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Topic: Binary or Logical Selection : Given an array A and a binary or
logical vector S, how do I select the rows of A when S = 1 or True ?

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Binary or Logical Selection : Given an array A and a binary or
logical vector S, how do I select the rows of A when S = 1 or True ?

Posted: Sep 22, 2012 4:27 PM
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Given a 3 column array A of x,y,z numbers, defining a set of spatial coordinates, and a binary or logical selection vector S (with as many elements as rows in A) :

How do I express the operation of selecting an array R with the set of those co-ordinates in A where S is 1 (or true) ?

In Apl I write this as R ? S /[1] A .

But a referee of a paper is asking that I express this in standard maths, and I have not yet managed to find an appropriate mathematical expression.
Cheers for any help,
Beau



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