From: John (EBo) David (ebo_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-03-20 23:05:58
> Speaking of matrix class libs...
> Frequently I need more than 2D. I know that blitz will handle this
> conveniently. I'm not aware of any other modern C++ matrix libs that
> also handle > 2D easily. Any other recommendations?
It's been a while but I seem to recall LEDA can deal with
multidimensional matrices. I also have some stuff that deals with
multidimensional arrays. As far as my own stuff goes, I am not
satisfied with it and have every intention of scrapping or rewriting it,
but it does come with interfaces to HDF5... I too would like to know of
any decent multi-dim array or matrix stuff available.
Toon Knapen <toon_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> My interest is also mainly LA oriented. I'm most interested in
> both symmetric and non-symmetric, both dense and sparse with a
> complex or double datatype. As for algorithms, LU is definitly
> on the top of my list.
For myself, I am currently dealing with a lot of 2 and 3-D data sets and
their manipulation. At the moment I am using all the basic types and
will need to start using Rationals soon. Also, some of my data sets are
huge and need to be sub sampled efficiently (one 2-D data set is 3 GB,
and I've read of another researcher who is trying to cope with one that
is roughly a TeraByte).
As for algorithms: computing the Vornoi diagram and intersections of
polytopes is what I could use most now.
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