Hi Steven,

happy to hear that your tool also supports ublas. In general, we discuss either on https://gitter.im/boostorg/ublas or this mailing list ublas@lists.boost.org.
The tendency is that this mailing list is used for announcements or general topics while discussions on gitter are in general more technical, as you use markdown.

With our GSoC students we have used gitter.im channels such as https://gitter.im/BoostGSoC19/ublas to discuss experimental development.

Feel free to join our discussions and also push us w.r.t. desired interfaces etc.


Am Fr., 20. März 2020 um 16:44 Uhr schrieb Steven Varga via ublas <ublas@lists.boost.org>:
Hi Everyone,
similarly to Riccardo I am a consumer to ublas; also the author of H5CPP  a scalable non-intrusive persistence for linear algebra support, which includes UBLAS. I am excited about the development and wondering where is the best to follow the development: https://github.com/boostorg/ublas ?

sorry for the noise:

On Fri, Mar 20, 2020 at 11:19 AM Cem Bassoy via ublas <ublas@lists.boost.org> wrote:

thanks. I participated in the SG14 linear algebra calls and I think that the proposal is very valuable. If the proposal makes it into the standard IMHO we should integrate it into ublas and extend the current tensor concept.

In any case, we need to redesign and make the implementation more readable anyways. For that reason

- we started the tensor project in 2018 which has a cleaner interface (wiki) .
- we had two great gsoc projects in 2019, one provides a more generic tensor template and the other enhancing the built-in expression templates using boost::yap (wiki)
- in gsoc 2020 we will hopefully have an experimental version of matrix and vector with a cleaner interface and implementation.

Thanks again, we need such input!


Am Fr., 20. März 2020 um 15:54 Uhr schrieb Riccardo Rossi via ublas <ublas@lists.boost.org>:
Dear All,

i am just a user, however i want to point out that there is some standardization effort aiming at c++23 (or 26).

If you eventually go for a redesign (and IMHO ublas has a need of it), i really think it would make sense to take a look at

sorry for the noise




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