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*To*: List for IMP development <>*Subject*: Re: [IMP-dev] Linear algebra*From*: Seung Joong Kim <>*Date*: Thu, 15 Jan 2009 20:54:19 -0800*Reply-to*: List for IMP development <>

http://math.nist.gov/~RPozo/tnt/

- Seung Joong Kim Daniel Russel wrote:

I'd like to compute a SVD in IMP, so we need to revisit the question of linear algebra packages. The two main options as I see it are: 1) using some big blas implementation through boost.ublas's bindings. Theadvantages are that operations will then be really fast. Thedisadvantages are that is is a bit complicated and introduces an(easy, since basically all systems have some blas library installed)external dependency.2) use TNT. The advantages are that is is header only and has a nicelicense so we can hide it away internally. On the flip side, we can'tcount on it being installed so we have to hide it away internally, andit isn't the best implementation of things. It is also a bit limited(but SVD can solve all problems :-).Unless there are counter proposals, I'll stick a copy of TNT insomewhere._______________________________________________ IMP-dev mailing list https://salilab.org/mailman/listinfo/imp-dev

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