[Numpy-discussion] neighborhood iterator speed
Mon Oct 24 14:01:46 CDT 2011
I found the 2d iterator definition active in numpy 1.6.1. I'll test it.
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On Mon, Oct 24, 2011 at 1:23 PM, Nadav Horesh <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> * I'll try to implement the 2D iterator as far as far as my programming expertise goes. It might take few days.
I am pretty sure the code is in the history, if you are patient enough
to look for it in git history. I can't remember why I removed it
(maybe because it was not faster ?).
> * There is a risk in providing a buffer pointer, and for my (and probably most) use cases it is better for the iterator constructor to provide it. I was thinking about the possibility to give the iterator a shared memory pointer, to open a door for multiprocessing. Maybe it is better instead to provide a contiguous ndarray object to enable a sanity check.
One could ask for an optional buffer (if NULL -> auto-allocation). But
I would need a more detailed explanation about what you are trying to
do to warrant changing the API here.
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