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From Phil Steitz <>
Subject Re: [math] talk about commons-math
Date Wed, 17 Jun 2009 21:12:24 GMT
On 6/17/09, <> wrote:
> Hello,
> I will give a talk on commons-math June 25th at a symposium organized by one
> of the technical competence centers (CCT) at the french space agency (Centre
> National d'√Čtudes Spatiales, CNES).

> The theme of the symposium is on high performance computing and the
> organizer asked me to present what we have done recently on commons-math.
> I have a 45 minutes slots. I think I will first speak about general wrong
> ideas about java and performances (some myth busting), then about the simple
> memory rearranging we did with the last linear algebra classes and finish
> with some comparisons results with respect to Numerical Recipes (optimized
> and not), Lapack and Atlas (optimized and not), different algorithms in
> Lapacke and perhaps another BLAS implementation. I will also tell about the
> future work after 2.0 with MJT and native BLAS.
> Do you have some ideas I should put on the slides or some material I could
> present ?
I will think about specific examples - both good and bad - but what
comes to mind immediately is that by presenting some
still-in-need-of-optimizing stuff alongside the "good" examples, you
may stimulate interest in contributing.

> Luc
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