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kk411
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Pinned topic About Functional Maps

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Updated on 2013-09-04T17:40:57Z at 2013-09-04T17:40:57Z by kk411
  • dtx_user
    dtx_user
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    Re: About Functional Maps

    ‏2013-08-25T22:30:43Z  

    Functional map are always good, to modularize your mappings. There are  no performance implications, by adding more functional maps as far as I know.

    Updated on 2013-08-25T22:33:33Z at 2013-08-25T22:33:33Z by dtx_user
  • Jim Divoky
    Jim Divoky
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    Re: About Functional Maps

    ‏2013-09-04T15:15:42Z  

    I normally try to use FMaps only when I have to.  I like to keep my output card windows fairly sequential so that I don't have to constantly move to an FMap to figure out what is going on.  So that means I may use one or two or even three indexed objects in the main output card rather than calling a FMap. OTOH, sometimes it is a good idea to call an FMap even if there is only a single input if it clarifies the rules and would otherwise clutter up the main map rule window.  

  • jvanboga
    jvanboga
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    Re: About Functional Maps

    ‏2013-09-19T18:55:32Z  
    • dtx_user
    • ‏2013-08-25T22:30:43Z

    Functional map are always good, to modularize your mappings. There are  no performance implications, by adding more functional maps as far as I know.

    We do want to evaluate when we need a functional map as they do affect performance and consume resources.  Implemented effectively we will minimize the impact.