User:Linh N Le/Notebook/2009/06/08
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Steve Koch 02:40, 9 June 2009 (EDT): These 3-D arrays are rectangular, so it's not a big problem...but in general, 3-D arrays can cause problems. A way to get around this is to "bundle" the 2-D array into a cluster. The cluster has only one element (the array). Then you can build a 1-D array of these clusters. In general, that makes things much easier to deal with AND, it prevents problems with a whole shitload of zeros being added when the 2-D arrays don't have the same dimensions as each other.