org.apache.commons.math3.linear
Class ArrayFieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.apache.commons.math3.linear.ArrayFieldVector<T>
Type Parameters:
T - the type of the field elements
All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, FieldVector<T>

public class ArrayFieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
extends Object
implements FieldVector<T>, Serializable

This class implements the FieldVector interface with a FieldElement array.

Since:
2.0
Version:
$Id: ArrayFieldVector.java 1416643 2012-12-03 19:37:14Z tn $
See Also:
Serialized Form

Constructor Summary
ArrayFieldVector(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
          Construct a vector from another vector, using a deep copy.
ArrayFieldVector(ArrayFieldVector<T> v1, ArrayFieldVector<T> v2)
          Construct a vector by appending one vector to another vector.
ArrayFieldVector(ArrayFieldVector<T> v, boolean deep)
          Construct a vector from another vector.
ArrayFieldVector(ArrayFieldVector<T> v1, T[] v2)
          Construct a vector by appending one vector to another vector.
ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field)
          Build a 0-length vector.
ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field, int size)
          Construct a vector of zeroes.
ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field, T[] d)
          Construct a vector from an array, copying the input array.
ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field, T[] d, boolean copyArray)
          Create a new ArrayFieldVector using the input array as the underlying data array.
ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field, T[] d, int pos, int size)
          Construct a vector from part of a array.
ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field, T[] v1, T[] v2)
          Construct a vector by appending one vector to another vector.
ArrayFieldVector(FieldVector<T> v)
          Construct a vector from another vector, using a deep copy.
ArrayFieldVector(int size, T preset)
          Construct a vector with preset values.
ArrayFieldVector(T[] d)
          Construct a vector from an array, copying the input array.
ArrayFieldVector(T[] v1, ArrayFieldVector<T> v2)
          Construct a vector by appending one vector to another vector.
ArrayFieldVector(T[] d, boolean copyArray)
          Create a new ArrayFieldVector using the input array as the underlying data array.
ArrayFieldVector(T[] d, int pos, int size)
          Construct a vector from part of a array.
ArrayFieldVector(T[] v1, T[] v2)
          Construct a vector by appending one vector to another vector.
 
Method Summary
 ArrayFieldVector<T> add(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
          Compute the sum of this and v.
 FieldVector<T> add(FieldVector<T> v)
          Compute the sum of this and v.
 ArrayFieldVector<T> append(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
          Construct a vector by appending a vector to this vector.
 FieldVector<T> append(FieldVector<T> v)
          Construct a vector by appending a vector to this vector.
 FieldVector<T> append(T in)
          Construct a vector by appending a T to this vector.
protected  void checkVectorDimensions(FieldVector<T> v)
          Check if instance and specified vectors have the same dimension.
protected  void checkVectorDimensions(int n)
          Check if instance dimension is equal to some expected value.
 FieldVector<T> copy()
          Returns a (deep) copy of this.
 T dotProduct(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
          Compute the dot product.
 T dotProduct(FieldVector<T> v)
          Compute the dot product.
 ArrayFieldVector<T> ebeDivide(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
          Element-by-element division.
 FieldVector<T> ebeDivide(FieldVector<T> v)
          Element-by-element division.
 ArrayFieldVector<T> ebeMultiply(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
          Element-by-element multiplication.
 FieldVector<T> ebeMultiply(FieldVector<T> v)
          Element-by-element multiplication.
 boolean equals(Object other)
          Test for the equality of two vectors.
 T[] getData()
          Returns vector entries as a T array.
 T[] getDataRef()
          Returns a reference to the underlying data array.
 int getDimension()
          Returns the size of the vector.
 T getEntry(int index)
          Returns the entry in the specified index.
 Field<T> getField()
          Get the type of field elements of the vector.
 FieldVector<T> getSubVector(int index, int n)
          Get a subvector from consecutive elements.
 int hashCode()
          Get a hashCode for the real vector.
 FieldVector<T> mapAdd(T d)
          Map an addition operation to each entry.
 FieldVector<T> mapAddToSelf(T d)
          Map an addition operation to each entry.
 FieldVector<T> mapDivide(T d)
          Map a division operation to each entry.
 FieldVector<T> mapDivideToSelf(T d)
          Map a division operation to each entry.
 FieldVector<T> mapInv()
          Map the 1/x function to each entry.
 FieldVector<T> mapInvToSelf()
          Map the 1/x function to each entry.
 FieldVector<T> mapMultiply(T d)
          Map a multiplication operation to each entry.
 FieldVector<T> mapMultiplyToSelf(T d)
          Map a multiplication operation to each entry.
 FieldVector<T> mapSubtract(T d)
          Map a subtraction operation to each entry.
 FieldVector<T> mapSubtractToSelf(T d)
          Map a subtraction operation to each entry.
 FieldMatrix<T> outerProduct(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
          Compute the outer product.
 FieldMatrix<T> outerProduct(FieldVector<T> v)
          Compute the outer product.
 ArrayFieldVector<T> projection(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
          Find the orthogonal projection of this vector onto another vector.
 FieldVector<T> projection(FieldVector<T> v)
          Find the orthogonal projection of this vector onto another vector.
 void set(int index, ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
          Set a set of consecutive elements.
 void set(T value)
          Set all elements to a single value.
 void setEntry(int index, T value)
          Set a single element.
 void setSubVector(int index, FieldVector<T> v)
          Set a set of consecutive elements.
 ArrayFieldVector<T> subtract(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
          Compute this minus v.
 FieldVector<T> subtract(FieldVector<T> v)
          Compute this minus v.
 T[] toArray()
          Convert the vector to a T array.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, finalize, getClass, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field)
Build a 0-length vector. Zero-length vectors may be used to initialize construction of vectors by data gathering. We start with zero-length and use either the ArrayFieldVector(ArrayFieldVector, ArrayFieldVector) constructor or one of the append methods (add(FieldVector) or append(ArrayFieldVector)) to gather data into this vector.

