Re: [glas] [crossposting] glas and mtl4 - what are the commons and differences
From: Karl Meerbergen (karl.meerbergen_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-14 14:52:17
Peter and I will look into this. I am not sure that GLAS and MTL have
the same goals, but there is a large amount of overlap, especially in
the algorithms and containers, which should clearly be exploited.
Bindings are indeed useful. They are used in GLAS for interfacing with
Maik Beckmann wrote:
> Hello dear mtl4 and glas people
> I know ublas,
> - http://www.boost.org/libs/numeric/ublas/doc/index.htm
> its potential successor glas (my impression)
> - http://sourceforge.net/projects/glas
> and since yesterday mtl4
> - http://www.osl.iu.edu/research/mtl/mtl4/
> ublas is the lib I use today. My impression is that glas is the implemented by
> peoples (mainly Karl Meerbergen) who worked on ublas and want to rewrite it
> from scratch with C++0x in mind.
> On the other side theres mtl4, which will be the successor mtl2 (mainly
> developed by Peter Gottschling).
> What are the common goals and what are the differences between both template
> The first thing I noticed is that both started using C++0x concepts and it
> might be a good idea to share experiences on this very new area of C++
> Another thing are blas/lapack backends like atlas. I think the numeric
> bindings contained by boost-sandbox do a very good job.
> - Maik Beckmann
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