GetFEM++
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Sparse tensors, used during the assembly. More...
#include "gmm/gmm_except.h"
#include "bgeot_config.h"
#include "dal_bit_vector.h"
#include <iostream>
#include <bitset>
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Basic Geometric Tools.  
Sparse tensors, used during the assembly.
As an example, let say that we have a tensor t(i,j,k,l) of dimensions 4x2x3x3, with t(i,j,k,l!=k) == 0.
Then the tensor shape will be represented by a set of 3 objects of type 'tensor_mask': mask1: {i}, "1111" mask2: {j}, "11" mask3: {k,l}, "100" "010" "001" They contain a binary tensor indicating the nonnull elements.
The set of these three masks define the shape of the tensor (class tensor_shape)
If we add information about the location of the nonnull elements (by mean of strides), then we have an object of type 'tensor_ref'
Iteration on the data of one or more tensor should be done via the 'multi_tensor_iterator', which can iterate over common nonnull elements of a set of tensors.
maximum (virtual) number of elements in a tensor : 2^31 maximum number of dimensions : 254
"ought to be enough for anybody"
Definition in file bgeot_sparse_tensors.h.