csWideSparse3D Class Reference
This implementation of csSparse3D is very suited where the accesses will be very widely spaced (for example: one element at (-1000,0,0) and one at (1000,0,0)).
Getting and setting elements is not as efficient as with DenseSparse3D but it consumes less memory.
- Current implementation is very naive. The list should be sorted to make searching at least a little more efficient.
This implementation of Sparse3D is better suited when accesses are close together. The speed of access is much better (no need to scan lists).
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