CircularArrays.jl

Multi-dimensional arrays with fixed size and circular indexing.
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CircularArrays.jl - Multi-dimensional arrays with fixed size and circular indexing

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CircularArrays.jl is a small package adding the CircularArray type which can be backed by any AbstractArray. A CircularArray{T,N,A} is an AbstractArray{T,N} backed by a data array of type A. It has a fixed size and features circular indexing across all dimensions: Indexing and assigning beyond its bounds in both directions is possible, as the end of the array is considered adjacent to its start. CircularArrays have the same axes as the underlying backing array, and iterators only iterate over these indices.

The CircularVector{T} type is added as an alias for CircularArray{T, 1}.

The following constructors are provided.

# Initialize a CircularArray backed by any AbstractArray.
CircularArray(arr::AbstractArray{T, N}) where {T, N}
# Initialize a CircularArray with default values and the specified dimensions.
CircularArray(initialValue::T, dims...) where T
# Alternative functions for one-dimensional circular arrays.
CircularVector(arr::AbstractArray{T, 1}) where T
CircularVector(initialValue::T, size::Int) where T

Examples

julia> using CircularArrays
julia> a = CircularArray([1,2,3]);
julia> a[0:4]
5-element CircularArray{Int64,1}:
 3
 1
 2
 3
 1
julia> using OffsetArrays
julia> i = OffsetArray(1:5,-2:2);
julia> a[i]
5-element CircularArray{Int64,1} with indices -2:2:
 1
 2
 3
 1
 2

License

CircularArrays.jl is licensed under the MIT license. By using or interacting with this software in any way, you agree to the license of this software.

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