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Re: Q: Recursion on a list


Hi,

I assume x[t] mean x[[t]] and not a function call.

xNew=RotateRight[#1*(1.0-#2) @@@ Transpose[{RotateLeft[x],r}]];
xNew[[1]]=1.0;

?
Regards
  Jens

msc wrote:
> 
> Greetings,
> 
> I'm looking for an efficient method (i.e., with the use of an explicit loop)
> for the following problem. I am working with large lists (several thousand
> elements) of data. Denote one such list r. I would like to define a new list
> x such that:
> 
> x[0] = 1.0
> 
> x[t] = x[t-1]*(1.0 + r[t])
> 
> Can anyone suggest an efficient way?
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> Mark


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