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vo003_LogicalOperations.C File Reference

## Detailed Description

In this tutorial we learn how the RVec class can be used to express logical operations.

using namespace ROOT::VecOps;
void vo003_LogicalOperations()
{
// Logical operations on RVec instances are made to be very easy to use.
RVec<double> v1{1., 2., 3.};
RVec<double> v2{3., 2., 1.};
// Let's start with operations which act element by element. In this case
// we expext a RVec which holds {1. > 3., 2. > 2., 3. > 1.}, i.e. {1, 0, 0}:
auto v1_gr_v2 = v1 > v2;
std::cout << v1 << " > " << v2 << " = " << v1_gr_v2 << std::endl;
// Other logical operations are supported, of course:
auto v1_noteq_v2 = v1 != v2;
std::cout << v1 << " != " << v2 << " = " << v1_noteq_v2 << std::endl;
// All returns true if all of the elements equate to true, return false otherwise.
// Any returns true if any of the elements equates to true, return false otherwise.
auto all_true = v1 > .5 * v2;
std::cout << std::boolalpha;
std::cout << "All( " << v1 << " > .5 * " << v2 << " ) = " << All(all_true) << std::endl;
std::cout << "Any( " << v1 << " > " << v2 << " ) = " << Any(v1_noteq_v2) << std::endl;
// Selections on the RVec contents can be applied with the "square brackets" operator,
// which is not only a way to access the content of the RVec.
// This operation can change the size of the RVec.
RVec<double> v{1., 2., 3., 4., 5.};
auto v_filtered = v[v > 3.];
std::cout << "v = " << v << ". v[ v > 3. ] = " << v_filtered << std::endl;
// This filtering operation can be particularely useful when cleaning collections of
// objects coming from HEP events. For example:
RVec<double> mu_pt{15., 12., 10.6, 2.3, 4., 3.};
RVec<double> mu_eta{1.2, -0.2, 4.2, -5.3, 0.4, -2.};
// Suppose the pts of the muons with a pt greater than 10 and eta smaller than 2.1 are needed:
auto good_mu_pt = mu_pt[mu_pt > 10 && abs(mu_eta) < 2.1];
std::cout << "mu_pt = " << mu_pt << " mu_pt[ mu_pt > 10 && abs(mu_eta) < 2.1] = " << good_mu_pt << std::endl;
// Advanced logical operations with masking can be performed with the Where helper.
auto masked_mu_pt = Where(abs(mu_eta) < 2., mu_pt, -999.);
std::cout << "mu_pt if abs(mu_eta) < 2 else -999 = " << masked_mu_pt << std::endl;
}
A "std::vector"-like collection of values implementing handy operation to analyse them.
Definition RVec.hxx:296
auto All(const RVec< T > &v) -> decltype(v[0]==false)
Return true if all of the elements equate to true, return false otherwise.
Definition RVec.hxx:1013
RVec< T > Where(const RVec< int > &c, const RVec< T > &v1, const RVec< T > &v2)
Return the elements of v1 if the condition c is true and v2 if the condition c is false.
Definition RVec.hxx:1350
auto Any(const RVec< T > &v) -> decltype(v[0]==true)
Return true if any of the elements equates to true, return false otherwise.
Definition RVec.hxx:994
{ 1, 2, 3 } > { 3, 2, 1 } = { 0, 0, 1 }
{ 1, 2, 3 } != { 3, 2, 1 } = { 1, 0, 1 }
All( { 1, 2, 3 } > .5 * { 3, 2, 1 } ) = false
Any( { 1, 2, 3 } > { 3, 2, 1 } ) = true
v = { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 }. v[ v > 3. ] = { 4, 5 }
mu_pt = { 15, 12, 10.6, 2.3, 4, 3 } mu_pt[ mu_pt > 10 && abs(mu_eta) < 2.1] = { 15, 12 }
mu_pt if abs(mu_eta) < 2 else -999 = { 15, 12, -999, -999, 4, -999 }
Date
May 2018

Definition in file vo003_LogicalOperations.C.