From: Zero Mind (lord.zerom1nd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-22 09:07:36
Barco You wrote:
> I'm interested.
> I think we should have a basic transform object who can implement any
> of transformation,
> such as Fourier Transform, Laplace Transform, Wavelet .....
> It's useful, especially for info system.
Paul A Bristow wrote:
> Sounds useful.
> If a niche need.
> But there are more people who need this than know they do ;-)
Esteve Fernandez wrote:
> Although I'm another student "competing" for a GSoC application, I find
> library extremely useful. I've had to implement polynomial interpolation
> doing crypto stuff (Shamir's Secret Sharing Scheme) and would have loved
> have a library that already solved this problem.
Nice to see that some people are interested. To be honest I had to use small
polynomials and implemented basic operations few months ago. However, that
was a very simple program. I would like to create something more advanced
this summer and in my opinion such a library may be useful sometimes.
Thanks for answers.
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