[Numpy-discussion] performance matrix multiplication vs. matlab
Thu Jan 7 11:47:25 CST 2010
> Sturla Molden wrote:
>> I would suggest using GotoBLAS instead of ATLAS.
> That does look promising -- nay idea what the license is? They don't
> make it clear on the site
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