[IronPython] RE: Numpy port

Keith J. Farmer kfarmer at thuban.org
Sun Aug 28 07:04:52 CEST 2005

I think it'd be a good project.  Used properly, the CLR's already been
shown to have decent speed for numeric calculations (and C# has access
to pointers).  I was considering getting the OO Numerical Methods in
Java & Smalltalk book at some point, and porting the Java source to J#.
Python's got a fairly good following in the sciences.  I think having a
good port of a familiar numerics library would help bring in some
Keith J. Farmer // kfarmer at thuban.org
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Paul Barrett
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IronPython provides an excellent opportunity to design and implement a
multidimensional array module that uses OO language features for fast
and efficient code. Let me know if you would like me to elaborate on
this some more.

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