Lattice Builder Manual Software Package for Constructing Rank-1 Lattices
tutorial/GenSeqVector.cc

This example shows how to create vectors of distinct sequences of integers.

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#include "latbuilder/GenSeq/CoprimeIntegers.h"
#include "latbuilder/GenSeq/VectorCreator.h"
#include "latbuilder/GenSeq/Creator.h"
#include "latbuilder/SizeParam.h"
#include "latbuilder/Traversal.h"
#include "latbuilder/LFSR113.h"
#include "latbuilder/TextStream.h"
#include <iostream>
using namespace LatBuilder;
using TextStream::operator<<;
int main()
{
SizeParam<LatType::ORDINARY> n(7); // lattice size
SizeParam<LatType::ORDINARY> n0(2); // fake lattice size to obtain a single value (1)
Dimension dim = 3; // dimension
std::cout << "lattice size: " << n << std::endl;
std::cout << " integer sequences: " << vec << std::endl;
n = 31;
auto randVec = GenSeq::VectorCreator<RandomSeq>::create(n, dim, 5);
randVec[0] = GenSeq::Creator<RandomSeq>::create(n0, 1); // replace 1st with singleton
std::cout << "lattice size: " << n << std::endl;
std::cout << " random integer sequences: " << randVec << std::endl;
return 0;
}