000000000000LL) >> 48);
-	entry[8] = (char)((num & 0xFF00000000000000LL) >> 56);
-
-	entry[0] = 8;
-}
-
-/* Transforms a count entry into an int64 value when provided with a pointer
- * to an entry.
- */
-int64 compword_to_int8(const char *entry)
-{
-	char size = int8compstoragesize(entry);
-	int16_t num_2;
-	char *numptr2 = (char *)(&num_2);
-	int32_t num_4;
-	char *numptr4 = (char *)(&num_4);
-	int64 num = 0;
-	char *numptr8 = (char *)(&num);
-
-	switch(size) {
-	        case 0: /* entry == NULL represents an array of ones; see
-			 * comment after definition of SparseDataStruct above
-			 */
-			return 1;
-		case 1:
-			num = -(entry[0]);
-			break;
-		case 3:
-			numptr2[0] = entry[1];
-			numptr2[1] = entry[2];
-			num = num_2;
-			break;
-		case 5:
-			numptr4[0] = entry[1];
-			numptr4[1] = entry[2];
-			numptr4[2] = entry[3];
-			numptr4[3] = entry[4];
-			num = num_4;
-			break;
-		case 9:
-			numptr8[0] = entry[1];
-			numptr8[1] = entry[2];
-			numptr8[2] = entry[3];
-			numptr8[3] = entry[4];
-			numptr8[4] = entry[5];
-			numptr8[5] = entry[6];
-			numptr8[6] = entry[7];
-			numptr8[7] = entry[8];
-			break;
-	}
-	return num;
-}
-
-void printout_double(double *vals, int num_values, int stop)
-{
-	(void) stop; /* avoid warning about unused parameter */
-	char *output_str = (char *)palloc(sizeof(char)*(num_values*(6+18+2))+1);
-	char *str = output_str;
-	int numout;
-	for (int i=0; i<num_values; i++) {
-		numout = snprintf(str,26,"%6.2f,%#llX,",vals[i],
-				  *((long long unsigned int *)(&(vals[i]))));
-		str += numout-1;
-	}
-	*str = '\0';
-	elog(NOTICE,"doubles:%s",output_str);
-}
-void printout_index(char *ix, int num_values, int stop)
-{
-	(void) stop; /* avoid warning about unused parameter */
-	char *output_str = (char *)palloc(sizeof(char)*((num_values*7)+1));
-	char *str = output_str;
-	int numout;
-	elog(NOTICE,"num_values=%d",num_values);
-	for (int i=0; i<num_values; i++,ix+=int8compstoragesize(ix)) {
-		numout=snprintf(str,7,"%lld,",(long long int)compword_to_int8(ix));
-		str+=numout;
-	}
-	*str = '\0';
-	elog(NOTICE,"index:%s",output_str);
-}
-void printout_sdata(SparseData sdata, char *msg, int stop)
-{
-	elog(NOTICE,"%s ==> unvct,tvct,ilen,dlen,datatype=%d,%d,%d,%d,%d",
-			msg,
-			sdata->unique_value_count,sdata->total_value_count,
-			sdata->index->len,sdata->vals->len,
-			sdata->type_of_data);
-	{
-		char *ix=sdata->index->data;
-		double *ar=(double *)(sdata->vals->data);
-		printout_double(ar,sdata->unique_value_count,0);
-		printout_index(ix,sdata->unique_value_count,0);
-	}
-
-	if (stop)
-	  ereport(ERROR,
-			  (errcode(ERRCODE_INVALID_PARAMETER_VALUE),
-			   errmsg("LAL STOP")));
-}
-
-/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- * Multiplication, Addition, Division by scalars
- *------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- */
-#define typref(type,ptr) (*((type *)(ptr)))
-#define valref(type,val,i) (((type *)(val)->vals->data)[(i)])
-
-#define valsquare(val)	(val*val)
-#define valcube(val)	(val*valsquare(val))
-#define valquad(val)	(valsquare(valsquare(val)))
-
-#define apply_const_to_sdata(sdata,i,op,scalar) \
-	switch ((sdata)->type_of_data) \
-{ \
-	case FLOAT4OID: \
-		valref(float,sdata,i) op typref(float,scalar); \
-		break; \
-	case FLOAT8OID: \
-		valref(float8,sdata,i) op typref(float8,scalar); \
-		break; \
-	case CHAROID: \
-		valref(char,sdata,i) op typref(char,scalar); \
-		break; \
-	case INT2OID: \
-		valref(int16,sdata,i) op typref(int16,scalar); \
-		break; \
-	case INT4OID: \
-		valref(int32,sdata,i) op typref(int32,scalar); \
-		break; \
-	case INT8OID: \
-		valref(int64,sdata,i) op typref(int64,scalar); \
-		break; \
-}
-
-#define apply_scalar_left_to_sdata(sdata,i,op,scalar) \
-	switch ((sdata)->type_of_data) \
-{ \
-	case FLOAT4OID: \
-		valref(float,sdata,i) = \
-		typref(float,scalar) op valref(float,sdata,i); \
-		break; \
-	case FLOAT8OID: \
-		valref(float8,sdata,i) = \
-		typref(float8,scalar) op valref(float8,sdata,i); \
-		break; \
-	case CHAROID: \
-		valref(char,sdata,i) = \
-		typref(char,scalar) op valref(char,sdata,i); \
-		break; \
-	case INT2OID: \
-		valref(int16,sdata,i) = \
-		typref(int16,scalar) op valref(int16_t,sdata,i); \
-		break; \
-	case INT4OID: \
-		valref(int32,sdata,i) = \
-		typref(int32,scalar) op valref(int32_t,sdata,i); \
-		break; \
-	case INT8OID: \
-		valref(int64,sdata,i) = \
-		typref(int64,scalar) op valref(int64,sdata,i); \
-		break; \
-}
-
-#define accum_sdata_result(result,left,i,op,right,j) \
-	switch ((left)->type_of_data) \
-{ \
-	case FLOAT4OID: \
-		typref(float,result) = \
-		valref(float,left,i) op \
-		valref(float,right,j); \
-		break; \
-	case FLOAT8OID: \
-		typref(float8,result) = \
-		valref(float8,left,i) op \
-		valref(float8,right,j); \
-		break; \
-	case CHAROID: \
-		typref(char,result) = \
-		valref(char,left,i) op \
-		valref(char,right,j); \
-		break; \
-	case INT2OID: \
-		typref(int16,result) = \
-		valref(int16,left,i) op \
-		valref(int16,right,j); \
-		break; \
-	case INT4OID: \
-		typref(int32,result) = \
-		valref(int32,left,i) op \
-		valref(int32,right,j); \
-		break; \
-	case INT8OID: \
-		typref(int64,result) = \
-		valref(int64,left,i) op \
-		valref(int64,right,j); \
-		break; \
-}
-
-#define apply_function_sdata_scalar(result,func,left,i,scalar) \
-	switch ((left)->type_of_data) \
-{ \
-	case FLOAT4OID: \
-		valref(float,result,i) =\
-		(float) func(valref(float,left,i),typref(float,scalar)); \
-		break; \
-	case FLOAT8OID: \
-		valref(float8,result,i) =\
-		func(valref(float8,left,i),typref(float8,scalar)); \
-		break; \
-	case CHAROID: \
-		valref(char,result,i) =\
-		(char) func(valref(char,left,i),typref(char,scalar)); \
-		break; \
-	case INT2OID: \
-		valref(int16,result,i) =\
-		(int16) func(valref(int16,left,i),typref(int16,scalar)); \
-		break; \
-	case INT4OID: \
-		valref(int32,result,i) =\
-		(int32) func(valref(int32,left,i),typref(int32,scalar)); \
-		break; \
-	case INT8OID: \
-		valref(int64,result,i) =\
-		(int64) func(valref(int64,left,i),typref(int64,scalar)); \
-		break; \
-}
-
-#define apply_square_sdata(result,left,i) \
-	switch ((left)->type_of_data) \
-{ \
-	case FLOAT4OID: \
-		valref(float,result,i) = \
-		valsquare(valref(float,left,i)); \
-		break; \
-	case FLOAT8OID: \
-		valref(float8,result,i) = \
-		valsquare(valref(float8,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case CHAROID: \
-		valref(char,result,i) = \
-		valsquare(valref(char,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case INT2OID: \
-		valref(int16_t,result,i) = \
-		valsquare(valref(int16_t,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case INT4OID: \
-		valref(int32_t,result,i) = \
-		valsquare(valref(int32_t,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case INT8OID: \
-		valref(int64,result,i) = \
-		valsquare(valref(int64,left,i));\
-		break; \
-}
-
-#define apply_cube_sdata(result,left,i) \
-	switch ((left)->type_of_data) \
-{ \
-	case FLOAT4OID: \
-		valref(float,result,i) = \
-		valcube(valref(float,left,i)); \
-		break; \
-	case FLOAT8OID: \
-		valref(float8,result,i) = \
-		valcube(valref(float8,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case CHAROID: \
-		valref(char,result,i) = \
-		valcube(valref(char,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case INT2OID: \
-		valref(int16_t,result,i) = \
-		valcube(valref(int16_t,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case INT4OID: \
-		valref(int32_t,result,i) = \
-		valcube(valref(int32_t,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case INT8OID: \
-		valref(int64,result,i) = \
-		valcube(valref(int64,left,i));\
-		break; \
-}
-#define apply_quad_sdata(result,left,i) \
-	switch ((left)->type_of_data) \
-{ \
-	case FLOAT4OID: \
-		valref(float,result,i) = \
-		valquad(valref(float,left,i)); \
-		break; \
-	case FLOAT8OID: \
-		valref(float8,result,i) = \
-		valquad(valref(float8,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case CHAROID: \
-		valref(char,result,i) = \
-		valquad(valref(char,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case INT2OID: \
-		valref(int16_t,result,i) = \
-		valquad(valref(int16_t,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case INT4OID: \
-		valref(int32_t,result,i) = \
-		valquad(valref(int32_t,left,i));\
-		break; \
-	case INT8OID: \
-		valref(int64,result,i) = \
-		valquad(valref(int64,left,i));\
-		break; \
-}
-
-/* Checks that two SparseData have the same dimension
- */
-void
-check_sdata_dimensions(SparseData left, SparseData right)
-{
-	if (left->total_value_count != right->total_value_count)
-	{
-		ereport(ERROR,
-			(errcode(ERRCODE_INVALID_PARAMETER_VALUE),
-			 errmsg("dimensions of vectors must be the same")));
-	}
-}
-
-/* Do one of subtract, add, multiply, or divide depending on
- * the value of operation.
