Human ecology

Sparse arrays

"In many real-life computing problems, i.e. structural design, solution of differential equations, etc., it is often necessary to deal with large arrays in which many of the elements have zero value. Such arrays with about 10 per cent non-zero elements are called sparse arrays."
(Wilson, 1988, pp.44-46)
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Created 5/11/99