Parameters:
field - field to which the elements belong

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field,
                        int size)
Construct a vector of zeroes.

Parameters:
field - Field to which the elements belong.
size - Size of the vector.

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(int size,
                        T preset)
Construct a vector with preset values.

Parameters:
size - Size of the vector.
preset - All entries will be set with this value.

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(T[] d)
                 throws NullArgumentException,
                        ZeroException
Construct a vector from an array, copying the input array. This constructor needs a non-empty d array to retrieve the field from its first element. This implies it cannot build 0 length vectors. To build vectors from any size, one should use the ArrayFieldVector(Field, FieldElement[]) constructor.

Parameters:
d - Array.
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.
ZeroException - if d is empty.
See Also:
ArrayFieldVector(Field, FieldElement[])

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field,
                        T[] d)
                 throws NullArgumentException
Construct a vector from an array, copying the input array.

Parameters:
field - Field to which the elements belong.
d - Array.
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.
See Also:
ArrayFieldVector(FieldElement[])

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(T[] d,
                        boolean copyArray)
                 throws NullArgumentException,
                        ZeroException
Create a new ArrayFieldVector using the input array as the underlying data array. If an array is built specially in order to be embedded in a ArrayFieldVector and not used directly, the copyArray may be set to false. This will prevent the copying and improve performance as no new array will be built and no data will be copied. This constructor needs a non-empty d array to retrieve the field from its first element. This implies it cannot build 0 length vectors. To build vectors from any size, one should use the ArrayFieldVector(Field, FieldElement[], boolean) constructor.

Parameters:
d - Data for the new vector.
copyArray - If true, the input array will be copied, otherwise it will be referenced.
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.
ZeroException - if d is empty.
See Also:
ArrayFieldVector(FieldElement[]), ArrayFieldVector(Field, FieldElement[], boolean)

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field,
                        T[] d,
                        boolean copyArray)
                 throws NullArgumentException
Create a new ArrayFieldVector using the input array as the underlying data array. If an array is built specially in order to be embedded in a ArrayFieldVector and not used directly, the copyArray may be set to false. This will prevent the copying and improve performance as no new array will be built and no data will be copied.

Parameters:
field - Field to which the elements belong.
d - Data for the new vector.
copyArray - If true, the input array will be copied, otherwise it will be referenced.
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.
See Also:
ArrayFieldVector(FieldElement[], boolean)

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(T[] d,
                        int pos,
                        int size)
                 throws NullArgumentException,
                        NumberIsTooLargeException
Construct a vector from part of a array.

Parameters:
d - Array.
pos - Position of the first entry.
size - Number of entries to copy.
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.
NumberIsTooLargeException - if the size of d is less than pos + size.

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field,
                        T[] d,
                        int pos,
                        int size)
                 throws NullArgumentException,
                        NumberIsTooLargeException
Construct a vector from part of a array.

