# Interface MatrixStrategy

All Known Implementing Classes:
`DoubleMatrixStrategy`, `FloatMatrixStrategy`, `IntAparapiMatrixStrategy`, `IntMatrixStrategy`, `LongAparapiMatrixStrategy`, `LongMatrixStrategy`

public interface MatrixStrategy
Matrix operations.
Since:
1.7.0
Version:
1.7.0
Author:
Mikko Tommila
• ## Method Summary

Modifier and Type
Method
Description
`void`
```permuteToDoubleWidth(ArrayAccess arrayAccess, int n1, int n2)```
Permute the rows of the n1 x n2 matrix so that it is shaped like a n1/2 x 2*n2 matrix.
`void`
```permuteToHalfWidth(ArrayAccess arrayAccess, int n1, int n2)```
Permute the rows of the n1 x n2 matrix so that it is shaped like a 2*n1 x n2/2 matrix.
`void`
```transpose(ArrayAccess arrayAccess, int n1, int n2)```
Transpose a n1 x n2 matrix.
`void`
```transposeSquare(ArrayAccess arrayAccess, int n1, int n2)```
Transpose a square n1 x n1 block of n1 x n2 matrix.
• ## Method Details

• ### transpose

void transpose(ArrayAccess arrayAccess, int n1, int n2) throws ApfloatRuntimeException
Transpose a n1 x n2 matrix.

Both n1 and n2 must be powers of two. Additionally, one of these must be true:

n1 = n2
n1 = 2*n2
n2 = 2*n1

Parameters:
`arrayAccess` - Accessor to the matrix data. This data will be transposed.
`n1` - Number of rows in the matrix.
`n2` - Number of columns in the matrix.
Throws:
`ApfloatRuntimeException`
• ### transposeSquare

void transposeSquare(ArrayAccess arrayAccess, int n1, int n2) throws ApfloatRuntimeException
Transpose a square n1 x n1 block of n1 x n2 matrix.

Both n1 and n2 must be powers of two, and n1 <= n2.

Parameters:
`arrayAccess` - Accessor to the matrix data. This data will be transposed.
`n1` - Number of rows and columns in the block to be transposed.
`n2` - Number of columns in the matrix.
Throws:
`ApfloatRuntimeException`
• ### permuteToDoubleWidth

void permuteToDoubleWidth(ArrayAccess arrayAccess, int n1, int n2) throws ApfloatRuntimeException
Permute the rows of the n1 x n2 matrix so that it is shaped like a n1/2 x 2*n2 matrix. Logically, the matrix is split in half, and the lower half is moved to the right side of the upper half.

Both n1 and n2 must be powers of two, and n1 >= 2.

E.g. if the matrix layout is originally as follows:

 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Then after this method it is as follows:

 0 1 2 3 8 9 10 11 4 5 6 7 12 13 14 15
Parameters:
`arrayAccess` - Accessor to the matrix data. This data will be permuted.
`n1` - Number of rows in the matrix.
`n2` - Number of columns in the matrix.
Throws:
`ApfloatRuntimeException`
Since:
1.7.0
• ### permuteToHalfWidth

void permuteToHalfWidth(ArrayAccess arrayAccess, int n1, int n2) throws ApfloatRuntimeException
Permute the rows of the n1 x n2 matrix so that it is shaped like a 2*n1 x n2/2 matrix. Logically, the matrix is split in half, and the right half is moved below the left half.

Both n1 and n2 must be powers of two. E.g. if the matrix layout is originally as follows:

 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Then after this method it is as follows:

 0 1 2 3 8 9 10 11 4 5 6 7 12 13 14 15
Parameters:
`arrayAccess` - Accessor to the matrix data. This data will be permuted.
`n1` - Number of rows in the matrix.
`n2` - Number of columns in the matrix.
Throws:
`ApfloatRuntimeException`