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Emmanuel Bourg updated MATH271:

Description:
This is part of the proposal to integrate MTJ, netlibjava and commonsmath which has been
well received on the developers' list, @see http://www.nabble.com/commonsmath,matrixtoolkitsjavaandconsolidationtt23537813.html
This depends on issue MATH270.
Matrix Toolkits for Java has functionality that is missing from commonsmath, such as linear
solvers, sparse storage classes and efficient implementations of standard algorithms using
the BLAS/LAPACK API. As commonsmath is starting to expand its linear algebra footprint, it
makes a lot of sense for these projects to combine.
The author of matrixtoolkitsjava is happy to release all his code under an Apache licence.
The maintainer of matrixtoolkitsjava (i.e. me!) is happy to direct all future users of matrixtoolkitsjava
toward commonsmath once the functionality is present. MTJ will then make a release with all
classes being marked @Deprecated.
was:
This is part of the proposal to integrate MTJ, netlibjava and commonsmath which has been
well received on the developers' list, @see http://www.nabble.com/commonsmath,matrixtoolkitsjavaandconsolidationtt23537813.html
This depends on issue 270.
Matrix Toolkits for Java has functionality that is missing from commonsmath, such as linear
solvers, sparse storage classes and efficient implementations of standard algorithms using
the BLAS/LAPACK API. As commonsmath is starting to expand its linear algebra footprint, it
makes a lot of sense for these projects to combine.
The author of matrixtoolkitsjava is happy to release all his code under an Apache licence.
The maintainer of matrixtoolkitsjava (i.e. me!) is happy to direct all future users of matrixtoolkitsjava
toward commonsmath once the functionality is present. MTJ will then make a release with all
classes being marked @Deprecated.
> Take code from matrixtoolkitsjava
> 
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> Key: MATH271
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MATH271
> Project: Commons Math
> Issue Type: New Feature
> Affects Versions: 2.1
> Reporter: Sam Halliday
>
> This is part of the proposal to integrate MTJ, netlibjava and commonsmath which has
been well received on the developers' list, @see http://www.nabble.com/commonsmath,matrixtoolkitsjavaandconsolidationtt23537813.html
> This depends on issue MATH270.
> Matrix Toolkits for Java has functionality that is missing from commonsmath, such as
linear solvers, sparse storage classes and efficient implementations of standard algorithms
using the BLAS/LAPACK API. As commonsmath is starting to expand its linear algebra footprint,
it makes a lot of sense for these projects to combine.
> The author of matrixtoolkitsjava is happy to release all his code under an Apache licence.
The maintainer of matrixtoolkitsjava (i.e. me!) is happy to direct all future users of matrixtoolkitsjava
toward commonsmath once the functionality is present. MTJ will then make a release with all
classes being marked @Deprecated.

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