# [Rcpp-commits] r2200 - papers/rjournal

Sun Sep 26 20:03:19 CEST 2010

Author: romain
Date: 2010-09-26 20:03:18 +0200 (Sun, 26 Sep 2010)
New Revision: 2200

Modified:
papers/rjournal/EddelbuettelFrancois.tex
Log:
minor findings after printing, I'm bored of it now

Modified: papers/rjournal/EddelbuettelFrancois.tex
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--- papers/rjournal/EddelbuettelFrancois.tex	2010-09-26 16:18:25 UTC (rev 2199)
+++ papers/rjournal/EddelbuettelFrancois.tex	2010-09-26 18:03:18 UTC (rev 2200)
@@ -440,7 +440,7 @@
In the first part of the example, the code extracts a
\code{std::vector<double>} from the global environment. In order to achieve this,
the \code{operator[]}  of \code{Environment} uses the proxy pattern
-\cite{meyers:moreeffectivecplusplus}
+\citep{meyers:moreeffectivecplusplus}
to distinguish between left hand side (LHS) and right hand side (RHS) use.
%
The output of the operator is an instance of the nested class
@@ -825,16 +825,16 @@
are summarized in Table~\ref{tab:benchmark}.

The first implementation, written in C and using the traditional R API
-provides our base case. It takes advantage of pointer arithmetics, but it
+provides our base case. It takes advantage of pointer arithmetics, therefore
does not pay the price of C++'s object encapsulation or operator overloading.
%
-The slowest implementation comes from the (deprecated) classic \pkg{Rcpp} API
-is clearly behind in terms of efficiency. The difference is mainly
+The slowest implementation comes from the (deprecated) classic \pkg{Rcpp} API.
+It is clearly behind in terms of efficiency. The difference is mainly
caused by the many unnecessary copies that the older code
performs.

The second-slowest solution uses the more efficient new \pkg{Rcpp} API. While
-already orders of magnitude faster than the preceding solution,  it
+already orders of magnitude faster than the preceding solution, it
illustrates the price of object encapsulation and of calling an overloaded
\code{operator[]} as opposed to using direct pointer arithmetics as in the
reference ase.
@@ -855,7 +855,7 @@
focuses on further improving interoperability between R and C++.
% should we plug the next article ... to be continued
Two core themes are Rcpp sugar' as well as Rcpp modules' both of which are
-discussed in vignettes in the package.
+discussed in their dedicated vignettes in the package.
% Add citations of vignettes ?
% nah