Subject: Re: [boost] library proposal : odeint
From: Daniel Trebbien (dtrebbien_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-07-09 11:16:55
> So, any comments on this library are highly welcome, as well as
> contributions (of any kind).
> Best regards,
I have a comment: I think that it would be very beneficial to discuss
specific, modern applications of your odeint library on the
documentation pages, preferably the applications for which you
originally wrote the library.
I feel as Paul does that differential equations are a tool for very
specific problems, and probably few Boosters have the opportunity to
work on applications that use ODEs. Consequently, I think that the
lack of immediate feedback is more due to a lack of experience with
ODE solving rather than a feeling that ODEs are unimportant (they're
I am very interested to see where this goes because you never know
when that perfect use for a high-quality, generic ODE integration
library will come along.
Please keep the list informed.
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