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From: Olivier Grisel <olivier.grisel@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] interesting array efficiency observations
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Yamagata Yoriyuki a écrit :
| Yes, it is expected, since a.{j} expands a call of a C function, while
| a.(j) expands inlined assembly codes.

Hello,

I have two other questions about Bigarray :
- - Bigarray seems to provide a relatively low level interface to general
multi-dimensional numerical arrays in OCaml. Do you know about a helper
library that provide higher level numerical functions such as those
provided in the Python Numeric package ? What I miss most are Ufuncs
(universal functions defined here :
http://www.pfdubois.com/numpy/html2/numpy-7.html#30906 ).
- - what is the difference of performance between Bigarray based
computation and Python Numeric based computation ?

Thanks for any hint !

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