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Robert Fielding authored March 04, 2012

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@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ Which roughly translates to how it gets done with calls to vDSP:
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 	vDSP_vsfill(d,1, &one, length);
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 	vDSP_vsub(d,1, a,1, d,1, length);
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-So, the lack of clarity and the task of allocating an optimal number of temporary "registers" as code changes can make this kind of code hard to maintain.  A LISP syntax custom language trivial to make a compiler for, and Python is a reasonable language for tasks which require a lot of symbolic manipulation, and it is very widely available and well known.  Here is a snippet of some vDSP generated by the original LISP code in comments:
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+So, the lack of clarity and the task of allocating an optimal number of temporary "registers" as code changes can make this kind of code hard to maintain.  A LISP syntax custom language can make it trivial to make a compiler for, and Python is a reasonable language for tasks which require a lot of symbolic manipulation, and it is very widely available and well known.  Here is a snippet of some vDSP generated by the original LISP code in comments:
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 	( do
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 		(vset output  (vadd (vmul w0 w1) (vsmul w2 w3)))

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