Subject: Re: [boost] different matrix library?
From: Rutger ter Borg (rutger_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-08-17 03:21:40
>> Would it be possible to drop the user-unfriendly stuff? :-) Positive
>> definite alone already implies a vector.
I meant matrix of course
> We can provide such short-cut of course. as_matrix is needed to apss the
> complete settings in case like
> // acces a vector as a diagonal FORTRAN one by lazyly reindex it &
> reshape it
>> Of course, pick that, then :-) I guess CUBLAS will be faster than SIMD
> I'll tell you this ina bout 8 month when the research project we're
> running on exactly that is complete.
>> I see NT2 is under LGPL. Are you considering submitting it for review /
>> changing the license.
> FYI, v3.x o NT2 (the one on the cooking plant) is using Boost License
> and not LGPL anymore.
> I started by proposing slicing NT2 components into boost library
> (Boost.SIMD is one).
> We *will* end up boostifying NT2 and submit it for review but that's a
> long term goal (read 3-6 months).
> Currently, our deadline is refurbishing actual code so our own user get
> an update NT2.
> Then ONLY after that , we'll do NT2->Boost.
> Note that I'm really shy on this considering the early response I got
> from just proposing Boost.SIMD.
> That's why I also proposed DE to team up so we can brainstorm and don't
> dilute effort as we already have a huge code base that was working even
> if it was ugly.
Let's do that.
> We have such glue already but sharing/cheking/getting better is of
> course good.
I see the glue is yours. The code I'm referring to is at
it's entirely auto-generated based on the fortran code base, please see
so how the code looks and interacts may be adjusted to suit any need. And
give you access to algorithms from after 2006 :-)
> There is an old documentation (NT2 is beign rewritten form ground up
> with proto) that show most of what was able at the point
> on the sourceforge site.
Ok, I'll look into that.
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