From: Ronald Garcia (garcia_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-11-20 11:23:17
I've received your request and will add your Accumulators library to
the review queue.
On Nov 16, 2006, at 5:46 PM, Eric Niebler wrote:
> My framework for incremental statistical accumulation is ready for
> review. Here is the overview:
>> Boost.Accumulators is both a library for incremental statistical
>> computation as well as an extensible framework for incremental
>> calculation in general. The library deals primarily with the
>> concept of an accumulator, which is a primitive computational
>> entity that accepts data one sample at a time and maintains some
>> internal state. These accumulators may offload some of their
>> computations on other accumulators, on which they depend.
>> Accumulators are grouped within an accumulator set.
>> Boost.Accumulators resolves the inter-dependencies between
>> accumulators in a set and ensures that accumulators are processed
>> in the proper order.
> The documentation is available online at:
> The download is in the Boost Vault in accumulators.zip at:
> This library is very much a complement to John Maddock's work on his
> statistical functions, which could be adapted to fit into this
> If anybody wants the docs in PDF format, please send me a request.
> a 10 Mb file, and the Vault won't take it.
> Eric Niebler
> Boost Consulting
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