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From: Hossein Haeri (powerprogman_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-25 04:58:30
> > Sorry, but I'm not with you at all. In fact, I'm
> > to give the same answer I gave to Yoann; BLAS,
> > generally, stands for "basic linear algebraic"
> > algorithms, and not for "basic algoirthms" of
> > algebra". Got the point? Am I right? Or, am I
> > anything?
> I think you mixed up with LINPACK and ARPACK, which
> gives many linear
> algorithms, just like comput eigen values and so on.
> Then, the question must not be : why is it not in
> uBLAS, which is a
> reimplementation of the BLAS library. The question
> probably got to be :
> why not reimplement LINPACK and ARPACK in Boost ? As
> far as I am
> concern, this is a good idea and if the project is
> starting, I will be
> glad to give the help I can. But this probably got
> to be debated on
> developers list.
In case I've correctly understood what you mean, I
agree, and am ready to take part as well. Developpers?
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