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Re: Octave C++ libs ported to Borland C++ for OS/2

From: niles
Subject: Re: Octave C++ libs ported to Borland C++ for OS/2
Date: Thu, 09 Nov 95 17:01:36 -0500

>: By the way, the LAPACK++ documentation includes graphs comparing the
>: numerical power of it with respect to the original Fortran Lapack.
>: They are both equal. Have you performed similar tests using Octave's
>: C++ codes and Octave's macro (interpreter) language?
>No, but I would expect the performance to be about the same as for the
>Fortran versions of the Lapack routines, since that is what Octave
>uses.  Of course, there is some added overhead in setting up the
>various classes, but that is not likely to be a big factor for medium
>to large scale problems.

Even though...have you considered moving to this LAPACK++ to try to
keep with c++.  I though I saw it as one of the goals was to try to
move toward C/C++ as long as there was no performance loss.

        Rick Niles.

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