Module Sundials_RealArray2

module Sundials_RealArray2: sig .. end

type t 

A two-dimensional matrix. The underlying data can be accessed as a Bigarray via Sundials_RealArray2.unwrap, but note that the first index specifies the column.

type data = (float, Bigarray.float64_elt, Bigarray.c_layout) Bigarray.Array2.t 

An alias for two-dimensional Bigarrays of floating-point numbers.

val make : int -> int -> float -> t

make nr nc v returns an array with nr rows and nc columns, and with elements set to v.

val create : int -> int -> t

create nr nc returns an uninitialized array with nr rows and nc columns.

val empty : t

An array with no elements.

val get : t -> int -> int -> float

get a i j returns the value at row i and column j of a.

val col : t -> int -> Sundials.RealArray.t

col a j returns the jth column of a. The slice shares storage with a.

val set : t -> int -> int -> float -> unit

set a i j v sets the value at row i and column j of a to v.

val size : t -> int * int

nr, nc = size a returns the numbers of rows nr and columns nc of a

val pp : Stdlib.Format.formatter -> t -> unit

Pretty-print an array using the Format module.

val ppi : ?start:string ->
?rowstart:string ->
?stop:string ->
?rowstop:string ->
?sep:string ->
?rowsep:string ->
?item:(Stdlib.Format.formatter -> int -> int -> float -> unit) ->
unit -> Stdlib.Format.formatter -> t -> unit

Pretty-print an array using the Format module. The defaults are: start="[", stop="]", rowsep=";", indent=4, sep=" ", and item=fun f r c->Format.fprintf f "(%2d,%2d)=% -15e" r c (see fprintf). The indent argument specifies the indent for wrapped rows.

val copy : t -> t

Creates a new array with the same contents as an existing one.

val blit : t -> t -> unit

Copy the first array into the second one. See Bigarray.Genarray.blit for more details.

val fill : t -> float -> unit

fill a c sets all elements of a to the constant c.

val make_data : int -> int -> data

make m n returns an uninitialized m by n array.

val wrap : data -> t

Creates a new matrix from an existing Sundials_RealArray2.data array. Changes to one affect the other since they share the same underlying storage.

val unwrap : t -> data

Returns the Sundials_RealArray2.data array behind a matrix. Changes to one affect the other since they share the same underlying storage. Note that the array is accessed column-first, that is, get a i j = (unwrap a).{j, i}.