Subject: Re: [boost] Matrix Library
From: Michael Marcin (mike.marcin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-09-24 18:21:36
Bo Zhou wrote:
> Cem Kalyoncu wrote:
>> As a part of our graphics study, we have built a 2D matrix class to
>> implement few matrix operation. After the study we have expanded our
>> aim for matrix operations system and started building a matrix and
>> possibly a math library. Currently matrix library is quite near to the
>> finish. To make it as generic as possible, we have used templates.
>> Current state of the project can be accessed from
>> http://sourceforge.net/projects/mathlibcpp/ (SVN:
>> https://mathlibcpp.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/mathlibcpp/). A simple
>> search revealed that there is no matrix module for boost libraries. We
>> are willing to resolve compatibility issues and lend our support this
>> module. However, before taking any action, I would like to ask your
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Cem Kalyoncu
>> Following functions exists in the library:
>> =/Copy constructor/CopyTo
>> matrix operators (+, -, *, +=, -=, *=)
>> scalar operator (+, -, /, *, +=, -=, *=, /=)
>> Uses a managedbuffer and allows temporary matrixes which are not copied
>> conversion to string and output to a stream is supported
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> The boost.uBlas should help you.
> But the BLAS only supplies the basic linear algebra operation, so if you
> want to program easily you should also take a look at the
> CML(http://www.cmldev.net/) or nv_math in NVIDIA SDK.
I would also recommend looking at Eigen2 (http://eigen.tuxfamily.org/).
Having used many libraries including uBlas, MTL4, and tvmet we have been
most happy with Eigen2.
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