From: Glenn Schrader (gschrad_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-18 08:46:06
Michael Fawcett wrote:
> P.S. - Where does the math part fit in? Another separate math
> library? Needs to be heavily optimized for speed, vectors and
> matrices need to be guaranteed contiguous in memory, need support for
> row major vs column major...
> Create from scratch?
> Wait for the Matrix Template Library 4.0 which is "coming soon"? (I
> don't know if it does what is needed)
> Modify/Extend Boost.uBLAS and Boost.Quaternion?
There is also the Vector Image and Signal Processing Library (VSIPL).
The original VSIPL is a C library while the newer VSIPL++ is C++.
VSIPL++ also supports both serial processing and parallel processing. It
was originally meant for high performance signal processing (e.g.
radars) but its actually a general purpose library. If you're interested
have a look at www.vsipl.org
Glenn Schrader - MIT Lincoln Lab
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