dtx_user 060000AQMC27 Posts
Re: About Functional Maps2013-08-25T22:30:43ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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 0600009N7W20 Posts
Re: About Functional Maps2013-09-04T15:15:42ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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 060001NKRR419 Posts
Re: About Functional Maps2013-09-19T18:55:32ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- dtx_user 060000AQMC
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.