From: Paul C. Leopardi (leopardi_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-03-05 08:55:52
On Sunday 05 March 2006 20:29, Dima Sorkin wrote:
> Quoting "Paul C. Leopardi" :
> > GluCat ( http://glucat.sf.net ) defines operator== for multivectors.
> > For matrix_multi this is implemented by:
> > 1) check the matrices to see if either has zero entries
> > 2) if so, subtract and use norm_inf
> > 3) if no, iterate over both matrices in lock step, comparing entries.
> > Best regards, Paul Leopardi
Hi Dima, yes I saw that. I know that uBLAS only approximately models linear
GluCat has a different philosophy to that of uBLAS. It tries to model the
Clifford algebras as closely as possible within the contraints of floating
point artihmetic. As equality is a fundamental algebraic relationship, GluCat
provides operator==, knowing that however it is implemented, it will not be
As the French philosopher once said, "Il meglio Ã¨ l'inimico del bene."
Best regards, Paul Leopardi