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import unittest
import numpy as np
import nifty as ift
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from numpy.testing import assert_allclose
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from itertools import product
from test.common import expand


class LaplaceOperatorTests(unittest.TestCase):
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    @expand(product([None, False, True], [False, True], [10, 100, 1000]))
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    def test_Laplace(self, log1, log2, sz):
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        s = ift.RGSpace(sz, harmonic=True)
        p = ift.PowerSpace(s, logarithmic=log1)
        L = ift.LaplaceOperator(p, logarithmic=log2)
        arr = np.random.random(p.shape[0])
        fp = ift.Field(p, val=arr)
        assert_allclose(L(fp).vdot(L(fp)), L.adjoint_times(L(fp)).vdot(fp))