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famous flops...

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: famous flops...
Date: Wed, 31 May 2000 17:43:38 -0500 (CDT)

On 31-May-2000, on the octave-sources mailing list, Fotis Georgatos
<address@hidden> wrote:

| FYI,
| exactly one year ago, I had to pass a course of Scientific Computing,
| and slightly patched Octave to count Matlab-like flops,
| but never reached ...full combatibility; don't ask me what flops mean.
| I passed that course, graduated, and haven't been with much time since.
| So, if someone wants to receive the code to maintain, publish or,
| do something useful with it, please just let me know.

It's fine if someone wants to maintain it, but it is unlikely to ever
be a part of the `official' Octave distributions.

The next major release of Matlab will probably not support flops
either.  It was discussed in comp.soft-sys.matlab.  For example, take
a look at[ST_rn=ps]/getdoc.xp?AN=592678096&CONTEXT=959812660.827719751&hitnum=18

I'm copying this to the help-octave mailing list instead of
octave-sources, since help-octave is for discussion and octave-sources
is meant for posting actual source code.



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