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mpz_wrapperthe default for the integer storage?
taylor_termfor inverse hyperbolic functions(
acschto be precise )
from sympy import * var("x") asinh(1/x).diff(x).series(x, 0, 10).integrate(x)
acschis very bad at 0, which lies in the middle of the branch cut. One can at best hope for asymptotic expansions with logarithmic terms, and probably different ones for the positive and negative sides. I don't think it would make much sense to introduce them to SymPy.
mpz_wrapperthe default. This will also make symengine build just with the gmp C library, the
gmpxxis not needed.
I was reading up on
design.mdin the conclusions it says
However, the issue is that even manual new/delete (or the equivalent UniquePtr) is slow, so we want to avoid it, or only do it as little as possible. I am still thinking if we could perhaps use UniquePtr instead of RCP.
RCP slower or faster than
UniquePtrslow(as mentioned above) then ?