From: Jason Kraftcheck (kraftche_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-10 18:26:18
François Duranleau wrote:
> On Fri, 10 Nov 2006, Jason Kraftcheck wrote:
>> I think that the two important issues where are:
>> 1) Boost should have these types defined outside of any
>> domain-specific library.
>> I think they equivalent to other types such a complex numbers, and
>> should exist
>> as primitives for use in many different libraries. There seems to be
>> support for this from others:
> I personally agree that Boost should have this type of matrices and
> vectors. But for one thing, instead to designing a new interface or
> library, I would seriously think about integrating static sized matrices
> and vectors into uBLAS. I don't see any good reasons why we shouldn't
> mix the two kinds.
It would, of course, be best if any static-size matrix implementation worked
with uBLAS. But it should be possible to have the matrix definition to exist
outside uBLAS. It is a fairly fundamental type. I think it'd be nice to be
able to use it without depending on the rest of uBLAS.
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