assem at codesourcery.com
Wed Oct 18 13:59:47 UTC 2006
Oh, I see. I didn't realize this was the constructor calling
blockcreate! Thanks for pointing that out.
Jules Bergmann wrote:
> Assem Salama wrote:
>>>  Does this interface get used? I don't think it is a good one
>>> because it requires the user to specify the strides. There are only
>>> two correct values (1, n) and (m, 1), but many wrong ones.
>> Why are there only two possible strides here? What if someone has an
>> arbitray col stride, like for example 3 for an rgb image?
> For a dense, 2-dim block (which is what is being constructed by
> blockcreate()), there are only two sets of valid strides,
> corresponding to row-major and column-major.
> -- Jules
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