It's time for my daily question :)
I'd like to be able to treat a row or column of a matrix as a vector. I can use matrix_range to slice a 1*n or n*1 submatrix from the matrix, but a 1*n matrix isn't quite the same as a vector in ViennaCL. In particular, I can't use the element_prod() function with a matrix.
Is there any way to convert a 1*n matrix_range into a vector or to slice a vector from a matrix? Alternatively, is there any way to compute the element_prod() of two 1*n matrices?
haha, no problem, just go ahead. Every user request is valuable for us because it gives us hints on what needs to be improved. The row-/column-extraction is one such thing. We plan to add this piece of functionality in 1.5.0, the current release 1.4.1 is not capable of extracting these 'as a vector'. The only workaround for the moment is to use a custom OpenCL kernel, or, if you are using OpenCL and only need the first row/column of a matrix, to pass the OpenCL handle to the constructor of the vector. Alternatively, you could use the viennacl-dev repository soon, where this feature will be available in about two weeks.
Unfortunately I can't give you a better answer this time…
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