I like C++ and after I have switched from Fortran to C++ at the beginning of the nineties, I wanted to do everything in C++ including linear algebra. My first linear algebra in C++ was GNUSSL by Robert D. Pierce. It was a nice template library that helped me a lot to understand how one […]

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April 10, 2011 by Evgenii Rudnyi · Comments Off on Using LAPACK from C++

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Social Tagging: C++ • gcc • LAPACK • MKL • SciPy

Filed under: Dense Matrices

Social Tagging: C++ • gcc • LAPACK • MKL • SciPy

March 2, 2011 by Evgenii Rudnyi · Comments Off on Linear Solve in Python (NumPy and SciPy)

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The LAPACK library for linear algebra is integrated in many interactive environments (for example, Mathematica or Matlab) and this is the simplest way to access it. In this chapter, I will demonstrate the use of some LAPACK routines from SciPy in Python. Below it is assumed that NumPy and SciPy are installed in your Python […]

September 3, 2010 by Evgenii Rudnyi · Comments Off on NumPy and SciPy

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At IMTEK, I have been working with Mathematica and I should say that it is a pretty good tool for fast prototyping. The only disadvantage is that it is a commercial tool and it is necessary to purchase a license. As a result, when I finished my work at IMTEK, I have decided to look what […]

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