Provides the Fortran code of the R package spam with 64-bit integers. Loading this package together with the R package spam enables the sparse matrix class spam to handle huge sparse matrices with more than 2^31-1 non-zero elements.
It is intended to use spam64 together with spam. To avoid
issues on 32-bit platforms we did not link the packages spam and
spam64 using dependencies.
Conversion between the structures happens when calling low-level functions and for some other selected operations.
Some spam64 functions have been successfully tested with 64-bit matrices. However, we expect that some functions of spam do not work with 64-bit matrices (yet). Please do not hesitate to contact us via email or https://git.math.uzh.ch/reinhard.furrer/spam in case you would like to use a spam function with 64-bit matrices that is not working properly in the current version.
Reinhard Furrer [aut, cre], Florian Gerber [aut], Roman Flury [aut]
and many contributors.
F. Gerber, K. Moesinger, R. Furrer (2017), Extending R packages to support 64-bit
compiled code: An illustration with spam64 and GIMMS NDVI3g data,
Computer & Geoscience 104, 109-119, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cageo.2016.11.015.
spam64 uses the R package dotCall64 to call compiled code: F. Gerber, K. Moesinger, R. Furrer (2018), dotCall64: An R package providing an efficient interface to compiled C, C++, and Fortran code supporting long vectors. SoftwareX, 7, 217-221, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.softx.2018.06.002.
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library("spam") library("spam64") tiny <- spam(1) pad(tiny) <- c(3,2^32) tiny str(tiny) # tiny matrix big time print(A <- spam_random(3)) options(spam.force64 = TRUE) # forcing 64-bit structure print( B <- spam_random(3)) A+B options(spam.force64 = FALSE) B # No operations, structure is preserved A+B # Lowlevel operation, structure is adapted
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