Parameters:
field - Field to which the elements belong.
d - Array.
pos - Position of the first entry.
size - Number of entries to copy.
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.
NumberIsTooLargeException - if the size of d is less than pos + size.

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(FieldVector<T> v)
                 throws NullArgumentException
Construct a vector from another vector, using a deep copy.

Parameters:
v - Vector to copy.
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if v is null.

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
                 throws NullArgumentException
Construct a vector from another vector, using a deep copy.

Parameters:
v - Vector to copy.
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if v is null.

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(ArrayFieldVector<T> v,
                        boolean deep)
                 throws NullArgumentException
Construct a vector from another vector.

Parameters:
v - Vector to copy.
deep - If true perform a deep copy, otherwise perform a shallow copy
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if v is null.

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(ArrayFieldVector<T> v1,
                        ArrayFieldVector<T> v2)
                 throws NullArgumentException
Construct a vector by appending one vector to another vector.

Parameters:
v1 - First vector (will be put in front of the new vector).
v2 - Second vector (will be put at back of the new vector).
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if v1 or v2 is null.

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(ArrayFieldVector<T> v1,
                        T[] v2)
                 throws NullArgumentException
Construct a vector by appending one vector to another vector.

Parameters:
v1 - First vector (will be put in front of the new vector).
v2 - Second vector (will be put at back of the new vector).
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if v1 or v2 is null.

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(T[] v1,
                        ArrayFieldVector<T> v2)
                 throws NullArgumentException
Construct a vector by appending one vector to another vector.

Parameters:
v1 - First vector (will be put in front of the new vector).
v2 - Second vector (will be put at back of the new vector).
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if v1 or v2 is null.

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(T[] v1,
                        T[] v2)
                 throws NullArgumentException,
                        ZeroException
Construct a vector by appending one vector to another vector. This constructor needs at least one non-empty array to retrieve the field from its first element. This implies it cannot build 0 length vectors. To build vectors from any size, one should use the ArrayFieldVector(Field, FieldElement[], FieldElement[]) constructor.

Parameters:
v1 - First vector (will be put in front of the new vector).
v2 - Second vector (will be put at back of the new vector).
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if v1 or v2 is null.
ZeroException - if both arrays are empty.
See Also:
ArrayFieldVector(Field, FieldElement[], FieldElement[])

ArrayFieldVector

public ArrayFieldVector(Field<T> field,
                        T[] v1,
                        T[] v2)
                 throws NullArgumentException,
                        ZeroException
Construct a vector by appending one vector to another vector.

Parameters:
field - Field to which the elements belong.
v1 - First vector (will be put in front of the new vector).
v2 - Second vector (will be put at back of the new vector).
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if v1 or v2 is null.
ZeroException - if both arrays are empty.
See Also:
ArrayFieldVector(FieldElement[], FieldElement[])
Method Detail

getField

public Field<T> getField()
Get the type of field elements of the vector.

Specified by:
getField in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Returns:
type of field elements of the vector

copy

public FieldVector<T> copy()
Returns a (deep) copy of this.

Specified by:
copy in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Returns:
vector copy

add

public FieldVector<T> add(FieldVector<T> v)
                                           throws DimensionMismatchException
Compute the sum of this and v.

Specified by:
add in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
v - vector to be added
Returns:
this + v
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this

add

public ArrayFieldVector<T> add(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
                                                throws DimensionMismatchException
Compute the sum of this and v.

Parameters:
v - vector to be added
Returns:
this + v
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this

subtract

public FieldVector<T> subtract(FieldVector<T> v)
                                                throws DimensionMismatchException
Compute this minus v.

Specified by:
subtract in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
v - vector to be subtracted
Returns:
this - v
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this

subtract

public ArrayFieldVector<T> subtract(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
                                                     throws DimensionMismatchException
Compute this minus v.

Parameters:
v - vector to be subtracted
Returns:
this - v
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this

mapAdd

public FieldVector<T> mapAdd(T d)
                                              throws NullArgumentException
Map an addition operation to each entry.

Specified by:
mapAdd in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
d - value to be added to each entry
Returns:
this + d
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.

mapAddToSelf

public FieldVector<T> mapAddToSelf(T d)
                                                    throws NullArgumentException
Map an addition operation to each entry.

The instance is changed by this method.

