Fwd: Re: Jama .vs. Colt ?
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Subject: Re: Jama .vs. Colt ?
Thanks a lot for your answer.
As you probably saw, Colt is based on a number of works. There's also an
incipient 'Parallel Colt' implementation which takes advantage of multi-core
cpus. You can find some links at
On Sunday 17 February 2008 20:09:28 Cleve Moler wrote:
> Hi --
> As far as I know, none of the original developers of Jama, including me,
> are actively working on the package today. Execution speed was not an
> important design goal for Jama. At the time, Java speed was so much
> slower than Fortran, C, or machine optimized BLAS, that we had no
> intention of competing in that arena.
> I was not aware of Colt until your post. Thanks for bringing it to my
> attention. According to
> Colt borrows many algorithmic ideas from Jama, but pays more attention
> to performance. Because of that, I expect Colt is faster than Jama, but
> I don't know of any quantitative results.
> -- Cleve Moler
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> Subject: Jama .vs. Colt ?
> I'd like to know what's the current status of Jama regarding:
> * bug fixes;
> * support on JDK6
> * performance on JDK6
> How do you compare Jama and Colt?
> Any advantage on using Jama over the version embedded in Colt?
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