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Re: Contributing a kron function

From: etienne grossmann
Subject: Re: Contributing a kron function
Date: Mon, 1 Nov 1999 08:28:28 +0000 (WET)


# > BTW, a better way to implement this might be to put the code for the
# > real and complex versions of kron in liboctave, then make your DLD
# > function a simple wrapper.  That way, the code would be useful from
# > other C++ code, not just from the Octave interpreter.  In other words,
# > people who already have Matrix objects would not have to do stuff like
# > this to use the new code:

# >   octave_value_list tmp_args;
# >   tmp_args(1) = b_mat;
# >   tmp_args(0) = a_mat;
# >   octave_value_list kron_result = feval ("kron", tmp_args);
# >   Matrix result = kron_result(0);

# > Instead, they could just use

# >   Matrix result = kron (a_mat, b_mat);

# > Wouldn't that be better?

#   Yes. Let's see if I can understand how the "liboctave" part of the
# source tree works (not right now, though). 

  this is just to say that I will probably not spend much time on
implementing a "kron" function in liboctave, in the near future. Are
you interested in a DLD implementation?


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