Thank you Kris,

I'll consider the integer case as well. I believe it would be

a separate library.

The set of real numbers in the range [l,h) with the defined circular

operation + is indeed a bounded group (z is the identity element, and -c is

the inverse element of c) - according to the definitions in sections 14,16

of the article.

However, all other defined operations (multiplication/division with real

numbers, trigonometric functions, etc.) extend circular value mathematics

beyond the scope of group algebra.

Lior.

On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 12:17 AM, Krzysztof Czainski <

[hidden email]>wrote:

> 2011/5/26 Lior Kogan <

[hidden email]>

>

> > I built a C++0x circular-values math and statistics library, and posted

> it

> > on CodeProject. See

> >

> >

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/recipes/Circular-Values.aspx> >

> >

> > I wonder if such library may be a welcomed addition to Boost.

> >

> > Thank you,

> > Lior

> >

>

> Hi Lior,

>

> I enjoyed scanning your article, and I would be interested in such a

> library; I even wrote a very simple version for my own needs, but that was

> a

> very quick and dirty class ;-) I'd also be interested in something similar

> for integers.

>

> Are your Circular Values a bounded group (in the mathematical sense)?

>

> Regards

> Kris

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