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From: Ronald Garcia (rgarcia4_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-03-14 11:40:43

>>>>> "DA" == David Abrahams <abrahams_at_[hidden]> writes:

    DA> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ronald Garcia"
    DA> <rgarcia4_at_[hidden]>

>> For the sake of clarity, I should mention what kind of library
>> I am working on. Primarily, I'm developing a multidimensional
>> array library, rather than a matrix library per se. That is,
>> things are more similar to Blitz++ than MTL, though access to
>> matrix functionality is definitely a requirement.

    DA> Phew, the terminology is making my head spin. Andy calls MTL a
    DA> "linear algebra library", clearly distinguishing it from a
    DA> "matrix library", but you seem to be calling it a "matrix
    DA> library". Could someone please clearly delineate the
    DA> distinctions here?

doh! What I meant is that while my focus is upon a multidimensional
"array" library, I would like it to interoperate with a linear algebra
library. That is, I would like 1 and 2 dimensional "arrays" to meet
the concept requirements of some linear algebraic container, or allow
for an easy adaptation to such an interface.


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