- */
-void op_sdata_by_scalar_inplace(enum operation_t operation,
-		char *scalar, SparseData sdata, bool scalar_is_right)
-{
-	if (scalar_is_right) //scalar is on the right
-	{
-		for(int i=0; i<sdata->unique_value_count; i++)
-		{
-			switch(operation)
-			{
-			case subtract:
-				apply_const_to_sdata(sdata,i,-=,scalar)
-				break;
-			case add:
-				apply_const_to_sdata(sdata,i,+=,scalar)
-				break;
-			case multiply:
-				apply_const_to_sdata(sdata,i,*=,scalar)
-				break;
-			case divide:
-				apply_const_to_sdata(sdata,i,/=,scalar)
-				break;
-			}
-		}
-	} else { //scalar is on the left
-		for(int i=0; i<sdata->unique_value_count; i++)
-		{
-			switch(operation)
-			{
-			case subtract:
-				apply_scalar_left_to_sdata(sdata,i,-,scalar)
-				break;
-			case add:
-				apply_scalar_left_to_sdata(sdata,i,+,scalar)
-				break;
-			case multiply:
-				apply_scalar_left_to_sdata(sdata,i,*,scalar)
-				break;
-			case divide:
-				apply_scalar_left_to_sdata(sdata,i,/,scalar)
-				break;
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-}
-SparseData op_sdata_by_scalar_copy(enum operation_t operation,
-		char *scalar, SparseData source_sdata, bool scalar_is_right)
-{
-	SparseData sdata = makeSparseDataCopy(source_sdata);
-	op_sdata_by_scalar_inplace(operation,scalar,sdata,scalar_is_right);
-	return sdata;
-}
-
-/* Exponentiates an sdata left argument with a right scalar
- */
-SparseData pow_sdata_by_scalar(SparseData sdata,
-		char *scalar)
-{
-	SparseData result = makeSparseDataCopy(sdata);
-	for(int i=0; i<sdata->unique_value_count; i++)
-		apply_function_sdata_scalar(result,pow,sdata,i,scalar)
-
-	return(result);
-}
-SparseData square_sdata(SparseData sdata)
-{
-	SparseData result = makeSparseDataCopy(sdata);
-	for(int i=0; i<sdata->unique_value_count; i++)
-		apply_square_sdata(result,sdata,i)
-
-	return(result);
-}
-SparseData cube_sdata(SparseData sdata)
-{
-	SparseData result = makeSparseDataCopy(sdata);
-	for(int i=0; i<sdata->unique_value_count; i++)
-		apply_cube_sdata(result,sdata,i)
-
-	return(result);
-}
-SparseData quad_sdata(SparseData sdata)
-{
-	SparseData result = makeSparseDataCopy(sdata);
-	for(int i=0; i<sdata->unique_value_count; i++)
-		apply_quad_sdata(result,sdata,i)
-
-	return(result);
-}
-
-/* Checks the equality of two SparseData. We can't assume that two
- * SparseData are in canonical form.
- *
- * The algorithm is simple: we traverse the left SparseData element by
- * element, and for each such element x, we traverse all the elements of
- * the right SparseData that overlaps with x and check that they are equal.
- *
- * Note: This function only works on SparseData of float8s at present.
- */
-bool sparsedata_eq(SparseData left, SparseData right)
-{
-	if (left->total_value_count != right->total_value_count)
-		return false;
-
-	char * ix = left->index->data;
-	double * vals = (double *)left->vals->data;
-
-	char * rix = right->index->data;
-	double * rvals = (double *)right->vals->data;
-
-	int read = 0, rread = 0;
-	int rvid = 0;
-	int rrun_length, i;
-
-	for (i=0; i<left->unique_value_count; i++,ix+=int8compstoragesize(ix)) {
-		read += compword_to_int8(ix);
-
-		while (true) {
-			/*
-			 * We need to use memcmp to handle NULLs (represented
-			 * as NaNs) properly
-			 */
-			if (memcmp(&(vals[i]),&(rvals[rvid]),sizeof(float8))!=0)
-				return false;
-
-			/*
-			 * We never move the right element pointer beyond
-			 * the current left element
-			 */
-			rrun_length = compword_to_int8(rix);
-			if (rread + rrun_length > read) break;
-
-			/*
-			 * Increase counters if there are more elements in
-			 * the right SparseData that overlaps with current
-			 * left element
-			 */
-			rread += rrun_length;
-			if (rvid < right->unique_value_count) {
-				rix += int8compstoragesize(rix);
-				rvid++;
-			}
-			if (rread == read) break;
-		}
-	}
-	Assert(rread == read);
-	return true;
-}
-
-/* Checks the equality of two SparseData. We can't assume that two
- * SparseData are in canonical form.
- *
- * The algorithm is simple: we traverse the left SparseData element by
- * element, and for each such element x, we traverse all the elements of
- * the right SparseData that overlaps with x and check that they are equal.
- *
- * Unlike sparsedata_eq, this function assumes that any zero represents a
- * missing data and hence still implies equality
- *
- * Note: This function only works on SparseData of float8s at present.
- */
-bool sparsedata_eq_zero_is_equal(SparseData left, SparseData right)
-{
-	char * ix = left->index->data;
-	double* vals = (double *)left->vals->data;
-
-	char * rix = right->index->data;
-	double* rvals = (double *)right->vals->data;
-
-	int read = 0, rread = 0;
-	int i=-1, j=-1, minimum = 0;
-	minimum = (left->total_value_count > right->total_value_count) ?
-		  right->total_value_count : left->total_value_count;
-
-	for (;(read < minimum)||(rread < minimum);) {
-		if (read < rread) {
-			read += (int)compword_to_int8(ix);
-			ix +=int8compstoragesize(ix);
-			i++;
-			if ((memcmp(&(vals[i]),&(rvals[j]),sizeof(float8))!=0) &&
-			    (vals[i]!=0.0)&&(rvals[j]!=0.0)) {
-				return false;
-			}
-		} else if (read > rread){
-			rread += (int)compword_to_int8(rix);
-			rix+=int8compstoragesize(rix);
-			j++;
-			if ((memcmp(&(vals[i]),&(rvals[j]),sizeof(float8))!=0) &&
-			    (vals[i]!=0.0)&&(rvals[j]!=0.0)) {
-				return false;
-			}
-		} else {
-			read += (int)compword_to_int8(ix);
-			rread += (int)compword_to_int8(rix);
-			ix +=int8compstoragesize(ix);
-			rix+=int8compstoragesize(rix);
-			i++;
-			j++;
-			if ((memcmp(&(vals[i]),&(rvals[j]),sizeof(float8))!=0) &&
-			    (vals[i]!=0.0)&&(rvals[j]!=0.0)) {
-				return false;
-			}
-		}
-	}
-	/*sprintf(result, "result after %d %f", j, rvals[j]);
-	 ereport(NOTICE,
-	 (errcode(ERRCODE_INVALID_PARAMETER_VALUE),
-	 errmsg(result)));*/
-	return true;
-}
-
-/* Checks if one SparseData object contained in another
- *
- * First vector is said to contain second if all non-zero elements
- * of the second data object equal those of the first one
- *
- * Note: This function only works on SparseData of float8s at present.
