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Discussion of "pi'i"
Comment #1:
Overloaded

Curtis W Franks (Mon Aug 4 05:18:19 2014)

Presumably, this operator is overloaded, right? For example, it is typical integer multiplication for integers, scalar multiplication for vectors, and pointwise multiplication for functions; correct? (Modulo context/definitions)


Comment #2:
Re: Overloaded

Curtis W Franks (Tue Nov 10 06:16:24 2015)

krtisfranks wrote: > Presumably, this operator is overloaded, right? For example, it is typical > integer multiplication for integers, scalar multiplication for vectors, > and pointwise multiplication for functions; correct? (Modulo > context/definitions)
And should matrix multiplication (of vectors or matrices as standard ly described) be considered "pi'i"?
In any case, I think that we should have an entrywise/componentwise operator (de)convertion; that is, one which distributes an operator to each term in a tuple (or which can go layers deeper) if valid. This idea is rather like the dot operators in MatLab, "@@" in Mathematica, and relates to vectorization.


Comment #3:
Re: Overloaded

gleki (Tue Nov 10 06:25:31 2015)

krtisfranks wrote: > krtisfranks wrote: > > Presumably, this operator is overloaded, right? For example, it is > typical > > integer multiplication for integers, scalar multiplication for vectors, > > and pointwise multiplication for functions; correct? (Modulo > > context/definitions) > > > And should matrix multiplication (of vectors or matrices as standard ly > described) be considered "pi'i"? > > In any case, I think that we should have an entrywise/componentwise > operator (de)convertion; that is, one which distributes an operator to each > term in a tuple (or which can go layers deeper) if valid. This idea is > rather like the dot operators in MatLab, "@@" in Mathematica, and relates
> to vectorization.
It's a good idea to map words to less polysemous operators like in MatLab.
P.S. I wish you created more brivla rather than cmavo connectives.


Comment #4:
Re: Overloaded

Curtis W Franks (Thu Nov 12 22:14:38 2015)

gleki wrote: > krtisfranks wrote: > > krtisfranks wrote: > > > Presumably, this operator is overloaded, right? For example, it is > > typical > > > integer multiplication for integers, scalar multiplication for vectors, > > > and pointwise multiplication for functions; correct? (Modulo > > > context/definitions) > > > > > > And should matrix multiplication (of vectors or matrices as standard ly > > described) be considered "pi'i"? > > > > In any case, I think that we should have an entrywise/componentwise > > operator (de)convertion; that is, one which distributes an operator to > each > > term in a tuple (or which can go layers deeper) if valid. This idea is > > rather like the dot operators in MatLab, "@@" in Mathematica, and relates > > > to vectorization. > > > It's a good idea to map words to less polysemous operators like in MatLab. > > P.S. I wish you created more brivla rather than cmavo connectives.
I agree.
Re: P.S. Unfortunately, that is not really how the language works; mekso operators almost surely should be cmavo. There are a few cases for brivla being useful (such as with .aigne), but those ideas are not really operators. :/






