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JME part: allow checking values to be defined with a JME expression #398

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christianp opened this issue Aug 6, 2015 · 2 comments

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commented Aug 6, 2015

At the moment, you can just give a continuous interval and a number of points to pick. When this isn't good enough, you should be able to give a JME expression to generate a list of sample points.

A couple of examples I've been thinking of:

  • when checking logical propositions, you should try all combinations of true and false for the variables. Something like product([true,false],[true,false],...)
  • in modular arithmetic, only pick integers - fractions don't work.
  • pick from different ranges for each variable.

Your expression should return a list of points to check. A "point" is a list giving values for each of the variables. (The editor should tell you which order to use)

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commented Aug 6, 2015

This might enable #109

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commented Aug 14, 2017

One more example to add to that list:

  • Give vector samples to allow expressions such as dot(u,v) to be evaluated.
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