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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] Is there a C++ implementation for numerical quadrature/cubature?
From: John Maddock (jz.maddock_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-08-20 07:22:51
On 20/08/2017 03:09, Easior Lars via Boost-users wrote:
>>>>>> "JMvB" == John Maddock via Boost-users <boost-users_at_[hidden]> writes:
> Thank you for your useful information.
> JMvB> * The next release will have fairly simple adaptive trapezoidal quadrature.
> JMvB> * I'm trying to quash the last few CI failures for double-exponential quadrature
> JMvB> now (tanh-sinh, exp-sinh and sinh-sinh) - that looks to be a remarkably efficient
> JMvB> and general purpose integrator (and yes it works very well with arbitrary
> JMvB> precision types). That's targeted for 1.66.
> JMvB> * We have the bits in place for adaptive Gauss-Konrad, but haven't worked out the
> JMvB> details yet.... not sure if that one will make 1.66 or a later release.
> I have forked boost math library on GitHub and want to make some
> testing. However, I have three issues to ask you:
> * Which branch does the quadrature exist in? develop or other branch?
Currently branch "pr66", I'm hoping to get the double-exponential in
develop in the next week or so.
> * Can I build boost library just only with math module? I guess, I
> should checkout all of boost modules in order to success in
> building boost library.
There's nothing to build to use the math lib - just place the headers in
libs/math/include in your include path *before* the rest of boost.
> JMvB> If you wanted to try out the double-exponential code now, it's here:
> JMvB> https://github.com/boostorg/math/pull/72, I've currently broken the tests (!),
> JMvB> but the headers are all ready to go, and if you'd like to give the new code a
> JMvB> test drive and report back that would be great. As with most quadrature routines,
> JMvB> it's fairly easy to break if you're cunning enough (which is why the tests are
> JMvB> currently broken!), but it does handle endpoint singularities very well, and is a
> JMvB> lot more robust and efficient than I expected. I've put a PDF build of the docs
> JMvB> from that branch here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9uwe1tujc0p12b5/math.pdf?dl=0you
> JMvB> will need to navigate to the tools->quadrature section (page 745).
> * Can you tell how to build Boost.math documentation? I found it is
> diffcult to build Boost documentations by boostbook. Is there any
> guideline to do this?
If you just want to read the docs, then I'd suggest you stick to the PDF
I posted to: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9uwe1tujc0p12b5/math.pdf?dl=0
However, the quadrature docs haven't been proof-read yet, so patches are
To build the Math lib docs you will need to:
* Copy tools/build/example/user-config.jam to your home directory.
* Install xsltproc, the docbook xsl stylesheets
(https://sourceforge.net/projects/docbook/files/docbook-xsl/), and the
docbook 4.2 DTD (http://docbook.org/xml/4.2/).
* In user-config.jam add to the end:
using xsltproc ;
using quickbook ;
Then cd into libs/math/doc and:
which will build the html docs. Additional Boost tools (quickbook and
auto_index) will get built on demand.
There's more information at
https://svn.boost.org/trac10/wiki/BoostDocs/GettingStarted but it's more
complex than it needs to be as it covers what you need to do
*everything* with *any* library.
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