- */
-bool sparsedata_contains(SparseData left, SparseData right)
-{
-	char * ix = left->index->data;
-	double* vals = (double *)left->vals->data;
-
-	char * rix = right->index->data;
-	double* rvals = (double *)right->vals->data;
-
-	int read = 0, rread = 0;
-	int i=-1, j=-1, minimum = 0;
-	int lsize, rsize;
-	lsize = left->total_value_count;
-	rsize = right->total_value_count;
-	if((rsize > lsize)&&(rvals[right->unique_value_count-1]!=0.0)){
-		return false;
-	}
-
-	minimum = (lsize > rsize)?rsize:lsize;
-
-	for (;(read < minimum)||(rread < minimum);) {
-		if(read < rread){
-			read += (int)compword_to_int8(ix);
-			ix +=int8compstoragesize(ix);
-			i++;
-			if ((memcmp(&(vals[i]),&(rvals[j]),sizeof(float8))!=0)&&(rvals[j]!=0.0)){
-				return false;
-			}
-		}else if(read > rread){
-			rread += (int)compword_to_int8(rix);
-			rix+=int8compstoragesize(rix);
-			j++;
-			if ((memcmp(&(vals[i]),&(rvals[j]),sizeof(float8))!=0)&&(rvals[j]!=0.0)){
-				return false;
-			}
-		}else{
-			read += (int)compword_to_int8(ix);
-			rread += (int)compword_to_int8(rix);
-			ix +=int8compstoragesize(ix);
-			rix+=int8compstoragesize(rix);
-			i++;
-			j++;
-			if ((memcmp(&(vals[i]),&(rvals[j]),sizeof(float8))!=0)&&(rvals[j]!=0.0)){
-				return false;
-			}
-		}
-	}
-	return true;
-}
-
-
-static inline double id(double x) { return x; }
-static inline double square(double x) { return x*x; }
-static inline double myabs(double x) { return (x < 0) ? -(x) : x ; }
-
-/* This function is introduced to capture a common routine for
- * traversing a SparseData, transforming each element as we go along and
- * summing up the transformed elements. The method is non-destructive to
- * the input SparseData.
- */
-double
-accum_sdata_values_double(SparseData sdata, double (*func)(double))
-{
-	double accum=0.;
-	char *ix = sdata->index->data;
-	double *vals = (double *)sdata->vals->data;
-	int64 run_length;
-
-	for (int i=0;i<sdata->unique_value_count;i++)
-	{
-		run_length = compword_to_int8(ix);
-		accum += func(vals[i])*run_length;
-		ix+=int8compstoragesize(ix);
-	}
-	return (accum);
-}
-
-/* Computes the running sum of the elements of a SparseData */
-double sum_sdata_values_double(SparseData sdata) {
-	return accum_sdata_values_double(sdata, id);
-}
-
-/* Computes the l2 norm of a SparseData */
-double l2norm_sdata_values_double(SparseData sdata) {
-	return sqrt(accum_sdata_values_double(sdata, square));
-}
-
-/* Computes the l1 norm of a SparseData */
-double l1norm_sdata_values_double(SparseData sdata) {
-	return accum_sdata_values_double(sdata, myabs);
-}
-
-/*
- * Addition, Scalar Product, Division between SparseData arrays
- *
- * There are a few factors to consider:
- * - The dimension of the left and right arguments must be the same
- * - We employ an algorithm that does the computation on the compressed contents
- *   which creates a new SparseData array
- *------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- */
-SparseData op_sdata_by_sdata(enum operation_t operation,
-					   SparseData left, SparseData right)
-{
-	SparseData sdata = makeSparseData();
-
-	/*
-	 * Loop over the contents of the left array, operating on elements
-	 * of the right array and append a new value to the sdata when a
-	 * new unique value is generated.
-	 *
-	 * We will manage two cursors, one for each of left and right arrays
-	 */
-	char *liptr=left->index->data;
-	char *riptr=right->index->data;
-	int left_run_length, right_run_length;
-	char *new_value,*last_new_value;
-	int tot_run_length=-1;
-	left_run_length = compword_to_int8(liptr);
-	right_run_length = compword_to_int8(riptr);
-	int left_lst=0,right_lst=0;
-	int left_nxt=left_run_length,right_nxt=right_run_length;
-	int nextpos = Min(left_nxt,right_nxt),lastpos=0;
-	int i=0,j=0;
-	size_t width = size_of_type(left->type_of_data);
-
-	check_sdata_dimensions(left,right);
-
-	new_value      = (char *)palloc(width);
-	last_new_value = (char *)palloc(width);
-
-	while (1)
-	{
-		switch (operation)
-		{
-			case subtract:
-				accum_sdata_result(new_value,left,i,-,right,j)
-				break;
-			case add:
-			default:
-				accum_sdata_result(new_value,left,i,+,right,j)
-				break;
-			case multiply:
-				accum_sdata_result(new_value,left,i,*,right,j)
-				break;
-			case divide:
-				accum_sdata_result(new_value,left,i,/,right,j)
-				break;
-		}
-		/*
-		 * Potentially add a new run, depending on whether this is a
-		 * different value from the previous calculation. It may be
-		 * that this calculation has produced an identical value to
-		 * the previous, in which case we store it up, waiting for a
-		 * new value to happen.
-		 */
-		if (tot_run_length==-1)
-		{
-			memcpy(last_new_value,new_value,width);
-			tot_run_length=0;
-		}
-		if (memcmp(new_value,last_new_value,width))
-		{
-			add_run_to_sdata(last_new_value,tot_run_length,sizeof(float8),sdata);
-			tot_run_length = 0;
-			memcpy(last_new_value,new_value,width);
-		}
-		tot_run_length += (nextpos-lastpos);
-
-		if ((left_nxt==right_nxt)&&(left_nxt==(left->total_value_count))) {
-			break;
-		} else if (left_nxt==right_nxt) {
-			i++;j++;
-			left_lst=left_nxt;right_lst=right_nxt;
-			liptr+=int8compstoragesize(liptr);
-			riptr+=int8compstoragesize(riptr);
-		} else if (nextpos==left_nxt) {
-			i++;
-			left_lst=left_nxt;
-			liptr+=int8compstoragesize(liptr);
-		} else if (nextpos==right_nxt) {
-			j++;
-			right_lst=right_nxt;
-			riptr+=int8compstoragesize(riptr);
-		}
-		left_run_length = compword_to_int8(liptr);
-		right_run_length = compword_to_int8(riptr);
-		left_nxt=left_run_length+left_lst;
-		right_nxt=right_run_length+right_lst;
-		lastpos=nextpos;
-		nextpos = Min(left_nxt,right_nxt);
-	}
-
-	/*
-	 * Add the last run if we ended with a repeating value
-	 */
-	if (tot_run_length!=0)
-		add_run_to_sdata(new_value,tot_run_length,sizeof(float8),sdata);
-
-	/*
-	 * Set the return data type
-	 */
-	sdata->type_of_data = left->type_of_data;
-
-	pfree(new_value);
-	pfree(last_new_value);
-
-	return sdata;
-}
-
-/* END Previously in SparseData.h */
-
-
-
-/**
- * @return A SparseData structure with allocated empty dynamic
- * StringInfo of unknown initial sizes.
- */
-SparseData makeSparseData(void) {
-	/* Allocate the struct */
-	SparseData sdata = (SparseData)palloc(sizeof(SparseDataStruct));
-
-	/* Allocate the included elements */
-	sdata->vals  = makeStringInfo();
-	sdata->index = makeStringInfo();
-
-	sdata->unique_value_count=0;
-	sdata->total_value_count=0;
-	sdata->type_of_data = FLOAT8OID;
-	return sdata;
-
-	// makeStringInfo ensures vals and index each has a trailing '\0'
-}
-
-/**
- * @return A SparseData with zero storage in its StringInfos.
- */
-SparseData makeEmptySparseData(void) {
-	/* Allocate the struct */
-	SparseData sdata = (SparseData)palloc(sizeof(SparseDataStruct));
-
-	/* Set up the data area */
-	sdata->vals = (StringInfo)palloc(sizeof(StringInfoData));
-	sdata->vals->data = (char *)palloc(1);
-	sdata->vals->maxlen = 1;
-	sdata->vals->data[0] = '\0';
-	sdata->vals->len = 0;
-	sdata->vals->cursor = 0;
-
-	sdata->index = (StringInfo)palloc(sizeof(StringInfoData));
-	sdata->index->data = (char *)palloc(1);
-	sdata->index->maxlen = 1;
-	sdata->index->data[0] = '\0';
-	sdata->index->len = 0;
-	sdata->index->cursor = 0;
-
-	sdata->unique_value_count = 0;
-	sdata->total_value_count = 0;
-	sdata->type_of_data = FLOAT8OID;
-
-	return sdata;
-}
-
-/**
- * @param vals An array of data values
- * @param index An array of run-lengths
- * @param datasize The length of the vals array
- * @param indexsize The length of the index array
- * @param datatype The object ID of the elements represented in the vals array
- * @param unique_value_count The number of RLE blocks in the vals array
- * @param total_value_count The total number of individual elements represented in the vals and index arrays
- * @return A SparseData created in place using pointers to the vals and index data
- */
-SparseData makeInplaceSparseData(char *vals, char *index,
-		int datasize, int indexsize, Oid datatype,
-		int unique_value_count, int total_value_count) {
-	SparseData sdata = makeEmptySparseData();
-	sdata->unique_value_count = unique_value_count;
-	sdata->total_value_count  = total_value_count;
-
-	/*
-	 * To be safe, we obey the constraint demanded in lib/stringinfo.h that
-	 * the data field of StringInfoData is always terminated with a null.
