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Compiling functions of vector argument

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Compiling functions of vector argument
  • From: barry at math.ucla.edu (Barry Merriman)
  • Date: Wed, 5 Feb 92 10:49:53 PST

Is there a way to Compile[ ] a function of a vector argument, say

F[{x1,x2,....,xn}] 


where n is very large (~ 100--1000)?
The allowed data types for compilation are all *scalar* (arggg!),
and I haven't had success with trying to declare a lists of variables.

For example, suppose one wanted to have a compiled version 

of the function

MatrixMultiply[m_, v_] := m.v

where m is a matrix and v is a vector. How close can one get to this?






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