The function Lin3DAddr returns the linearized address of the matrix element [ix,iy,il,*] with ix, iy, and il being the index of the x, yaxis or layer axis, respectively. The time slot axis is not taken into account.
The conversion into a linearized address can be used advantageously for maintaining lists of particular cells of a time slot of the data matrix.
Lin3DAddr returns a negative value if any error occurs during the conversion:
The function returns the following error codes:
1 ... if any of the parameters is invalid
2 ... the matrix is too big, i.e. the number of matrix elements of a single time slot is greater than 2^{31}1 (= 2147483647).
