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  • ashleydean
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    Thanks for Itpp, it's good!

    Posted 06/19/2013
  • minahim
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    Before this library I had written drafty code for bit matrix and Hadamard transform! No other C++ has it to my knowledge.

    Posted 02/22/2013
  • kevinb79
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    Armadillo is faster for matrix operations and has more functionality, while providing a similar API to IT++. See arma.sourceforge.net

    Posted 10/03/2012
  • elliotedwards
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    Recomendo

    Posted 09/13/2012
  • oid-3858333
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    Thank you loads for the FastICA implementation! There is a small issue that would be nice to get fixed in the release, as there already is a patch available. (see IT++ bug 3527358 or bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=370475 )

    Posted 05/25/2012
  • nosbor2173
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    too complicated to set up. and seems like zero support. it would have been good to supply a base release that does not rely on other libs like fortran, fft, lapack etc, just a nice release that is all c++ would have been better. then if someone wants to have optimised libs like those mentioned they could have supplied them seprate from main release. great idea, but seems like most will just stick with octave, python, matlab. i managed to get it to configure and build and create a dynamic lib, but when used in xcode there are just tonnes of missing symbols. seems like support for mac is minimal.

    Posted 05/07/2011
  • korkmazturk
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    I can't thank enough

    Posted 02/08/2011