"Abstract supertype of types that support scaling by a numeric factor. Examples of such types include vectors and matrices. The _scale_ operator `**` accepts a scale factor as its first operand, and an instance of `Scalable` as its second operand. Vector scaled = 2.0 ** Vector(x,y,z); Concrete classes which implement this interface should satisfy: - `x == 1**x` - `a ** (b ** x) == a*b ** x` where `1` denotes the multiplicative identity of the numeric scaling type. Concrete classes which implement this interface are encouraged to also satisfy [[Invertible]], in which case, the following identity should be satisfied: - `-x == -1**x` Concrete classes which implement this interface and which also satisfy [[Summable]] should satisfy: - `x+x == 2**x` - `a ** (x+y) == a**x + a**y` The [[scaling type|Scale]] must be a [[numeric|Numeric]] type, but is not required to be [[Number]], since a complex number scaling type should be allowed." by ("Gavin") shared interface Scalable<in Scale, out Value> of Value given Value satisfies Scalable<Scale,Value> given Scale satisfies Numeric<Scale> { "Scale this value by the given scale factor." shared formal Value scale(Scale scalar); }