Specified by:
mapAddToSelf in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
d - value to be added to each entry
Returns:
for convenience, return this
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.

mapSubtract

public FieldVector<T> mapSubtract(T d)
                                                   throws NullArgumentException
Map a subtraction operation to each entry.

Specified by:
mapSubtract in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
d - value to be subtracted to each entry
Returns:
this - d
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null

mapSubtractToSelf

public FieldVector<T> mapSubtractToSelf(T d)
                                                         throws NullArgumentException
Map a subtraction operation to each entry.

The instance is changed by this method.

Specified by:
mapSubtractToSelf in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
d - value to be subtracted to each entry
Returns:
for convenience, return this
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null

mapMultiply

public FieldVector<T> mapMultiply(T d)
                                                   throws NullArgumentException
Map a multiplication operation to each entry.

Specified by:
mapMultiply in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
d - value to multiply all entries by
Returns:
this * d
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.

mapMultiplyToSelf

public FieldVector<T> mapMultiplyToSelf(T d)
                                                         throws NullArgumentException
Map a multiplication operation to each entry.

The instance is changed by this method.

Specified by:
mapMultiplyToSelf in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
d - value to multiply all entries by
Returns:
for convenience, return this
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.

mapDivide

public FieldVector<T> mapDivide(T d)
                                                 throws NullArgumentException,
                                                        MathArithmeticException
Map a division operation to each entry.

Specified by:
mapDivide in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
d - value to divide all entries by
Returns:
this / d
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.
MathArithmeticException - if d is zero.

mapDivideToSelf

public FieldVector<T> mapDivideToSelf(T d)
                                                       throws NullArgumentException,
                                                              MathArithmeticException
Map a division operation to each entry.

The instance is changed by this method.

Specified by:
mapDivideToSelf in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
d - value to divide all entries by
Returns:
for convenience, return this
Throws:
NullArgumentException - if d is null.
MathArithmeticException - if d is zero.

mapInv

public FieldVector<T> mapInv()
                                              throws MathArithmeticException
Map the 1/x function to each entry.

Specified by:
mapInv in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Returns:
a vector containing the result of applying the function to each entry.
Throws:
MathArithmeticException - if one of the entries is zero.

mapInvToSelf

public FieldVector<T> mapInvToSelf()
                                                    throws MathArithmeticException
Map the 1/x function to each entry.

The instance is changed by this method.

Specified by:
mapInvToSelf in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Returns:
for convenience, return this
Throws:
MathArithmeticException - if one of the entries is zero.

ebeMultiply

public FieldVector<T> ebeMultiply(FieldVector<T> v)
                                                   throws DimensionMismatchException
Element-by-element multiplication.

Specified by:
ebeMultiply in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
v - vector by which instance elements must be multiplied
Returns:
a vector containing this[i] * v[i] for all i
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this

ebeMultiply

public ArrayFieldVector<T> ebeMultiply(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
                                                        throws DimensionMismatchException
Element-by-element multiplication.

Parameters:
v - vector by which instance elements must be multiplied
Returns:
a vector containing this[i] * v[i] for all i
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this

ebeDivide

public FieldVector<T> ebeDivide(FieldVector<T> v)
                                                 throws DimensionMismatchException,
                                                        MathArithmeticException
Element-by-element division.

Specified by:
ebeDivide in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
v - vector by which instance elements must be divided
Returns:
a vector containing this[i] / v[i] for all i
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this
MathArithmeticException - if one entry of v is zero.

ebeDivide

public ArrayFieldVector<T> ebeDivide(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
                                                      throws DimensionMismatchException,
                                                             MathArithmeticException
Element-by-element division.

Parameters:
v - vector by which instance elements must be divided
Returns:
a vector containing this[i] / v[i] for all i
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this
MathArithmeticException - if one entry of v is zero.

getData

public T[] getData()
Returns vector entries as a T array.

Specified by:
getData in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Returns:
T array of entries

getDataRef

public T[] getDataRef()
Returns a reference to the underlying data array.

Does not make a fresh copy of the underlying data.

Returns:
array of entries

dotProduct

public T dotProduct(FieldVector<T> v)
                                     throws DimensionMismatchException
Compute the dot product.

Specified by:
dotProduct in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
v - vector with which dot product should be computed
Returns:
the scalar dot product of this and v
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this

dotProduct

public T dotProduct(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
                                     throws DimensionMismatchException
Compute the dot product.

