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From "Emmanuel Bourg (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (MATH-271) Take code from matrix-toolkits-java
Date Thu, 28 May 2009 22:47:45 GMT

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Emmanuel Bourg updated MATH-271:
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    Description: 
This is part of the proposal to integrate MTJ, netlib-java and commons-math which has been
well received on the developers' list, @see http://www.nabble.com/commons-math,-matrix-toolkits-java-and-consolidation-tt23537813.html

This depends on issue MATH-270.

Matrix Toolkits for Java has functionality that is missing from commons-math, such as linear
solvers, sparse storage classes and efficient implementations of standard algorithms using
the BLAS/LAPACK API. As commons-math is starting to expand its linear algebra footprint, it
makes a lot of sense for these projects to combine.

The author of matrix-toolkits-java is happy to release all his code under an Apache licence.
The maintainer of matrix-toolkits-java (i.e. me!) is happy to direct all future users of matrix-toolkits-java
toward commons-math 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, netlib-java and commons-math which has been
well received on the developers' list, @see http://www.nabble.com/commons-math,-matrix-toolkits-java-and-consolidation-tt23537813.html

This depends on issue 270.

Matrix Toolkits for Java has functionality that is missing from commons-math, such as linear
solvers, sparse storage classes and efficient implementations of standard algorithms using
the BLAS/LAPACK API. As commons-math is starting to expand its linear algebra footprint, it
makes a lot of sense for these projects to combine.

The author of matrix-toolkits-java is happy to release all his code under an Apache licence.
The maintainer of matrix-toolkits-java (i.e. me!) is happy to direct all future users of matrix-toolkits-java
toward commons-math once the functionality is present. MTJ will then make a release with all
classes being marked @Deprecated.


> Take code from matrix-toolkits-java
> -----------------------------------
>
>                 Key: MATH-271
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MATH-271
>             Project: Commons Math
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>    Affects Versions: 2.1
>            Reporter: Sam Halliday
>
> This is part of the proposal to integrate MTJ, netlib-java and commons-math which has
been well received on the developers' list, @see http://www.nabble.com/commons-math,-matrix-toolkits-java-and-consolidation-tt23537813.html
> This depends on issue MATH-270.
> Matrix Toolkits for Java has functionality that is missing from commons-math, such as
linear solvers, sparse storage classes and efficient implementations of standard algorithms
using the BLAS/LAPACK API. As commons-math is starting to expand its linear algebra footprint,
it makes a lot of sense for these projects to combine.
> The author of matrix-toolkits-java is happy to release all his code under an Apache licence.
The maintainer of matrix-toolkits-java (i.e. me!) is happy to direct all future users of matrix-toolkits-java
toward commons-math once the functionality is present. MTJ will then make a release with all
classes being marked @Deprecated.

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