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Eigen  3.3.90 (git rev ecb7bc9514b12051d050299234b2a74ac76b5a8e)

Detailed Description

Eigen defines several typedef shortcuts for most common matrix and vector types.

The general patterns are the following:

MatrixSizeType where Size can be 2,3,4 for fixed size square matrices or X for dynamic size, and where Type can be i for integer, f for float, d for double, cf for complex float, cd for complex double.

For example, Matrix3d is a fixed-size 3x3 matrix type of doubles, and MatrixXf is a dynamic-size matrix of floats.

There are also VectorSizeType and RowVectorSizeType which are self-explanatory. For example, Vector4cf is a fixed-size vector of 4 complex floats.

With [c++11], template alias are also defined for common sizes. They follow the same pattern as above except that the scalar type suffix is replaced by a template parameter, i.e.:

With [c++11], you can also use fully generic column and row vector types: Vector<Type,Size> and RowVector<Type,Size>.

See also
class Matrix

Typedefs

template<typename Type >
using Eigen::Matrix2 = Matrix< Type, 2, 2 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::Matrix2X = Matrix< Type, 2, Dynamic >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::Matrix3 = Matrix< Type, 3, 3 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::Matrix3X = Matrix< Type, 3, Dynamic >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::Matrix4 = Matrix< Type, 4, 4 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::Matrix4X = Matrix< Type, 4, Dynamic >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::MatrixX = Matrix< Type, Dynamic, Dynamic >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::MatrixX2 = Matrix< Type, Dynamic, 2 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::MatrixX3 = Matrix< Type, Dynamic, 3 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::MatrixX4 = Matrix< Type, Dynamic, 4 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type , int Size>
using Eigen::RowVector = Matrix< Type, 1, Size >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::RowVector2 = Matrix< Type, 1, 2 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::RowVector3 = Matrix< Type, 1, 3 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::RowVector4 = Matrix< Type, 1, 4 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::RowVectorX = Matrix< Type, 1, Dynamic >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type , int Size>
using Eigen::Vector = Matrix< Type, Size, 1 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::Vector2 = Matrix< Type, 2, 1 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::Vector3 = Matrix< Type, 3, 1 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::Vector4 = Matrix< Type, 4, 1 >
 [c++11]
 
template<typename Type >
using Eigen::VectorX = Matrix< Type, Dynamic, 1 >
 [c++11]