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Re: accessing octave functions in c++

From: Paul Kienzle
Subject: Re: accessing octave functions in c++
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 07:43:59 -0400

It depends what you need.

Octave wraps double precision lapack and blas in liboctave.

Template Numerical Toolkit (TNT) provides svd, lu, qr and eig in C++ templates. I've used it with qlib to create 100 digit solvers. I had to do some patches for e.g., numeric traits in qlib and using traits in TNT.

- Paul

On Jun 23, 2006, at 6:36 AM, Prohászka Zoltán wrote:

Dear Maintainers,

I work at the Technical University of Budapest, and I am
interested to provide to our students a free, numerically stable
library of linear algebra in c++.
It came to our mind, that the octave source code may contain
reliable functions for SVG,eig, roots, etc, thus we may try to simply
convert the relating parts of the octave source code into a c++ lib.
I would like to ask for your opinion, if this is a good idea to achive
our goal with minimum amount of coding, or do you know
somebody who tried this also, or was there a topic about this on
any octave mailing list.


Zoltan Prohaszka
Senior Lecturer

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