Parameters:
v - vector with which dot product should be computed
Returns:
the scalar dot product of this and v
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this

projection

public FieldVector<T> projection(FieldVector<T> v)
                                                  throws DimensionMismatchException,
                                                         MathArithmeticException
Find the orthogonal projection of this vector onto another vector.

Specified by:
projection in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
v - vector onto which this must be projected
Returns:
projection of this onto v
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this
MathArithmeticException - if v is the null vector.

projection

public ArrayFieldVector<T> projection(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
                                                       throws DimensionMismatchException,
                                                              MathArithmeticException
Find the orthogonal projection of this vector onto another vector.

Parameters:
v - vector onto which this must be projected
Returns:
projection of this onto v
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if v is not the same size as this
MathArithmeticException - if v is the null vector.

outerProduct

public FieldMatrix<T> outerProduct(FieldVector<T> v)
Compute the outer product.

Specified by:
outerProduct in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
v - vector with which outer product should be computed
Returns:
the matrix outer product between instance and v

outerProduct

public FieldMatrix<T> outerProduct(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
Compute the outer product.

Parameters:
v - vector with which outer product should be computed
Returns:
the matrix outer product between instance and v

getEntry

public T getEntry(int index)
Returns the entry in the specified index.

Specified by:
getEntry in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
index - Index location of entry to be fetched.
Returns:
the vector entry at index.
See Also:
FieldVector.setEntry(int, FieldElement)

getDimension

public int getDimension()
Returns the size of the vector.

Specified by:
getDimension in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Returns:
size

append

public FieldVector<T> append(FieldVector<T> v)
Construct a vector by appending a vector to this vector.

Specified by:
append in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
v - vector to append to this one.
Returns:
a new vector

append

public ArrayFieldVector<T> append(ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
Construct a vector by appending a vector to this vector.

Parameters:
v - vector to append to this one.
Returns:
a new vector

append

public FieldVector<T> append(T in)
Construct a vector by appending a T to this vector.

Specified by:
append in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
in - T to append.
Returns:
a new vector

getSubVector

public FieldVector<T> getSubVector(int index,
                                   int n)
                                                    throws OutOfRangeException,
                                                           NotPositiveException
Get a subvector from consecutive elements.

Specified by:
getSubVector in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
index - index of first element.
n - number of elements to be retrieved.
Returns:
a vector containing n elements.
Throws:
OutOfRangeException - if the index is not valid.
NotPositiveException - if the number of elements if not positive.

setEntry

public void setEntry(int index,
                     T value)
Set a single element.

Specified by:
setEntry in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
index - element index.
value - new value for the element.
See Also:
FieldVector.getEntry(int)

setSubVector

public void setSubVector(int index,
                         FieldVector<T> v)
                  throws OutOfRangeException
Set a set of consecutive elements.

Specified by:
setSubVector in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
index - index of first element to be set.
v - vector containing the values to set.
Throws:
OutOfRangeException - if the index is not valid.

set

public void set(int index,
                ArrayFieldVector<T> v)
         throws OutOfRangeException
Set a set of consecutive elements.

Parameters:
index - index of first element to be set.
v - vector containing the values to set.
Throws:
OutOfRangeException - if the index is invalid.

set

public void set(T value)
Set all elements to a single value.

Specified by:
set in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Parameters:
value - single value to set for all elements

toArray

public T[] toArray()
Convert the vector to a T array.

The array is independent from vector data, it's elements are copied.

Specified by:
toArray in interface FieldVector<T extends FieldElement<T>>
Returns:
array containing a copy of vector elements

checkVectorDimensions

protected void checkVectorDimensions(FieldVector<T> v)
                              throws DimensionMismatchException
Check if instance and specified vectors have the same dimension.

Parameters:
v - vector to compare instance with
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if the vectors do not have the same dimensions

checkVectorDimensions

protected void checkVectorDimensions(int n)
                              throws DimensionMismatchException
Check if instance dimension is equal to some expected value.

Parameters:
n - Expected dimension.
Throws:
DimensionMismatchException - if the dimension is not equal to the size of this vector.

equals

public boolean equals(Object other)
Test for the equality of two vectors.

Overrides:
equals in class Object
Parameters:
other - Object to test for equality.
Returns:
true if two vector objects are equal, false otherwise.

hashCode

public int hashCode()
Get a hashCode for the real vector.

All NaN values have the same hash code.

Overrides:
hashCode in class Object
Returns:
a hash code value for this object


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