-	 */
-	if (vals != NULL && vals[datasize] != '\0') {
-		char * vals_temp = (char *)palloc(datasize+1);
-		memcpy(vals_temp, vals, datasize);
-		vals_temp[datasize] = '\0';
-		vals = vals_temp;
-	}
-
-	if (index != NULL && index[indexsize] != '\0') {
-		char * index_temp = (char *)palloc(indexsize+1);
-		memcpy(index_temp, index, indexsize);
-		index_temp[indexsize] = '\0';
-		index = index_temp;
-	}
-
-	sdata->vals->data = vals;
-	sdata->vals->len = datasize;
-	sdata->vals->maxlen = datasize+1;
-	sdata->index->data = index;
-
-	sdata->index->len = indexsize;
-	sdata->index->maxlen = index == NULL ? 0 : indexsize+1;
-	   // here we are taking care of the special case of null index, which
-	   // represents uncompressed sparsedata; see SparseDataStruct defn
-	sdata->type_of_data = datatype;
-
-	return sdata;
-}
-
-/**
- * @return A copy of an existing SparseData.
- */
-SparseData makeSparseDataCopy(SparseData source_sdata) {
-	/* Allocate the struct */
-	SparseData sdata = (SparseData)palloc(sizeof(SparseDataStruct));
-	/* Allocate the included elements */
-	sdata->vals = copyStringInfo(source_sdata->vals);
-	sdata->index = copyStringInfo(source_sdata->index);
-	sdata->type_of_data       = source_sdata->type_of_data;
-	sdata->unique_value_count = source_sdata->unique_value_count;
-	sdata->total_value_count  = source_sdata->total_value_count;
-	return sdata;
-}
-/**
- * @param constant The value of an RLE block
- * @param dimension The size of an RLE block
- * @return A SparseData with a single RLE block of size dimension having value constant
- */
-SparseData makeSparseDataFromDouble(double constant,int64 dimension) {
-	char *bytestore=(char *)palloc(sizeof(char)*9);
-	SparseData sdata = float8arr_to_sdata(&constant,1);
-	int8_to_compword(dimension,bytestore); /* create compressed version of
-					          int8 value */
-
-	int newlen = int8compstoragesize(bytestore);
-	sdata->index->len = 0; // write over existing value
-	appendBinaryStringInfo(sdata->index, bytestore, newlen);
-
-	sdata->total_value_count = dimension;
-
-	return sdata;
-}
-
-/**
- * Frees up the memory occupied by sdata
- */
-void freeSparseData(SparseData sdata) {
-	pfree(sdata->vals);
-	pfree(sdata->index);
-	pfree(sdata);
-}
-
-/**
- * Frees up the memory occupied by sdata, including the data elements of vals and index.
- */
-void freeSparseDataAndData(SparseData sdata) {
-	pfree(sdata->vals->data);
-	pfree(sdata->index->data);
-	freeSparseData(sdata);
-}
-
-/**
- * @param sinfo The StringInfo structure to be copied
- * @return A copy of sinfo
- */
-StringInfo copyStringInfo(StringInfo sinfo) {
-	StringInfo result;
-	char *data;
-	if (sinfo->data == NULL) {
-		data = NULL;
-	} else {
-		data   = (char *)palloc(sizeof(char)*(sinfo->len+1));
-		memcpy(data,sinfo->data,sinfo->len);
-		data[sinfo->len] = '\0';
-	}
-	result = makeStringInfoFromData(data,sinfo->len);
-	return result;
-}
-
-/**
- * @param data Pointer to an array of elements
- * @param len The size of the data array
- * @return A StringInfo from a data pointer and length
- */
-StringInfo makeStringInfoFromData(char *data,int len) {
-	StringInfo sinfo;
-	sinfo = (StringInfo)palloc(sizeof(StringInfoData));
-
-	if (data != NULL && data[len] != '\0') {
-		char * data_temp = (char *)palloc(len+1);
-		memcpy(data_temp, data, len);
-		data_temp[len] = '\0';
-		data = data_temp;
-	}
-
-	sinfo->data   = data;
-	sinfo->len    = len;
-	sinfo->maxlen = len+1;
-	sinfo->cursor = 0;
-	return sinfo;
-}
-
-/**
- * @param array The array of doubles to be converted to a SparseData
- * @param count The size of array
- * @return A SparseData representation of an input array of doubles
- */
-SparseData float8arr_to_sdata(double *array, int count) {
-	return arr_to_sdata((char *)array, sizeof(float8), FLOAT8OID, count);
-}
-
-/**
- * @param array The array of elements to be converted to a SparseData
- * @param width The size of the elements in array
- * @param type_of_data The object ID of the elements in array
- * @param count The size of array
- * @return A SparseData representation of an input array
- */
-SparseData arr_to_sdata(char *array, size_t width, Oid type_of_data, int count){
-	char *run_val=array;
-	int64 run_len=1;
-	SparseData sdata = makeSparseData();
-
-	sdata->type_of_data=type_of_data;
-
-	for (int i=1; i<count; i++) {
-		char *curr_val=array+ (i*size_of_type(type_of_data));
-
-		/*
-		 * Note that special double values like denormalized numbers and exceptions
-		 * like NaN are treated like any other value - if there are duplicates, the
-		 * value of the special number is preserved and they are counted.
-		 */
-		if (memcmp(curr_val,run_val,width))
-		{       /*run is interrupted, initiate new run */
-			/* package up the finished run */
-			add_run_to_sdata(run_val,run_len,width,sdata);
-			/* mark beginning of new run */
-			run_val=curr_val;
-			run_len=1;
-		} else
-		{ /* we're still in the same run */
-			run_len++;
-		}
-	}
-	add_run_to_sdata(run_val, run_len, width, sdata); /* package up the last run */
-
-	/* Add the final tallies */
-	sdata->unique_value_count = sdata->vals->len/width;
-	sdata->total_value_count = count;
-
-	return sdata;
-}
-
-int compar(const void *i, const void *j){
-	return (int)((int64*)array_pos_ref)[*(int*)i] - ((int64*)array_pos_ref)[*(int*)j];
-}
-
-/**
- * @param array_val The array of values to be converted to values in SparseData
- * @param array_pos The array of positions to be converted to runs in SparseData
- * @param type_of_data type of the value element
- * @param count The (common) size of array and array_pos
- * @param end The size of the desired SparseData
- * @param default_val The default value for positions unspecified in array_pos
- * @return A SparseData representation of an input array of doubles
- */
-SparseData position_to_sdata(double *array_val, int64 *array_pos,
-			     Oid type_of_data,
-			     int count, int64 end, double default_val) {
-
-	char * array = (char *)array_val;
-	char * base_val = (char *)&default_val;
-	size_t width = size_of_type(type_of_data);
-	char *run_val=array;
-	int64 run_len;
-	SparseData sdata = makeSparseData();
-
-	int *index = (int*)palloc(count*sizeof(int));
-	for(int i = 0; i < count; ++i)
-		index[i] = i;
-
-	/* this is a temp solution that will be in place only until qsort_r
-	 * is a standard library function */
-	array_pos_ref = array_pos;
-	qsort(index, count, sizeof(int), compar);
-
-	sdata->type_of_data=type_of_data;
-	if(array_pos[index[0]] > 1){
-		run_len = array_pos[index[0]]-1;
-		add_run_to_sdata(base_val,run_len,width,sdata);
-	}
-
-	for (int i = 0; i<count; i++) {
-		run_len=1;
-		/*
-		 * Note that special double values like denormalized numbers and exceptions
-		 * like NaN are treated like any other value - if there are duplicates, the
-		 * value of the special number is preserved and they are counted.
