Public Member Functions
|virtual void||clear ()=0|
|virtual MemoryRegion||final ()=0|
|MemoryRegion||process (const MemoryRegion &a)|
|virtual void||update (const MemoryRegion &a)=0|
A buffered computation is characterised by having the algorithm take data in an incremental way, then having the results delivered at the end. Conceptually, the algorithm has some internal state that is modified when you call update() and returned when you call final().
|virtual void QCA::BufferedComputation::clear||(||)||
|virtual MemoryRegion QCA::BufferedComputation::final||(||)||
Perform an "all in one" update, returning the result.
This is appropriate if you have all the data in one array - just call process on that array, and you will get back the results of the computation.
|a||the data to process.|
|virtual void QCA::BufferedComputation::update||(||const MemoryRegion &||a||)||