Developer Guide and Reference

  • 2021.3
  • 06/28/2021
  • Public Content
Contents

Row accessor

The
row_accessor
class provides a read-only access to the rows of the table as contiguous homogeneous array.

Usage example

#include <CL/sycl.hpp> #include <iostream> #include "oneapi/dal/table/homogen.hpp" #include "oneapi/dal/table/row_accessor.hpp" using namespace oneapi; int main() { sycl::queue queue { sycl::default_selector() }; constexpr float host_data[] = { 1.0f, 1.5f, 2.0f, 2.1f, 3.2f, 3.7f, 4.0f, 4.9f, 5.0f, 5.2f, 6.1f, 6.2f }; constexpr std::int64_t row_count = 4; constexpr std::int64_t column_count = 3; auto shared_data = sycl::malloc_shared<float>(row_count * column_count, queue); auto event = queue.memcpy(shared_data, host_data, sizeof(float) * row_count * column_count); auto t = dal::homogen_table::wrap(queue, data, row_count, column_count, { event }); // Accessing second and third rows of the table dal::row_accessor<const float> acc { t }; auto block = acc.pull(queue, {1, 3}); for(std::int64_t i = 0; i < block.get_count(); i++) { std::cout << block[i] << ", "; } std::cout << std::endl; sycl::free(shared_data, queue); return 0; }

Programming interface

All types and functions in this section are declared in the
oneapi::dal
namespace and be available via inclusion of the
oneapi/dal/table/row_accessor.hpp
header file.
template<typename
T
>
class
row_accessor
Template Parameters
T
– The type of data values in blocks returned by the accessor. Should be const-qualified for read-only access. An accessor supports at least
float
,
double
, and
std::int32_t
.
Constructors
template<typename
U
= T, std::enable_if_t<std::is_const_v<U>, int> = 0>
row_accessor
(
const
table &
table
)
Creates a read-only accessor object from the table. Available only for const-qualified
T
.
row_accessor
(
const
detail::table_builder &
builder
)
Public Methods
dal::array<data_t>
pull
(
const
range &
row_range
= {0, -1})
const
Provides access to the rows of the table. The method returns an array that directly points to the memory within the table if it is possible. In that case, the array refers to the memory as to immutable data. Otherwise, the new memory block is allocated, the data from the table rows is converted and copied into this block. In this case, the array refers to the block as to mutable data.
Parameters
row_range
– The range of rows that data is returned from the accessor.
Preconditions


row_range are within the range of [0, obj.row_count).

T *
pull
(dal::array<data_t> &
block
,
const
range &
row_range
= {0, -1})
const
Provides access to the rows of the table. The method returns an array that directly points to the memory within the table if it is possible. In that case, the array refers to the memory as to immutable data. Otherwise, the new memory block is allocated, the data from the table rows is converted and copied into this block. In this case, the array refers to the block as to mutable data. The method updates the array.
Parameters
  • block
    – The block which memory is reused (if it is possible) to obtain the data from the table. The block memory is reset either when its size is not big enough, or when it contains immutable data, or when direct memory from the table can be used. If the block is reset to use a direct memory pointer from the object, it refers to this pointer as to immutable memory block.
  • row_range
    – The range of rows that data is returned from the accessor.
Preconditions


rows are within the range of [0, obj.row_count).

template<typename
U
= T, std::enable_if_t<!std::is_const_v<U>, int> = 0> void
push
(
const
dal::array<data_t> &
block
,
const
range &
row_range
= {0, -1})

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