-		 */
-		while ((i < count-1) &&
-		       ((array_pos[index[i+1]] - array_pos[index[i]])==1) &&
-		       (memcmp((array+index[i]*size_of_type(type_of_data)),
-			       (array+index[i+1]*size_of_type(type_of_data)),width)==0)) {
-			run_len++;
-			i++;
-		}
-		while ((i < count-1)&&((array_pos[index[i+1]] - array_pos[index[i]])==0)) {
-			if ((memcmp((array+index[i]*size_of_type(type_of_data)),
-				    (array+index[i+1]*size_of_type(type_of_data)),width)==0)) {
-				i++;
-			} else {
-				ereport(ERROR,
-					(errcode(ERRCODE_INVALID_PARAMETER_VALUE),
-					 errmsg("posit_to_sdata conflicting values for the same position")));
-			}
-		}
-		run_val = array+index[i]*size_of_type(type_of_data);
-		add_run_to_sdata(run_val,run_len,width,sdata);
-
-		if(i < count-1){
-			run_len = array_pos[index[i+1]]-array_pos[index[i]]-1;
-			if (run_len > 0){
-				add_run_to_sdata(base_val,run_len,width,sdata);
-			}
-		}else if(array_pos[index[i]] < end){
-			run_len = end-array_pos[index[i]];
-			if (run_len > 0){
-				add_run_to_sdata(base_val,run_len,width,sdata);
-			}
-		}
-	}
-
-	/* Add the final tallies */
-	sdata->unique_value_count = sdata->vals->len/width;
-	sdata->total_value_count = end;
-	pfree(index);
-	return sdata;
-}
-
-
-/**
- * @param sdata The SparseData to be converted to an array of float8s
- * @return A float8[] representation of a SparseData
- */
-double *sdata_to_float8arr(SparseData sdata) {
-	double *array;
-	int j, aptr;
-	char *iptr;
-
-	if (sdata->type_of_data != FLOAT8OID) {
-		ereport(ERROR,(errcode(ERRCODE_INVALID_PARAMETER_VALUE),
-			errmsg("Data type of SparseData is not FLOAT64\n")));
-	}
-
-	if ((array=(double *)palloc(sizeof(double)*(sdata->total_value_count)))
-	      == NULL)
-	{
-		ereport(ERROR,(errcode(ERRCODE_INVALID_PARAMETER_VALUE),
-			       errmsg("Error allocating memory for array\n")));
-	}
-
-	iptr = sdata->index->data;
-	aptr = 0;
-	for (int i=0; i<sdata->unique_value_count; i++) {
-		for (j=0;j<compword_to_int8(iptr);j++,aptr++) {
-			array[aptr] = ((double *)(sdata->vals->data))[i];
-		}
-		iptr+=int8compstoragesize(iptr);
-	}
-
-	if ((aptr) != sdata->total_value_count)
-	{
-		ereport(ERROR,(errcode(ERRCODE_INVALID_PARAMETER_VALUE),
-		  errmsg("Array size is incorrect, is: %d and should be %d\n",
-				aptr,sdata->total_value_count)));
-
-		pfree(array);
-		return NULL;
-	}
-
-	return array;
-}
-
-/**
- * @return An array of integers given the (compressed) count array of a SparseData
- */
-int64 *sdata_index_to_int64arr(SparseData sdata) {
-	char *iptr;
-	int64 *array_ix = (int64 *)palloc(
-			sizeof(int64)*(sdata->unique_value_count));
-
-	iptr = sdata->index->data;
-	for (int i=0; i<sdata->unique_value_count; i++,
-			iptr+=int8compstoragesize(iptr)) {
-		array_ix[i] = compword_to_int8(iptr);
-	}
-	return(array_ix);
-}
-
-/**
- * @param target The memory area to store the serialised SparseData
- * @para source The SparseData to be serialised
- * @return The serialisation of a SparseData structure
- */
-void serializeSparseData(char *target, SparseData source)
-{
-	/* SparseDataStruct header */
-	memcpy(target,source,SIZEOF_SPARSEDATAHDR);
-	/* Two StringInfo structures describing the data and index */
-	memcpy(SDATA_DATA_SINFO(target), source->vals,sizeof(StringInfoData));
-	memcpy(SDATA_INDEX_SINFO(target),source->index,sizeof(StringInfoData));
-	/* The unique data values */
-	memcpy(SDATA_VALS_PTR(target),source->vals->data,source->vals->maxlen);
-	/* The index values */
-	memcpy(SDATA_INDEX_PTR(target),source->index->data,source->index->maxlen);
-
-	/*
-	 * Set pointers to the data areas of the serialized structure
-	 * First the two StringInfo structures contained in the SparseData,
-	 * then the data areas inside each of the two StringInfos.
-	 */
-	((SparseData)target)->vals = (StringInfo)SDATA_DATA_SINFO(target);
-	((SparseData)target)->index = (StringInfo)SDATA_INDEX_SINFO(target);
-	((StringInfo)(SDATA_DATA_SINFO(target)))->data = SDATA_VALS_PTR(target);
-	if (source->index->data != NULL)
-	{
-		((StringInfo)(SDATA_INDEX_SINFO(target)))->data = SDATA_INDEX_PTR(target);
-	} else {
-		((StringInfo)(SDATA_INDEX_SINFO(target)))->data = NULL;
-	}
-}
-
-/**
- * Prints a SparseData
- */
-void printSparseData(SparseData sdata) {
-	int value_count = sdata->unique_value_count;
-	{
-		char *indexdata = sdata->index->data;
-		double *values  = (double *)(sdata->vals->data);
-		for (int i=0; i<value_count; i++) {
-			printf("run_length[%d] = %lld, ",i,(long long int)compword_to_int8(indexdata));
-			printf("value[%d] = %f\n",i,values[i]);
-			indexdata+=int8compstoragesize(indexdata);
-		}
-	}
-}
-
-/**
- * @param sdata The SparseData to be projected on
- * @param idx The index to be projected
- * @return The element of a SparseData at location idx.
- */
-double sd_proj(SparseData sdata, int idx) {
-	char * ix = sdata->index->data;
-	double * vals = (double *)sdata->vals->data;
-	int read, i;
-
-	/* error checking */
-	if (0 >= idx || idx > sdata->total_value_count)
-		ereport(ERROR,
-			(errcode(ERRCODE_INVALID_PARAMETER_VALUE),
-			 errmsg("Index out of bounds.")));
-
-	/* find desired block; as is normal in SQL, we start counting from one */
-	read = compword_to_int8(ix);
-	i = 0;
-	while (read < idx) {
-		ix += int8compstoragesize(ix);
-		read += compword_to_int8(ix);
-		i++;
-	}
-	return vals[i];
-}
-
-/**
- * @param sdata The SparseData from which to extract a subarray
- * @param start The start index of the desired subarray
- * @param end The end index of the desired subarray
- * @return The sub-array, indexed by start and end, of a SparseData.
- */
-SparseData subarr(SparseData sdata, int start, int end) {
-	char * ix = sdata->index->data;
-	double * vals = (double *)sdata->vals->data;
-	SparseData ret = makeSparseData();
-	size_t wf8 = sizeof(float8);
-
-	if (start > end)
-		return reverse(subarr(sdata,end,start));
-
-	/* error checking */
-	if (0 >= start || start > end || end > sdata->total_value_count)
-		ereport(ERROR,
-			(errcode(ERRCODE_INVALID_PARAMETER_VALUE),
-			 errmsg("Array index out of bounds.")));
-
-	/* find start block */
-	int read = compword_to_int8(ix);
-	int i = 0;
-	while (read < start) {
-		ix += int8compstoragesize(ix);
-		read += compword_to_int8(ix);
-		i++;
-	}
-	if (end <= read) {
-		/* the whole subarray is in the first block, we are done */
-		add_run_to_sdata((char *)(&vals[i]), end-start+1, wf8, ret);
-		return ret;
-	}
-	/* else start building subarray */
-	add_run_to_sdata((char *)(&vals[i]), read-start+1, wf8, ret);
-
-	for (int j=i+1; j<sdata->unique_value_count; j++) {
-		ix += int8compstoragesize(ix);
-		int esize = compword_to_int8(ix);
-		if (read + esize > end) {
-			add_run_to_sdata((char *)(&vals[j]), end-read, wf8,ret);
-			break;
-		}
-		add_run_to_sdata((char *)(&vals[j]), esize, wf8, ret);
-		read += esize;
-		if (read == end) break;
-	}
-	return ret;
-}
-
-/**
- * @param sdata The SparseData to be reversed
- * @return A copy of the input SparseData, with the order of the elements reversed.
- */
-SparseData reverse(SparseData sdata) {
-	char * ix = sdata->index->data;
-	double * vals = (double *)sdata->vals->data;
-	SparseData ret = makeSparseData();
-	size_t w = sizeof(float8);
-
-	/* move to the last count array element */
-	for (int j=0; j<sdata->unique_value_count-1; j++)
-		ix += int8compstoragesize(ix);
-
-	/* copy from right to left */
-	for (int j=sdata->unique_value_count-1; j!=-1; j--) {
-		add_run_to_sdata((char *)(&vals[j]),compword_to_int8(ix),w,ret);
-		ix -= int8compstoragesize(ix);
-	}
-	return ret;
-}
-
-/**
- * @param left The SparseData that comes first in the resulting concatenation
- * @param right The SparseData that comes second in the resulting concatenation
- * @return The concatenation of two input SparseData.
- */
-SparseData concat(SparseData left, SparseData right) {
-	if (left == NULL && right == NULL) {
-		return NULL;
-	} else if (left == NULL && right != NULL) {
-		return makeSparseDataCopy(right);
-	} else if (left != NULL && right == NULL) {
-		return makeSparseDataCopy(left);
-	}
-	SparseData sdata = makeEmptySparseData();
-	char *vals,*index;
-	int l_val_len = left->vals->len;
-	int r_val_len = right->vals->len;
-	int l_ind_len = left->index->len;
-	int r_ind_len = right->index->len;
-	int val_len = l_val_len + r_val_len;
-	int ind_len = l_ind_len + r_ind_len;
-
-	vals = (char *)palloc(sizeof(char)*val_len + 1);
-	index = (char *)palloc(sizeof(char)*ind_len + 1);
-
-	memcpy(vals, left->vals->data,l_val_len);
-	memcpy(vals+l_val_len,right->vals->data,r_val_len);
-	vals[val_len] = '\0';
-
-	memcpy(index, left->index->data,l_ind_len);
-	memcpy(index+l_ind_len,right->index->data,r_ind_len);
-	index[ind_len] = '\0';
-
-	sdata->vals  = makeStringInfoFromData(vals,val_len);
-	sdata->index = makeStringInfoFromData(index,ind_len);
-
-	sdata->type_of_data = left->type_of_data;
-	sdata->unique_value_count = left->unique_value_count +
-		                    right->unique_value_count;
-	sdata->total_value_count  = left->total_value_count +
-		                    right->total_value_count;
-	return sdata;
-}
-
-/**
- * @param rep The SparseData to be replicated
- * @param multiplier The number of times to replicate rep
- * @return The input rep SparseData replicated multiplier times.
