Subject: Re: [boost] different matrix library?
From: Rutger ter Borg (rutger_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-08-17 03:11:19
> Missed this part. NT2 has the following concepts as matrix settings.
> storage mode : conventional (aka dense) and packed (as LAPACK packed)
> shape : full diagonal, tridiagonal, upper/lower_triangular etc... Note
> that you can have a diagonal matrix with no packed representation.
> memory allocation : dynamic or static, dynamic use NRC allocation at
> runtime, static use NRC allcoation of boost::array
> dimension : 2D,...,nD
Packed Hessenberg? (vector+triangular, or different?) How are banded
matrices dealt with?
> Other settings:
> indexing : numerical value of base idnex. 1 by default to mimic FORTRAN
> can be set to any signed value (0 = C indexing)
> All those things are usable as policy types and are checked for
> non-sensical combination at compile-time.
> We pondered adding mathematical traits but we foudn no way to enforce
> them properly without sacrifying performances.
I would say these are not part of a matrix, rather of the expression? Like
unitary and orthogonal?
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