Re: Further development (was: Re: Maturity of Jama)
On Mon, 7 Oct 2002, Ray Conner wrote:
> I'm qouting from a previous message since I wasn't on the list at the
> >> And ist future: are you going to add new features, correct found
> >> bugs, or the project is rather dead?
> >> Regads,
> >> Piotr Serwa
> > No further development of JAMA is contemplated at this time. What
> > is there is stable. There are no know bugs. If you find what you
> > need, then please use it. But it is not a complete math library and
> > there are no plans to make it one.
> > -- Cleve Moler
> > email@example.com
> Was development stopped because there is another, widely accepted,
> Java linear algebra package available? Or, is there at least one in
> The reason I ask is that I think that the high-level design could have
> been better. I'm not talking about any of the code that actually
> performs calculations, but the general Matrix class itself. I'm
> looking at this from a Java OO design perspective, rather than from
> that of a numerical analyst (something about which I know relatively
> So, if there is other development going on in this area that is likely
> to become a standard, I would like to have some input into it.
> Thanks for the work you put into JAMA,
> Ray A. Conner
especially the link to "Jampack".
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