- */
-SparseData concat_replicate(SparseData rep, int multiplier) {
-	if (rep == NULL) return NULL;
-
-	SparseData sdata = makeEmptySparseData();
-	char *vals,*index;
-	int l_val_len = rep->vals->len;
-	int l_ind_len = rep->index->len;
-	int val_len = l_val_len*multiplier;
-	int ind_len = l_ind_len*multiplier;
-
-	vals = (char *)palloc(sizeof(char)*val_len + 1);
-	index = (char *)palloc(sizeof(char)*ind_len + 1);
-
-	for (int i=0;i<multiplier;i++) {
-		memcpy(vals+i*l_val_len,rep->vals->data,l_val_len);
-		memcpy(index+i*l_ind_len,rep->index->data,l_ind_len);
-	}
-	vals[val_len] = '\0';
-	index[ind_len] = '\0';
-
-	sdata->vals  = makeStringInfoFromData(vals,val_len);
-	sdata->index = makeStringInfoFromData(index,ind_len);
-	sdata->type_of_data = rep->type_of_data;
-	sdata->unique_value_count = multiplier * rep->unique_value_count;
-	sdata->total_value_count  = multiplier * rep->total_value_count;
-
-	return sdata;
-}
-
-static bool lapply_error_checking(Oid foid, List * funcname);
-
-/**
- * This function applies an input function on all elements of a sparse data.
- * The function is modelled after the corresponding function in R.
- *
- * @param func The name of the function to apply
- * @param sdata The input sparse data to be modified
- * @return A SparseData with the same dimension as sdata but with each element sdata[i] replaced by func(sdata[i])
- */
-SparseData lapply(text * func, SparseData sdata) {
-	Oid argtypes[1] = { FLOAT8OID };
-	List * funcname = textToQualifiedNameList(func);
-	SparseData result = makeSparseDataCopy(sdata);
-	Oid foid = LookupFuncName(funcname, 1, argtypes, false);
-
-	lapply_error_checking(foid, funcname);
-
-	for (int i=0; i<sdata->unique_value_count; i++)
-		valref(float8,result,i) =
-		    DatumGetFloat8(
-		      OidFunctionCall1(foid,
-				    Float8GetDatum(valref(float8,sdata,i))));
-	return result;
-}
-
-/* This function checks for error conditions in lapply() function calls.
- */
-static bool lapply_error_checking(Oid foid, List * func) {
-	/* foid != InvalidOid; otherwise LookupFuncName would raise error.
-	   Here we check that the return type of foid is float8. */
-	HeapTuple ftup = SearchSysCache(PROCOID,
-					ObjectIdGetDatum(foid), 0, 0, 0);
-	Form_pg_proc pform = (Form_pg_proc) GETSTRUCT(ftup);
-
-	if (pform->prorettype != FLOAT8OID)
-		ereport(ERROR,
-			(errcode(ERRCODE_DATATYPE_MISMATCH),
-			 errmsg("return type of %s is not double",
-				NameListToString(func))));
-
-	// check volatility
-
-	ReleaseSysCache(ftup);
-	return true;
-}

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-/*
- * Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
- * or more contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file
- * distributed with this work for additional information
- * regarding copyright ownership.  The ASF licenses this file
- * to you under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the
- * "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance
- * with the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
- * 
- *   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
- * 
- * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing,
- * software distributed under the License is distributed on an
- * "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY
- * KIND, either express or implied.  See the License for the
- * specific language governing permissions and limitations
- * under the License.
- */
-
-/**
- * @file
- * \brief This file defines the SparseData structure and some basic
- * functions on SparseData.
- *
- * SparseData provides array storage for repetitive data as commonly found
- * in numerical analysis of sparse arrays and matrices.
- * A general run-length encoding scheme is adopted.
- * Sequential duplicate values in the array are represented in an index
- * structure that stores the count of the number of times a given value
- * is duplicated.
- * All storage is allocated with palloc().
- *
- * NOTE:
- * The SparseData structure is an in-memory structure and so must be
- * serialized into a persisted structure like a VARLENA when leaving
- * a GP / Postgres function.  This implies a COPY from the SparseData
- * to the VARLENA.
- */
-
-#ifndef SPARSEDATA_H
-#define SPARSEDATA_H
-
-#include <math.h>
-#include <string.h>
-#include "postgres.h"
-#include "lib/stringinfo.h"
-#include "utils/array.h"
-#include "catalog/pg_type.h"
-
-/*!
- * \internal
- * SparseData holds information about a sparse array of values
- * \endinternal
- */
-typedef struct
-{
-	Oid type_of_data; 	/**< The native type of the data entries */
-	int unique_value_count; /**< The number of unique values in the data array */
-	int total_value_count;  /**< The total number of values, including duplicates */
-	StringInfo vals;        /**< The unique number values are stored here as a stream of bytes */
-	StringInfo index; 	/**< A count of each value is stored in the index */
-} SparseDataStruct;
-
-/*
- * Sometimes we wish to store an uncompressed array inside a SparseDataStruct;
- * instead of storing an array of ones [1,1,..,1,1] in the index field, which
- * is wasteful, we choose to use index->data == NULL to represent this special
- * case.
- */
-
-/**
- * Pointer to a SparseDataStruct
- */
-typedef SparseDataStruct *SparseData;
-
-/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- * Serialized SparseData
- *------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- * SparseDataStruct Contents
- * StringInfoData Contents for "vals"
- * StringInfoData Contents for "index"
- * data contents for "vals" (size is vals->maxlen)
- * data contents for "index" (size is index->maxlen)
- *
- * 	The vals and index fields are serialized as StringInfoData, then the
- * 	data contents are serialized at the end.
- *
- * 	Since two StringInfoData structs together are 64-bit aligned, there's
- * 	no need for padding.
- *
- * 	For reference, here is the format of the StringInfoData:
- * 		char * dataptr;
- * 			-> a placeholder in the serialized version, is filled
- * 			   when the serialized version is used in-place
- * 		int len;
- * 		int maxlen;
- * 		int cursor;
- */
-/**
- * @return The size of a serialized SparseData based on the actual consumed
- * length of the StringInfo data and StringInfoData structures.
- */
-#define SIZEOF_SPARSEDATAHDR	MAXALIGN(sizeof(SparseDataStruct))
-/**
- * @param x a SparseData
- * @return The size of x minus the dynamic variables, plus two
- * integers describing the length of the data area and index
- */
-#define SIZEOF_SPARSEDATASERIAL(x) (SIZEOF_SPARSEDATAHDR + \
-		(2*sizeof(StringInfoData)) + \
-		(x)->vals->maxlen + (x)->index->maxlen)
-
-/*
- * The following take a serialized SparseData as an argument and return
- * pointers to locations inside.
- */
-#define SDATA_DATA_SINFO(x)	((char *)(x)+SIZEOF_SPARSEDATAHDR)
-#define SDATA_INDEX_SINFO(x)	(SDATA_DATA_SINFO(x)+sizeof(StringInfoData))
-#define SDATA_DATA_SIZE(x)	(((StringInfo)SDATA_DATA_SINFO(x))->maxlen)
-#define SDATA_INDEX_SIZE(x)	(((StringInfo)SDATA_INDEX_SINFO(x))->maxlen)
-#define SDATA_VALS_PTR(x)       (SDATA_INDEX_SINFO(x)+sizeof(StringInfoData))
-#define SDATA_INDEX_PTR(x) 	(SDATA_VALS_PTR(x)+SDATA_DATA_SIZE(x))
-
-#define SDATA_UNIQUE_VALCNT(x)	(((SparseData)(x))->unique_value_count)
-#define SDATA_TOTAL_VALCNT(x)	(((SparseData)(x))->total_value_count)
-
-/**
- * @param x a SparseData
- * @return True if x is a scalar */
-#define SDATA_IS_SCALAR(x)	(((((x)->unique_value_count)==((x)->total_value_count))&&((x)->total_value_count==1)) ? 1 : 0)
-
-/**
- * @param ptr Pointer to the start of the count entry of a SparseData
- * @return The size of the integer count in an RLE index pointed to by ptr
- */
-#define	int8compstoragesize(ptr) \
- (((ptr) == NULL) ? 0 : (((*((char *)(ptr)) < 0) ? 1 : (1 + *((char *)(ptr))))))
-/* The size of a compressed int8 is stored in the first element of the ptr
- * array; see the explanation at the int8_to_compword() function below.
