Most likely, Accelerate will never support arrays of functions —- this goes against the design philosophy of data-parallelism, where we want to apply the same function to each element of an array.
Still, it may be possible to do what you want. Here is an example where I do something like what you propose above. It is not generating an array of functions, rather it just builds up a chain of operations to execute (which sounds more like what you want, actually).
Does that help?
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