[Beowulf] LAPACK C/C++ wrappers

Ivan Marin ispmarin at gmail.com
Sun Nov 21 23:55:02 EST 2010


I'm interested also in the bindings for C++ and LAPACK/ScaLAPACK. I
did some tests in the past for simple stuff, and worked, but very
simple linear system solvers.

Ivan Marin

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2010/11/17 Peter St. John <peter.st.john at gmail.com>:
> I'm going to dabble a bit with writing some C/C++ with a linear algebra
> library. My fortran is rusty (although I did some work translating fortran
> to C in this millennium :-).
> The wiki suggests: LAPACK++, clapack, and Armadillo. Would this choice have
> any real bearing on compiling against MPI later?
> Just if anyone is happy with any combination (LAPACK++ and OpenMPI, say) I'd
> be glad to hear it.
>
> I just installed (k)ubuntu, which seems fine for my purposes so far. I do
> miss fvwm, and the default "single click to invoke an application" is
> totally nuts but I fixed it.
> Thanks,
> Peter
>
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