- *
- * Note that if the ptr is NULL, a zero size is returned
- */
-
-void int8_to_compword(int64 num, char entry[9]);
-int64 compword_to_int8(const char *entry);
-
-/** Serialization function */
-void serializeSparseData(char *target, SparseData source);
-
-/* Constructors and destructors */
-SparseData makeEmptySparseData(void);
-SparseData makeInplaceSparseData(char *vals, char *index,
-		int datasize, int indexsize, Oid datatype,
-		int unique_value_count, int total_value_count);
-
-SparseData makeSparseDataCopy(SparseData source_sdata);
-SparseData makeSparseDataFromDouble(double scalar,int64 dimension);
-
-SparseData makeSparseData(void);
-
-void freeSparseData(SparseData sdata);
-void freeSparseDataAndData(SparseData sdata);
-
-StringInfo copyStringInfo(StringInfo source_sinfo);
-StringInfo makeStringInfoFromData(char *data,int len);
-
-/* Conversion to and from arrays */
-double *sdata_to_float8arr(SparseData sdata);
-int64 *sdata_index_to_int64arr(SparseData sdata);
-SparseData float8arr_to_sdata(double *array, int count);
-SparseData position_to_sdata(double *array_val, int64 *array_pos, Oid type_of_data, int count, int64 end, double default_val);
-SparseData arr_to_sdata(char *array, size_t width, Oid type_of_data, int count);
-SparseData posit_to_sdata(char *array, int64* array_pos, size_t width, Oid type_of_data, int count, int64 end, char *base_val);
-
-/* Some functions for accessing and changing elements of a SparseData */
-SparseData lapply(text * func, SparseData sdata);
-double sd_proj(SparseData sdata, int idx);
-SparseData subarr(SparseData sdata, int start, int end);
-SparseData reverse(SparseData sdata);
-SparseData concat(SparseData left, SparseData right);
-SparseData concat_replicate(SparseData rep, int multiplier);
-
-
-enum operation_t { subtract, add, multiply, divide };
-
-double sum_sdata_values_double(SparseData sdata);
-SparseData op_sdata_by_sdata(enum operation_t operation, SparseData left,
-    SparseData right);
-bool sparsedata_eq(SparseData left, SparseData right);
-bool sparsedata_eq_zero_is_equal(SparseData left, SparseData right);
-bool sparsedata_contains(SparseData left, SparseData right);
-SparseData pow_sdata_by_scalar(SparseData sdata, char *scalar);
-SparseData square_sdata(SparseData sdata);
-SparseData cube_sdata(SparseData sdata);
-SparseData quad_sdata(SparseData sdata);
-void op_sdata_by_scalar_inplace(enum operation_t operation, char *scalar,
-    SparseData sdata, bool scalar_is_right);
-void append_to_rle_index(StringInfo index, int64 run_len);
-
-SparseData op_sdata_by_scalar_copy(enum operation_t operation, char *scalar,
-    SparseData source_sdata, bool scalar_is_right);
-
-double l2norm_sdata_values_double(SparseData sdata);
-double l1norm_sdata_values_double(SparseData sdata);
-
-size_t size_of_type(Oid type);
-void printout_double(double *vals, int num_values, int stop);
-void printout_index(char *ix, int num_values, int stop);
-void printout_sdata(SparseData sdata, char *msg, int stop);
-
-void add_run_to_sdata(char *run_val, int64 run_len, size_t width,
-		SparseData sdata);
-
-/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- * macros that will test whether a given double value is in the normal
- * range or is in the special range (denormals, exceptions).
- *------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- */
-/* Anything between LOW and HIGH is a denormal or exception */
-#define SPEC_MASK_HIGH 0xFFF0000000000000
-#define SPEC_MASK_LOW  0x7FF0000000000000
-#define MASKTEST(x,y)	(((x)&(y))==x) /* MASKTEST checks for the presence of
-					  the bits in x in the input y */
-
-/* The input to MASKTEST_double should be an int64 mask and a (double *) to be
- * tested
- */
-#define MASKTEST_double(x,y)	MASKTEST((x),*((int64 *)(&(y))))
-
-#define DBL_IS_A_SPECIAL(x) \
-  (MASKTEST_double(SPEC_MASK_HIGH,(x)) || MASKTEST_double(SPEC_MASK_LOW,(x)) \
-   || ((x) == 0.))
-
-#endif	/* SPARSEDATA_H */

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-===========================================
-04/06/10
-
-    Svec / Smat / Dmat
-    Mathematics extensions to Greenplum
-
-==========================================================================================
-BUGS
-==========================================================================================
-OPEN
-DONE
-- Direct operations between float8[] and svec
-- Fixed: Constant (Scalar) handling is broken for left operators
-- Fixed: Lack of a binary send/recv function causes interconnect to SEGV
-- Added ^ operator for exponentiation
-- Added >,<,<>,=,==,<=,>= operators (ORDER BY works)
-- Added index support
-- Added dmin and dmax operators for scalars
-- unnest operator that returns setof(double) and takes svec input
-- svec_dimension operator that returns an int and takes svec input
-- concat operator mapped to "||" that returns svec and takes (svec,svec)
-- Serialization format should avoid copies more often
-- array_agg function converts relation to svec
-- vec_median implements partition selection on float8[]
-- Bug: array_agg would fail with incorrect results when there were many duplicate values
-- implement vec_median for svec (using the sparsity to drive the partition selection)
-
-==========================================================================================
-IMPROVEMENTS
-==========================================================================================
-TODO
-- implement an svec_agg_distinct that reorders and distincts to maximize RLE compression
-	- implement an in memory median aggregate MEDIAN_INMEMORY that uses svec_agg_distinct
-	as a PREFUNC and feeds svecs into svec_concat as the SFUNC, then vec_median as
-	FINALFUNC
-- [off topic] implement MEDIAN using only a FINALFUNC that implements an out-of-core
-	partition selection algorithm as follows:
-		- As the data arrives, fill runs of svec using svec_agg_distinct until
-		work_mem size is reached.
-		- when a run is filled, partition select it into lower and upper halves
-		and output both to disk appending to two files (lower, upper)
-		- repeat until end of input with the same pivot value, there are now
-		two files pivoted around one value
-		- Choose random pivot index, continue partition selection using runs
-		of svec, discarding whichever file is not needed
-		- There should be no more than 2 writes of relation to disk, all 
-		sequential IO
-- implement PERCENTILE using the same logic as vec_median
-- phrase match that returns the weight of a match and the locations where the phrases are
-    for each document relative to an input phrase (see README_term_proximity)
-- set "contains" operator that returns the intersection of two vectors (Elbit, LinkedIn)
-- slice operator that returns an svec and takes svec,min,max input
-- svec_pivot_count aggregate returns svec and takes (array dictionary,text term)
-- svec_pivot_sum aggregate returns svec and takes (array dictionary, text term, double value)
-- The complete set of scalar operators present in Postgres
-- Complete set of R vector operators
-- Rename or alias svec to _float8_sparse
-- Hash function for the type (for GROUP BY and HASH JOIN)
----- Like hash_numeric()
-- Vector cross product, outer product %o%
-- Matrices
----- "R" matrix functions and notation
----- "R" multi-dimensional arrays
----- Blocked matrix addressing for very large distributed matrices
-
-==========================================================================================
-Reference material about R operators from
- http://cran.r-project.org/doc/manuals/R-lang.html#Operators
-==========================================================================================
-
--	Minus, can be unary or binary 
-+	Plus, can be unary or binary 
-!	Unary not 
-~	Tilde, used for model formulae, can be either unary or binary 
-?	Help 
-:	Sequence, binary (in model formulae: interaction) 
-*	Multiplication, binary 
-/	Division, binary 
-^	Exponentiation, binary 
-%x%	Special binary operators, x can be replaced by any valid name 
-%%	Modulus, binary 
-%/%	Integer divide, binary 
-%*%	Matrix product, binary 
-%o%	Outer product, binary 
-%x%	Kronecker product, binary 
-%in%	Matching operator, binary (in model formulae: nesting) 
-<	Less than, binary 
->	Greater than, binary 
-==	Equal to, binary 
->=	Greater than or equal to, binary 
-<=	Less than or equal to, binary 
-&	And, binary, vectorized 
-&&	And, binary, not vectorized 
-|	Or, binary, vectorized 
-||	Or, binary, not vectorized 
-<-	Left assignment, binary 
-->	Right assignment, binary 
-$	List subset, binary 
-
-R deals with entire vectors of data at a time, and most of the elementary operators and basic mathematical functions like log are vectorized (as indicated in the table above). This means that e.g. adding two vectors of the same length will create a vector containing the element-wise sums, implicitly looping over the vector index. This applies also to other operators like -, *, and / as well as to higher dimensional structures. Notice in particular that multiplying two matrices does not produce the usual matrix product (the %*% operator exists for that purpose). Some finer points relating to vectorized operations will be discussed in Elementary arithmetic operations.
-
-3.4 Indexing
-
-R contains several constructs which allow access to individual elements or subsets through indexing operations. In the case of the basic vector types one can access the i-th element using x[i], but there is also indexing of lists, matrices, and multi-dimensional arrays. There are several forms of indexing in addition to indexing with a single integer. Indexing can be used both to extract part of an object and to replace parts of an object (or to add parts).
