numba: maps, and list of vectors
I'm having great luck using with numba, but there are two problems I find difficult to solve with it. Often I want to algorithms that performs a lookup of a list/array of numbers. And this operation often comes in two flavors: (1) <index> => <int array> # datastructure.get(0) => array (2) <any int key> => <int array> # datastructure.get(999999999999) => array In numba, how to people deal with indexed lookup where the range of the data structure is a memory managed object (array/list) (1)? In numba, how to people deal with problems needing hashed lookups (2)? Are there extension libraries / ways of calling out to C/C++ libraries that can easily help. (I know Cython is a route, but I am asking about numba specifically). Thanks,  Stuart
The numba mailing list is here: https://groups.google.com/a/continuum.io/forum/#!forum/numbausers On Thu, Jan 17, 2019 at 1:55 PM Stuart Reynolds <stuart@stuartreynolds.net> wrote:
I'm having great luck using with numba, but there are two problems I find difficult to solve with it.
Often I want to algorithms that performs a lookup of a list/array of numbers. And this operation often comes in two flavors: (1) <index> => <int array> # datastructure.get(0) => array (2) <any int key> => <int array> # datastructure.get(999999999999) => array
In numba, how to people deal with indexed lookup where the range of the data structure is a memory managed object (array/list) (1)?
In numba, how to people deal with problems needing hashed lookups (2)?
Are there extension libraries / ways of calling out to C/C++ libraries that can easily help. (I know Cython is a route, but I am asking about numba specifically).
Thanks,  Stuart
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