Subject: Re: [boost] GSoC 2015 - Boost.uBLAS a library for matrix computations Project
From: David Bellot (david.bellot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-03-10 05:23:39
I'm glad you're interested. I'll check your code as soon as possible.
Thanks for doing the "competency test".
I would say we want both: speed and accuracy. It is not supposed to be a
demo implementation, but real code that will be used by real industrial
project. That's one of the aim of Boost in general. I hope this answers to
The next step is for you to write your proposal and develop it well on the
point that you think are the most important. As you saw in the discussions
on the mailing-list, the topic of having a solver is quite hot because it's
one of the main purpose of such a library.
This year, we have a lot of very good students so the competition will be
As soon as your proposal is ready, send it to me âso that I can help you
Best of luck !
On Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 8:03 AM, Yan Ni <leckie.dove_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> rgraduate student in 4th year. I am interested in
> working for Boost in GSoC 2015 and found the uBLAS project very
> interesting. I've read some the codes on github and has written a little
> code (including a simple test) of Gaussian Elimination Algorithm as the
> competency test: https://github.com/leckie-chn/ublas. I've also read about
> Raj's post about the algorithms need to be implemented. And I think that
> the focus on this project are both accuracy (using some numerical algorithm
> instead of classical math methods)and speed (regarding cache & memory
> Please let me know your preference. Thank you.
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