-
-R has three basic indexing operators, with syntax displayed by the following examples
-
-     x[i]
-     x[i, j]
-     x[[i]]
-     x[[i, j]]
-     x$a
-     x$"a"
-For vectors and matrices the [[ forms are rarely used, although they have some slight semantic differences from the [ form (e.g. it drops any names or dimnames attribute, and that partial matching is used for character indices). When indexing multi-dimensional structures with a single index, x[[i]] or x[i] will return the ith sequential element of x.
-
-For lists, one generally uses [[ to select any single element, whereas [ returns a list of the selected elements.
-
-The [[ form allows only a single element to be selected using integer or character indices, whereas [ allows indexing by vectors. Note though that for a list or other recursive object, the index can be a vector and each element of the vector is applied in turn to the list, the selected component, the selected component of that component, and so on. The result is still a single element.
-
-The form using $ applies to recursive objects such as lists and pairlists. It allows only a literal character string or a symbol as the index. That is, the index is not computable: for cases where you need to evaluate an expression to find the index, use x[[expr]]. When $ is applied to a non-recursive object the result used to be always NULL: as from R 2.6.0 this is an error.
-
-

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-/*
- * Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
- * or more contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file
- * distributed with this work for additional information
- * regarding copyright ownership.  The ASF licenses this file
- * to you under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the
- * "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance
- * with the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
- * 
- *   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
- * 
- * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing,
- * software distributed under the License is distributed on an
- * "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY
- * KIND, either express or implied.  See the License for the
- * specific language governing permissions and limitations
- * under the License.
- */
-
-/**
- * @file
- * \brief Special floating-point numbers
- */
-#ifndef FLOATSPECIALS_H
-#define FLOATSPECIALS_H
-
-/* Convenience functions */
-#if defined(_MSC_VER)
-#define MKINT(x) (x##UL)
-#define MKINT64(x) (x##Ui64)
-#define BIT(x) (1Ui64 << (x))
-#else
-#define MKINT(x) (x##U)
-#define MKINT64(x) (x##ULL)
-#define BIT(x) (1ULL << (x))
-#endif
-
-/* 32-bit special value ranges */
-
-#define NEG_QUIET_NAN_MIN32    MKINT(0xFFC00001)
-#define NEG_QUIET_NAN_MAX32    MKINT(0xFFFFFFFF)
-
-#define INDETERMINATE_MIN32    MKINT(0xFFC00000)
-#define INDETERMINATE_MAX32    MKINT(0xFFC00000)
-
-#define NEG_SIGNAL_NAN_MIN32   MKINT(0xFF800001)
-#define NEG_SIGNAL_NAN_MAX32   MKINT(0xFFBFFFFF)
-
-#define NEG_INFINITY_MIN32     MKINT(0xFF800000)
-
-#define NEG_NORMALIZED_MIN32   MKINT(0x80800000)
-#define NEG_NORMALIZED_MAX32   MKINT(0xFF7FFFFF)
-
-#define NEG_DENORMALIZED_MIN32 MKINT(0x80000001)
-#define NEG_DENORMALIZED_MAX32 MKINT(0x807FFFFF)
-
-#define NEG_ZERO_MIN32         MKINT(0x80000000)
-#define NEG_ZERO_MAX32         MKINT(0x80000000)
-
-#define POS_ZERO_MIN32         MKINT(0x00000000)
-#define POS_ZERO_MAX32         MKINT(0x00000000)
-
-#define POS_DENORMALIZED_MIN32 MKINT(0x00000001)
-#define POS_DENORMALIZED_MAX32 MKINT(0x007FFFFF)
-
-#define POS_NORMALIZED_MIN32   MKINT(0x00800000)
-#define POS_NORMALIZED_MAX32   MKINT(0x7F7FFFFF)
-
-#define POS_INFINITY_MIN32     MKINT(0x7F800000)
-#define POS_INFINITY_MAX32     MKINT(0x7F800000)
-
-#define POS_SIGNAL_NAN_MIN32   MKINT(0x7F800001)
-#define POS_SIGNAL_NAN_MAX32   MKINT(0x7FBFFFFF)
-
-#define POS_QUIET_NAN_MIN32    MKINT(0x7FC00000)
-#define POS_QUIET_NAN_MAX32    MKINT(0x7FFFFFFF)
-
-/* 64-bit special value ranges */
-
-#define NEG_QUIET_NAN_MIN64    MKINT64(0xFFF8000000000001)
-#define NEG_QUIET_NAN_MAX64    MKINT64(0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF)
-
-#define INDETERMINATE_MIN64    MKINT64(0xFFF8000000000000)
-#define INDETERMINATE_MAX64    MKINT64(0xFFF8000000000000)
-
-#define NEG_SIGNAL_NAN_MIN64   MKINT64(0xFFF7FFFFFFFFFFFF)
-#define NEG_SIGNAL_NAN_MAX64   MKINT64(0xFFF0000000000001)
-
-#define NEG_INFINITY_MIN64     MKINT64(0xFFF0000000000000)
-
-#define NEG_NORMALIZED_MIN64   MKINT64(0xFFEFFFFFFFFFFFFF)
-#define NEG_NORMALIZED_MAX64   MKINT64(0x8010000000000000)
-
-#define NEG_DENORMALIZED_MIN64 MKINT64(0x800FFFFFFFFFFFFF)
-#define NEG_DENORMALIZED_MAX64 MKINT64(0x8000000000000001)
-
-#define NEG_ZERO_MIN64         MKINT64(0x8000000000000000)
-#define NEG_ZERO_MAX64         MKINT64(0x8000000000000000)
-
-#define POS_ZERO_MIN64         MKINT64(0x0000000000000000)
-#define POS_ZERO_MAX64         MKINT64(0x0000000000000000)
-
-#define POS_DENORMALIZED_MIN64 MKINT64(0x0000000000000001)
-#define POS_DENORMALIZED_MAX64 MKINT64(0x000FFFFFFFFFFFFF)
-
-#define POS_NORMALIZED_MIN64   MKINT64(0x0010000000000000)
-#define POS_NORMALIZED_MAX64   MKINT64(0x7FEFFFFFFFFFFFFF)
-
-#define POS_INFINITY_MIN64     MKINT64(0x7FF0000000000000)
-#define POS_INFINITY_MAX64     MKINT64(0x7FF0000000000000)
-
-#define POS_SIGNAL_NAN_MIN64   MKINT64(0x7FF0000000000001)
-#define POS_SIGNAL_NAN_MAX64   MKINT64(0x7FF7FFFFFFFFFFFF)
-
-#define POS_QUIET_NAN_MIN64    MKINT64(0x7FF8000000000000)
-#define POS_QUIET_NAN_MAX64    MKINT64(0x7FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF)
-
-typedef enum
-{
-	POS_QNAN_BIT,
-	NEG_QNAN_BIT,
-	POS_SNAN_BIT,
-	NEG_SNAN_BIT,
-	POS_INF_BIT,
-	NEG_INF_BIT,
-	POS_DEN_BIT,
-	NEG_DEN_BIT,
-	POS_NOR_BIT,
-	NEG_NOR_BIT,
-	POS_ZERO_BIT,
-	NEG_ZERO_BIT,
-	INDETERM_BIT,
-	BUG_BIT
-} ieee_selects;
-
-#define MSK_POS_QNAN BIT(POS_QNAN_BIT)
-#define MSK_POS_SNAN BIT(POS_SNAN_BIT)
-#define MSK_POS_INF  BIT(POS_INF_BIT)
-#define MSK_POS_DEN  BIT(POS_DEN_BIT)
-#define MSK_POS_NOR  BIT(POS_NOR_BIT)
-#define MSK_POS_ZERO BIT(POS_ZERO_BIT)
-#define MSK_NEG_QNAN BIT(NEG_QNAN_BIT)
-#define MSK_NEG_SNAN BIT(NEG_SNAN_BIT)
-#define MSK_NEG_INF  BIT(NEG_INF_BIT)
-#define MSK_NEG_DEN  BIT(NEG_DEN_BIT)
-#define MSK_NEG_NOR  BIT(NEG_NOR_BIT)
-#define MSK_NEG_ZERO BIT(NEG_ZERO_BIT)
-#define MSK_INDETERM BIT(INDETERM_BIT)
-#define MSK_BUG      BIT(BUG_BIT)
-
-// Definitions for IEEE -inf, inf, -0 compressed out of the sparse vector along with zero
-#define ZERO_i     	MKINT64(0x0)
-#define INF_i     	POS_INFINITY_MIN64
-#define NEGINF_i  	NEG_INFINITY_MIN64
-#define NVP_i		NEG_QUIET_NAN_MIN64
-
-// Reading a member of a union different from the one written to is undefined in
-// C99, yet it is very common practice.
-static const union {
-    uint64_t asInt64;
-    double asDouble;
-} COMPVEC[] = { { 5 }, { ZERO_i }, { INF_i }, { NEGINF_i }, { NVP_i } };
-
-static inline double _LAL_for_compiler_unused_warning(void) {return(COMPVEC[0].asDouble);}
-
-#define ZERO		COMPVEC[1].asDouble
-#define INF		COMPVEC[2].asDouble
-#define NEGINF		COMPVEC[3].asDouble
-#define NVP		COMPVEC[4].asDouble
-
-#endif 	/* FLOATSPECIALS_H */


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