MLIR
17.0.0git

Given a simplex for a polytope, construct a new simplex whose variables are identified with a pair of points (x, y) in the original polytope. More...
Public Member Functions  
GBRSimplex (const Simplex &originalSimplex)  
void  addEqualityForDirection (ArrayRef< MPInt > dir) 
Add an equality dotProduct(dir, x  y) == 0. More...  
Fraction  computeWidth (ArrayRef< MPInt > dir) 
Compute max(dotProduct(dir, x  y)). More...  
Fraction  computeWidthAndDuals (ArrayRef< MPInt > dir, SmallVectorImpl< MPInt > &dual, MPInt &dualDenom) 
Compute max(dotProduct(dir, x  y)) and save the dual variables for only the direction equalities to dual . More...  
void  removeLastEquality () 
Remove the last equality that was added through addEqualityForDirection. More...  
Given a simplex for a polytope, construct a new simplex whose variables are identified with a pair of points (x, y) in the original polytope.
Supports some operations needed for generalized basis reduction. In what follows, dotProduct(x, y) = x_1 * y_1 + x_2 * y_2 + ... x_n * y_n where n is the dimension of the original polytope.
This supports adding equality constraints dotProduct(dir, x  y) == 0. It also supports rolling back this addition, by maintaining a snapshot stack that contains a snapshot of the Simplex's state for each equality, just before that equality was added.
Definition at line 1633 of file Simplex.cpp.

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Definition at line 1637 of file Simplex.cpp.
Add an equality dotProduct(dir, x  y) == 0.
First pushes a snapshot for the current simplex state to the stack so that this can be rolled back later.
Definition at line 1644 of file Simplex.cpp.
Compute max(dotProduct(dir, x  y)).
Definition at line 1651 of file Simplex.cpp.
References mlir::presburger::MaybeOptimum< T >::isBounded().

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Compute max(dotProduct(dir, x  y)) and save the dual variables for only the direction equalities to dual
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Definition at line 1660 of file Simplex.cpp.
References mlir::presburger::MaybeOptimum< T >::isBounded(), and mlir::presburger::Simplex::Up.

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Remove the last equality that was added through addEqualityForDirection.
We do this by rolling back to the snapshot at the top of the stack, which should be a snapshot taken just before the last equality was added.
Definition at line 1719 of file Simplex.cpp.