From: Dan Mcleran (dan.mcleran_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-10-30 16:13:55
"Martin Weiser" <weiser_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> On Montag, 28. Oktober 2002 22:24, Dan Mcleran wrote:
> > Martin,
> > I've expanded on your initial thoughts and written some code that
> > performs a trapezoidal-rule integration on a couple of functors (1/x
> > and x^2).
> I've written an interface framework which I think is more flexible, and
> nevertheless easy to use. It's far from complete, of course, and the
> implementation is clearly suboptimal, but you get the idea.
> Let me know what you think.
> The code below compiles and runs with GCC 3.2. No other compiler was
> tested by now.
This looks much better than what I had. The only thing I didn't like was
that the library always constructs an instace of TrapezoidalRule every time
integrate is called (or am I mistaken). The other down-side is that neither
Borland nor GCC 2.95.2 will compile your code.
I'm using your code as a starting point and making some mods. I would like
to show it to you when I get it working. I have to spend some time on my
real job today but hope to look at this some more tonight.
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