[SciPy-dev] Sparse cholesky from the TAUCS library.
Tue Jun 24 22:06:08 CDT 2008
On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 21:45, Viral Shah
> I was wondering if anyone has plugged in TAUCS into scipy.
> It includes a sparse direct solver that can give us Cholesky. It also
> has incomplete factorizations and conjugate gradient. The sparse
> direct solver is used in Mathematica.
> I believe the license also meets the requirements - but I could be
Some of its dependencies may be problematic. For example, from
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I'm not sure how much these files are required.
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