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    • Timo Koch's avatar
      [math] (Re-)implement cross product in 2d/3d · 979452c1
      Timo Koch authored
      This makes the old cross-product more efficient. The old version
      initialized a FieldVector with zeros and then filled it. The
      new version builds it's directly using consise bracket notation.
      The result can be moved without creating a copy.
      
      Implement a cross product in 2d that returns a scalar.
      Not mathematically clean but still useful.
      
      2d and 3d cross products now explicitly only work in 2d and 3d.
      Other dimensions will trigger a compiler error.
      979452c1
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