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35 Arrays and Pseudo lists
 35.1  

35 Arrays and Pseudo lists

35.1  

35.1-1 Array
‣ Array( A, f )( function )

Inputs an array A and a function f. It returns the the array obtained by applying f to each entry of A (and leaves A unchanged).

Examples: 1 , 2 

35.1-2 PermuteArray
‣ PermuteArray( A, f )( function )

Inputs an array A of dimension d and a permutation f of degree at most d. It returns the array B defined by B[i1][i2]...[id] = A[f(i1)][f(i2)]...A[f(id)] (and leaves A unchanged).

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35.1-3 ArrayDimension
‣ ArrayDimension( A )( function )

Inputs an array A and returns its dimension.

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35.1-4 ArrayDimensions
‣ ArrayDimensions( A )( function )

Inputs an array A and returns its dimensions.

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35.1-5 ArraySum
‣ ArraySum( A )( function )

Inputs an array A and returns the sum of its entries.

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35.1-6 ArrayValue
‣ ArrayValue( A, x )( function )

Inputs an array A and a coordinate vector x. It returns the value of the entry in A with coordinate x.

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35.1-7 ArrayValueFunctions
‣ ArrayValueFunctions( d )( function )

Inputs a positive integer d and returns an efficient version of the function ArrayValue for arrays of dimension d.

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35.1-8 ArrayAssign
‣ ArrayAssign( A, x, n )( function )

Inputs an array A and a coordinate vector x and an integer n. It sets the entry of A with coordinate x equal to n.

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35.1-9 ArrayAssignFunctions
‣ ArrayAssignFunctions( d )( function )

Inputs a positive integer d and returns an efficient version of the function ArrayAssign for arrays of dimension d.

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35.1-10 ArrayIterate
‣ ArrayIterate( d )( function )

Inputs a positive integer d and returns a function ArrayIt(Dimensions,f). This function inputs a list Dimensions of d positive integers and also a function f(x). It applies the function f(x) to each integer list x of length d with entries x[i] in the range [1..Dimension[i]].

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35.1-11 BinaryArrayToTextFile
‣ BinaryArrayToTextFile( file, A )( function )

Inputs a string containing the address of a file, and an array A of 0s and 1s. The array represents a pure cubical complex. A representation of this complex is written to the file in a format that can be read by the CAPD (Computer Assisted Proofs in Dynamics) software developed by Marian Mrozek and others.

The second input A can also be a pure cubical complex.

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35.1-12 FrameArray
‣ FrameArray( A )( function )

Inputs an array A and returns the array obtained by appending a 0 to the beginning and end of each "row" of the array.

Examples: 1 

35.1-13 UnframeArray
‣ UnframeArray( A )( function )

Inputs an array A and returns the array obtained by removing the first and last entry in each "row" of the array.

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35.1-14 Add
‣ Add( L, x )( function )

Let L be a pseudo list of length n, and x an object compatible with the entries in L. If x is not in L then this operation converts L into a pseudo list of length n+1 by adding x as the final entry. If x is in L the operation has no effect on L.

Examples: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 

35.1-15 Append
‣ Append( L, K )( function )

Let L be a pseudo list and K a list whose objects are compatible with those in L. This operation applies Add(L,x) for each x in K.

Examples: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 

35.1-16 ListToPseudoList
‣ ListToPseudoList( L )( function )

Inputs a list L and returns the pseudo list representation of L.

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