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Investigate alternative continuous function for sparse spectral data representation. #335

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KelSolaar opened this Issue Aug 9, 2017 · 2 comments

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KelSolaar commented Aug 9, 2017

As it occurred when starting to implement #192, our spectral data representation is not great even though it works. The current dict based underlying data structure is limiting and we have been investigating ways to represent our sparse spectral data using continuous functions so that it is possible to compute the range value in the supported domain.

The tested implementation is based on an extrapolator function wrapping an interpolating function and seems to work well albeit very much work in progress and without clues about performance: https://github.com/colour-science/colour-ramblings/blob/master/ramblings_modules/spectral_signal.py

This is one of the two major remaining blocks, the other being #267 that we aim to complete before being able to have Colour reach the stable status.

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And this is a wrap party, thanks @MichaelMauderer for reviewing the PR!

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KelSolaar commented Dec 5, 2017

And this is a wrap party, thanks @MichaelMauderer for reviewing the PR!

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