Re: octave and sparse matrices
On 19 August 2005 at 16:41, rick wrote:
| the last time i used octave-forge it already support the common eig function
| of matlab for finding all eigenvalues/vectors of a large matrix...
| unfortunately, the eigs matlab function is not yet on octave... this is when
| i started using again fortran... of course, i am still using octave..
Speaking as a former Octave maintainer here, I think sparse support is about
to be, or already, in the mainline Octave. My memory is a little fuzzy here
-- you may have to try the 2.9.* series from experimental, though, rather
than the current 2.1.* in unstable and testing.
CC'ed to Rafael who can expand on this.
| On 8/17/05, Claudio Belotti <email@example.com> wrote:
| > Hi all,
| > Octave support of sparse matrices was one of the issue raised during
| > Helen's conference.
| > I just want to point you to octave-forge sparse matrix implementation:
| > http://octave.sourceforge.net/index/sparse.html
| > I use octave every day but *I'm not really a sparse matrix user in
| > octave or in matlab* so I'm not sure whether not-implemented functions
| > are important or not
| > ciao
| > Claudio
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