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Different for-"definitions/conditions but same execution code


Different for-"definitions/conditions but same execution code

By : Carlos A Loya
Date : November 22 2020, 09:00 AM
seems to work fine Just out of curiosity, is something like this possible in Python?
code :
if opt1:
    my_array = array1
elif opt2:
    my_array = array2
else:
    my_array = []

for x in my_array:
    ...
for x in array1 if opt1 else array2 if opt2 else []:
    ...


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By : spitfire
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , I am running a filter on an image and I perform a vertical pass followed by a horizontal pass. The function for this task is same for both the passes, only the argument values change. I'm calling the function in a loop. For vectorizing the operations in that function I have to write separate function calls for the two passes. The loop is now separate for horizontal and vertical passes. An "if condition" is now added because of this change and I noticed that even though the computations are vectorized, the kernel is taking longer to execute. I have run the code several times and the average time taken with the vectorized code is more than the original code. Is it because of the "if condition" plugged in the code? , Did you mean offset == 1 ?
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for(int i = 0; i < 4; i++)
{
    filter_vertical(a + i, b, c);
}
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