[Numpy-discussion] Matrix Class [was numpy release]
Mon Apr 28 16:44:11 CDT 2008
On Apr 24, 2008, at 8:52 PM, Bill Spotz wrote:
> On Apr 24, 2008, at 5:45 PM, Timothy Hochberg wrote:
>> Bill Spotz wrote:
>> > I have generally thought about this in the context of, say, a
>> > Krylov-space iterative method, and what that type of interface
>> > lead to the most readable code.
>> Can you whip up a small example, starting with the current
> This sounds like work. ;-)
> I'll shoot for putting something together this weekend. I think Tim
> is right; we've been talking around in circles, and we need
> something concrete.
I have posted my example (using the current interface) at http://www.scipy.org/ConjugateGradientExample
. I have also added a link to it from Alan's http://www.scipy.org/MatrixIndexing
so that they will be somewhat connected.
It is just one example, and provides one small area where the vector
classes would be useful. I hope others will post similar examples, so
that the design discussion can address concrete, agreed-upon situations.
Note that I started using "row_vector" and "col_vector" as the class
names in my discussion. No reason to re-introduce camel-case to
numpy, and I think "col" is a universally recognized abbreviation for
"column" and I like the symmetry of the three-letter "row_" and "col_"
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