- The internal structure of the
MATRIXdata type has been changed from Vector<float> to float with internal methods for dynamic resizing.
- A new
M_OPSFB type with expanded functionality replaces the former
- A new data type
M_OPis used to enumerate the functionality provided by the new
- Row and column indices and lengths are now restricted to the values
USINTdata type to correspond to the single-octet elements used for this purpose in the ASN.1 encoding.
- Matrix inversion is now performed using the Product Form of the Inverse (PFI). The PFI column pivot operation is also directly supported by the
M_OPSFB type, which makes it potentially useful in the solution of linear programming optimization problems.
OUT_MATRIXFB type is now capable of resizing and redisplaying itself when a
REQevent is received, so the
COLSinputs have been eliminated from this FB type, and no table is displayed initially until the first
REQevent is received.
TEST_MCOLSsystem configuration has been updated to
M_OPS_DEMOto demonstrate all the operations possible on the new M_OPS FB type.
TEST_MATRIXsystem configuration has been renamed to the more descriptive
Thursday, February 12, 2015
The Matrix Framework has been significantly upgraded:
Monday, February 9, 2015
PUBLISH and SUBSCRIBE have been upgraded to switch automatically to local multicast channels when their environment does not support UDP communication, e.g., in Applets. See the PUBLISH_0 documentation in the net folder and the CODEC_TEST and CODEC_TEST2 examples in the ita folder of the FB Navigator.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
The implementation of PUBLISH and SUBSCRIBE has been updated to ensure that all data transfer can occur within a single Ethernet packet using UDP over IPv4. For details, see www.holobloc.com/doc/fb/rt/net/pubsub.htm and http://www.holobloc.com/doc/ita/s3.htm#3.5.