Changeset 39516 in project


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01/18/21 02:01:27 (4 months ago)
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Diego
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srfi-179 docs: Fix lingering html tags

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    r39515 r39516  
    461461                      vector-length
    462462                      #f))</enscript>
    463 Implementations shall define {{sX-storage-class}} for {{X}}=8, 16, 32, and 64 (which have default values 0 and manipulate exact integer values between -2<sup>{{X}}-1</sup> and 2<sup>{{X}}-1</sup>-1 inclusive), {{uX-storage-class}} for {{X}}=1, 8, 16, 32, and 64 (which have default values 0 and manipulate exact integer values between 0 and 2<sup>{{X}}</sup>-1 inclusive), {{fX-storage-class}} for {{X}}= 8, 16, 32, and 64 (which have default value 0.0 and manipulate 8-, 16-, 32-, and 64-bit floating-point numbers), and {{cX-storage-class}} for {{X}}= 64 and 128 (which have default value 0.0+0.0i and manipulate complex numbers with, respectively, 32- and 64-bit floating-point numbers as real and imaginary parts).
     463Implementations shall define {{sX-storage-class}} for {{X}}=8, 16, 32, and 64 (which have default values 0 and manipulate exact integer values between $-2^{x-1}$ and $2^{X-1}-1$ inclusive), {{uX-storage-class}} for {{X}}=1, 8, 16, 32, and 64 (which have default values 0 and manipulate exact integer values between 0 and $2^X-1$ inclusive), {{fX-storage-class}} for {{X}}= 8, 16, 32, and 64 (which have default value 0.0 and manipulate 8-, 16-, 32-, and 64-bit floating-point numbers), and {{cX-storage-class}} for {{X}}= 64 and 128 (which have default value 0.0+0.0i and manipulate complex numbers with, respectively, 32- and 64-bit floating-point numbers as real and imaginary parts).
    464464
    465465Implementations with an appropriate homogeneous vector type should define the associated global variable using {{make-storage-class}}, otherwise they shall define the associated global variable to {{#f}}.
     
    19011901              (transform a))))
    19021902      (helper a))))</enscript>
    1903 By adding a single loop that calculates scaled sums and differences of adjacent elements in a one-dimensional array, we can define various <span id="Haar">Haar wavelet transforms</span> as follows:
     1903By adding a single loop that calculates scaled sums and differences of adjacent elements in a one-dimensional array, we can define various Haar wavelet transforms as follows:
    19041904
    19051905<enscript highlight="scheme">(define (1D-Haar-loop a)
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