[Numpy-discussion] Quaternion type @ rosettacode.org
paul.leopardi at anu.edu.au
Thu Jan 2 16:16:53 EST 2014
On Thu, 2 Jan 2014 12:29:42 David Goldsmith wrote:
> Anyone here use/have an opinion about the Quaternion type @
> tions#Python>? Or have an opinion about it having derived the type from
> collections.namedtuple? Anyone have an open-source, numpy-based
> alternative? Ditto last question for Octonion and/or general n-basis
> Grassmann (exterior) and/or Clifford Algebras? (rosettacode appears to
> have none of these). Thanks!
Not Numpy based, but:
GluCat http://sourceforge.net/projects/glucat/ is an open source C++ library for
calculations in Clifford algebras, based on the C++ Standard Library and Boost
uBLAS. It also includes PyClical, a Python extension module coded in Cython. The
PyClical tutorials and demos at
give you an idea of how PyClical can be used with Numpy, SciPy and the rest of
Python. See also http://sourceforge.net/p/glucat/git/ci/master/tree/README
If you have compilation problems, try the release_0_7_1-patches branch:
I am always open to feedback and criticism of this code.
All the best, Paul
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