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/* Copyright 2017 The TensorFlow Authors. All Rights Reserved.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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// Utility functions related to layouts of Shapes.
#include <vector>
#include "tensorflow/compiler/xla/types.h"
#include "tensorflow/compiler/xla/xla_data.pb.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/lib/gtl/array_slice.h"
#include "tensorflow/core/platform/macros.h"
namespace xla {
// Namespaced collection of (static) utilities related to indexing into
// multidimensional arrays.
class IndexUtil {
// Converts a multidimensional index (eg {x, y, z}) into a linear index based
// on the shape and its layout. The first index in the multi_index is
// dimension 0.
static int64 MultidimensionalIndexToLinearIndex(
const Shape& shape, tensorflow::gtl::ArraySlice<int64> multi_index);
// Converts a linear index into multidimensional index (eg {x, y, z}) based on
// the shape and its layout. The first index in the returned multidimensional
// index is dimension 0.
static std::vector<int64> LinearIndexToMultidimensionalIndex(
const Shape& shape, int64 linear_index);
// Bumps a sequence of indices; e.g. {0,0,0,0} up by one index value; e.g. to
// {0,0,0,1}. This is akin to std::next_permutation. If the index hits a limit
// for the provided shape, the next most significant index is bumped, in a
// counting-up process.
// E.g. for shape f32[2,3]
// {0,0}=>{0,1}
// {0,1}=>{0,2}
// {0,2}=>{1,0}
// etc.
// This is useful for traversing the indices in a literal.
// Returns true iff the indices were successfully bumped; false if we've hit
// the limit where it can no longer be bumped in-bounds.
static bool BumpIndices(const Shape& shape,
tensorflow::gtl::MutableArraySlice<int64> indices);
// Calculates the stride size (in number of elements, not byte size) of a
// given logical shape dimension (from 0 to rank-1). If available, padded
// dimensions are used.
// Example:
// GetDimensionStride(F32[5,8,10,4]{3,2,1,0}, 1) ==
// sizeof(dimension(3)) * sizeof(dimension(2)) == 4 * 10
static int64 GetDimensionStride(const Shape& shape, int64 dimension);
// Returns true iff the given multi-index is contained in the bounds for the
// shape.
static bool IndexInBounds(const Shape& shape,
tensorflow::gtl::ArraySlice<int64> index);
// Compares the given indices in lexicographic order. lhs[0] and rhs[0] are
// compared first, and lhs[rank-1] and rhs[rank-1] last. If lhs is larger,
// then -1 is returned. If rhs is larger, then 1 is returned. Otherwise, 0 is
// returned.
static int CompareIndices(tensorflow::gtl::ArraySlice<int64> lhs,
tensorflow::gtl::ArraySlice<int64> rhs);
} // namespace xla